Supplier Verification Audits - Making sure that the suppliers are Legit!
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“Your company is the company it keeps.” – Jeff Jarvis
Selecting the right vendors for your business can be one of the most challenging tasks in the world. But once you find the right supplier your business runs smoothly and grows in leaps and bounds. Thus, it is extremely important for you to carry out a supplier verification audit before finalizing the supplier. But first, let’s find out what a supplier verification audit is.
What is Supplier Verification Audit?
Supplier Verification audits is a specially designed audit that checks your potential suppliers against certain internationally recognized standards. The suppliers who pass the supplier audit are vendors who are working according to the highest industry standards. Subsequently, successful factory audits ensure that the vendors are able to provide a continuous supply of high-quality materials and services throughout the term of your partnership.
Supplier verification audits also cover all the legal, operational and functional aspects of a vendor. This, in turn, gives you peace of mind while doing business with these vendors.
Why are Supplier Verification Audits Important?
We are sure you will not want to end up in trouble for hiring a fake vendor or a vendor that was operating illegally?
That is what makes the supplier audits so important. One little mistake and you might end up in huge trouble.
Realizing the importance of supplier audits, Tetra Inspection professionals give you a clear picture of the status and work ethics of your intended supplier. Further, here are a few benefits that you will enjoy because of supplier verification audits:
How Supplier Verification Audits are carried out?
A team of highly-trained auditors is selected for the Factory audits. These audits are conducted on the vendor’s site and check their facilities for multiple factors including: