Venminder: What to Do If Your Software Vendor Gets Acquired
There’s a lot to consider when you enter a vendor relationship. Even after you’ve completed your due diligence and selected a vendor, the ongoing monitoring duties should be designed to keep you well informed of your vendor’s actions.
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