Parent Process Reference Framework: ITIL 4
Service Value Stream Activities
Highly impacted Service Value System(SVS) Activities:
- Design and Transition
- Deliver and support
The purpose of the supplier management practice is to ensure that the organization’s suppliers and their performances are managed appropriately to support the seamless provision of quality products and services. This includes creating closer, more collaborative relationships with key suppliers to uncover and realize new value and reduce the risk of failure
Activities that are central to the practice include:
- Creating a single point of visibility and control to ensure consistency This should be across all products, services, service components, and procedures provided or operated by internal and external suppliers, including customers acting as suppliers.
- Maintaining a supplier strategy, policy, and contract management information
- Negotiating and agreeing contracts and arrangements Agreements need to be aligned with business needs and service targets. Contracts with external suppliers might need to be negotiated or agreed through the legal, procurement, commercial, or contracts functions of the organization. For an internal supplier there will need to be an internal agreement.
- Managing relationships and contracts with internal and external suppliers This should be done when planning, designing, building, orchestrating, transitioning, and operating products and services, working closely with procurement and performance management.
- Managing supplier performance Supplier performance should be monitored to ensure that they meet the terms, conditions, and targets of their contracts and agreements, while aiming to increase the value for money obtained from suppliers and the products/services they provide.
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