It depends. A vice president in your corporation (or LLC) is tasked with acting on behalf of the CEO or President of the entity. This could come in handy if you, presumably being the CEO, aren’t available to sign a particular emergent contract. In your absence, the VP would act on your behalf with all corporate authority. So for continuity of operations, it does help. But be sure it’s someone you trust, since third parties aren’t generally responsible for making sure that the person acting on behalf of the LLC or the corporation is authorized, unless that third party has reason to understand otherwise.