Rule #7 When Submitting Vendor Documents

Reporting, reporting, reporting. You must maintain a complete history of every submission, version, and status. This should be available for your customer, in case there is ever a discrepancy. Only 1 rule left! Tune in later this week for our final recommendation when...

Rule #6 When Submitting Vendor Documents

Every submitted file should include meta data ensuring it is unique. This can be done by including the document, revision and submission numbers. Could be embedded in the meta data. More simply – it can be put in the file name. This simplifies the uploading of the...

Rule #5 When Submitting Vendor Documents

Once a link has been established between two document systems, it must be recorded, and included on every subsequent exchange. This generally takes the form of document numbers being assigned in both your and the customers systems. If your customer gives you a...

Rule #4 When Submitting Vendor Documents

Upfront, or on initial submission, you must provide the relationship between your document number, the customers requirements, and the purchased equipment In vendor documentation, this correlates to a document code (provided by your customer), and the tag number of...