Steps to explain supplier, Accounting Basics

What are steps to explain supplier?

Ans) Supplier should follow the check list.

1 He should make confidence in the client mind

2 Services to be completed (fulfilled in time)

3 Services to be completed according the specification of the client

4 He should be placed the another order by doing the above 3 steps

 

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