ERP Infrastructure
Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Management

Inventory……….properly managed is a profitable liquid asset, and un-managed is a liability with high depreciation. Purchasing process needs to verify stocks as ordering existing items in stock creates loss, and absence of item in stock further adds to loss. Customers are demanding higher quality, best price and reduced delivery time. This demands for reduced dock-to-stock and stock-to-stores time. The legacy approach of processing, locating, purchasing and delivering of stock-items are time consuming and involve redundancy in paper work, delay due to approval and re-shipping to customers. Incidents occur when approval and authorisation prove to be bottleneck and the paper work over shadows the value of items, and the consequent delay….fatal.

can streamline the business processes to help meet customer demand faster, decrease time to market and increase flexibility to reflect market trends.

  • The inventory is minimised and movement optimised for better efficiency.

  • Supplier relationship is consolidated to reflect nature of product, total volume of supply, payments and delivery mode.

  • Requisition and purchase orders are routed and approved faster reducing inefficiency of manual processing and procuring cycle.

  • Data analyses provide ability to track and monitor individuals supplier performance on quality, pricing and delivery.

  • Automated re-ordering of items for inventory and outstanding sales orders based on threshold value setting to maintain adequate inventory level.

  • Inventory on hand is compared with assigned re-order to minimise redundancy in stocks.

  • Drop shipment option helps deliver directly form suppliers to the customer thus reducing cost and time.

  • Visibility of total procurement spending results in a better-informed decision-making, and better-controlled and managed supply chain.

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