At CCS IT Solutions, we understand that transferring vendors can be difficult, so we make certain that this procedure runs as smoothly as feasible. Our team will determine any kind of key problems, and an in-depth plan for the transfer of services and responsibilities to CCSIT Solutions.  Some of the key areas we focus on include:

  • Key users
  • About your business
  • Your infrastructure
  • Third-party contacts
  • Software used
  • Existing network issues

Why is IT Supplier Onboarding so important?

IT supplier onboarding is the procedure of accumulating the documentation as well as information needed to set up an IT support company as an authorised supplier or supplier and to allow your organisation to successfully perform in the marketplace, purchase software and core IT services, and making payments to that supplier.

IT supplier onboarding also needs validation and vetting to guarantee the potential IT supplier is certified with legislation, policies, Information Security as well as your corporate requirements. Supplier onboarding is the backbone of efficient supply base administration programs, yet firms commonly find themselves in responsive positions, incapable to successfully and proactively take advantage of workable supplier information.

It’s worth noting that it’s not only your biggest suppliers that matter. If any suppliers don’t fully get involved in the onboarding stage it’s difficult to increase your efficiency, reduce costs, capture discounts, and get a high ROI, in the long term.

Organisations can avoid much of the worries that occur downstream or occur as a result of poor supplier governance during a supplier lifecycle. Given that supplier onboarding can be a highly complex procedure, it is vital to capture all supplier requirements in advance to efficiently plan and integrate systems as well as drive various other calculated supplier procedures such as:

  • Strategic sourcing
  • Procurement
  • Accounts payable
  • Risk management
  • Supplier performance
  • Compliance with global and local standards and legislation

When you’re placing a supplier onboarding process in place, there are important points you must consist of as part of this procedure in order to get rid of any supplier onboarding obstacles that could risk hindering the entire process. These main areas consist of:

  • Establishing approval plans to make it less complicated for your purchase team to comprehend what is and isn’t needed when onboarding a supplier
  • Making it clear what your expectations are for the working processes are with the supplier
  • Establishing a communication plan or portal to make the process as straightforward as possible
  • Getting an understanding of who your main providers are (e.g. those that have the greatest amount of spend associated and have the greatest amount of value to your organisation).
  • Having effective lines of communication between your procurement group and other third parties.