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The common contract vertical marketing system is a contract between a business and an employee, typically for a specific project.
This contract can have a lot of different forms, from the simple “I will do X” to the more complex “I will do X this week and you need to pay me for it.” In many cases these contracts can be mutually beneficial, since a business can use the employee as an employee as a means of getting more business. This is especially true in the health care industry, where doctors are generally paid a salary for their services.
The typical contractual vertical marketing system is one where a business signs a contract with an employee that specifies what the employee must perform for that particular customer. This creates a reciprocal relationship where the employee must work for the company for a set amount of time (although an employee can sometimes opt out of this relationship, or even switch job to a different company altogether).
It’s an interesting relationship where both the customer and the company are in charge of it. We can see in the health care industry that there is a big emphasis on quality. The doctors are trained to deliver the best possible care to the customer and that’s where the relationship with the customer starts. If the doctor is “below par” then the customer will always ask why and it will become a problem.
The same thing we see in the healthcare industry is also true for the construction industry. Customers want to feel like they are being taken care of. They want to know that the contractor is doing their job and will be there for them in time of need. When this doesn’t happen, customers will ask if the contractor can be there in the middle of a catastrophic situation.
So what is the solution to this problem? It has to be a contract that clearly states who is responsible for what kind of work, and who is not responsible for what kind of work. The contract should be as simple and as clear as possible. That way the customer is not tempted to question everything they see, and the contractor will be able to focus on what they are actually doing and not on any of the questions they have.
Vertical marketing systems (VMCS) are typically used for the purpose of avoiding or mitigating the effects of a contract change. An example of this would be a change where a buyer decides to go with a different company. The contract may have always stated who was responsible for what kind of work. To get around this, a contractor will typically create a contract that is completely different. It could be using the same form, but with a different signature or using something different.