Measurement of Suppliers, monitoring, and reporting the collected information in detail is crucial in measuring the new supplier's performance, current suppliers' performance against the company, and the health of the supplier's guide.
On the supplier basis, an evaluation report (Erdal, October 2011), such as the following example, can have detailed and general information about the supplier in the guide.
The cover page of the above assessment should also include a summary report of the relevant purchasing specialist and the manager covering the topics (it is necessary to make the evaluation sound).
Suppliers should be classified according to the sub-total score resulting from the performance evaluations, as in the following example;
By sharing the summary results of these reports with the suppliers, the supplier, aware that it is constantly assessed and monitored, will be able to regulate itself considerably and be encouraged to work better.
Supplier performance evaluations should be made over the ERP system and presented to the top management for approval.
The central quality group should determine all evaluation criteria, and no changes should be made on a project basis.
Intake should be taken to ensure that most purchases are made from preferential suppliers, as this will provide many advantages for the firm.
Erdal, M. (2011 October). Satınalma ve Tedarik Zinciri Yönetimi (2. Baskı). İstanbul, Türkiye: Beta Basım A.Ş.
April 19, 2016 - Istanbul