As the global economy tries to move beyond the pandemic, supply chain issues are popping up everywhere. All someone has to do is take a look at what’s happening off the coast of California, where nearly 100 container ships are backed up as they wait to unload their cargo.
With supply chains breaking down, organizations are increasingly forced to look to alternative suppliers to keep their operations humming along.
Unfortunately, switching suppliers is often hard and risky. In fact, when organizations don’t have the right tools and processes in place, switching suppliers can actually put them in a worse position than they were before.
For that reason, it is critical for organizations to do everything they can to accelerate the supplier onboarding process and ensure relationships with new suppliers start off on the right foot out of the gate. Here’s how to make sure that happens.