The New Normal
One of the unintended consequences of the export of US manufacturing jobs is the rise of global supply chains. Suppliers used to cluster around customers, creating a manufacturing center. Due to rising price competition, global supply chains have led to longer lead times, translating into reduced flexibility to meet changing customer needs.
To learn about an order, you have to send an email to a supplier who speaks a different language, is located halfway around the globe from you, and operates in a different time zone.The barriers are distance, time zone, language, and incompatible technology. In order to reap any cost savings, you have to mitigate higher transaction costs.
What type of supply chain visibility do you have now compared to days past? What can you do in this New Normal to keep commitments with your customers?
Supply Chain Manager: The ERP for Global Supply Chains
Supply Chain Manager is an innovative and revolutionary Cloud solution for modern and complex Supply Chains. Get out of your silo and be connected to get the job done right. Supply Chain Manager can help you do it.
Avoid stock-outs. Communicate early and often to meet your commitments. Gain more ways to stay informed and update your status. Supply Chain Manager’s integration capabilities provide the missing link for today's enterprise -- supply chain visibility.
Supply Chain Manager integrates with your smaller and larger supply chain partners.
Smaller partners without ERP can use Supply Chain Manager for their Order Management, while your larger supply chain partners can use their own ERP data to integrate.
Integration with your logistics providers offers near real-time information on your shipments.
Automate your order process to avoid errors, save time, and save money.
Supply Chain Economics
Q: Do you know what your true Supply Chain costs are?
A: An enterprise's total supply chain costs include three elements: Direct, Transaction, and Opportunity costs.
Direct Costs: Product, Shipping, Insurance, Customs, and Warranty costs.
Transaction Costs: 3rd Party Transaction Fees, IT Support Staff, Hardware, Software Licensing, and Annual Maintenance Fees.
Opportunity Costs: Inventory Turns, Supply Chain Visibility, Operational Efficiency, Business Agility, Customer Shipment Delays, and Brand Image.
Reduce Your Supply Chain Costs with Supply Chain Manager
Supply Chain Manager will lower your Transaction and Opportunity costs by eliminating 3rd party transaction fees and the need for specialized software. Instead, you'll gain supply chain visibility, helping to improve inventory turns and minimize customer shipment delays, enhancing your brand image.
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