In maintaining a good vendor management system, the companies are responsible for search and source for good vendors. With this, they can get better quotes with pricing, know their vendors’ capabilities, understand their turnaround times, and quality of work, ability to negotiate contracts, manage relationships, assign jobs, evaluate performance, and make sure payments are made. Vendor management activities require a lot of skills, resources, risk management, time, and sorting and selecting activities of key vendors to boost their profits. Companies can work together with vendors in establishing an effective system for dealing with them which will eventually help to improve the bottom line. Besides that, constant auditing and check-up of vendors can prevent entering into financially weak vendor relationships.