Value chain technologies that deliver results
Technology should multiply your efforts, not limit them.
In today’s highly competitive marketplace, it’s imperative for businesses to innovate new ways to streamline their value/supply chain and optimize productivity. With the growing amount of data and integrated technologies, companies can have a greater glimpse into the future… if they use it correctly. With the aid of modern SaaS technologies, you can create better visibility within your processes, which will enable you to have more control over your business and stay ahead of the competition.
At Rootloud, we look for technologies that can help to simplify your value/supply chain management, which will enable your business to operate more efficiently, give you more visibility and control over your inventory, and help to reduce your operational costs. Additionally, through a more stable and efficient supply chain, you can greatly enhance customer satisfaction and retention. Here are tools we have selected that we determined filled gaps in ERP solutions and gave greater clarity to the decision-makers in your supply chain.
Built by procurement professionals, Marketdojo’s solutions allow the streamlining of procurement to obtain real value and mitigate risk. This is achieved through easy to use, yet capable eSourcing, contract management, and supplier engagement applications available on-demand or with enterprise licensing.
Providing real-time data from inventories and CRM projections, procurement can ensure raw materials, contractors, and inventory levels are at the needed levels to meet the customer’s needs.
Vroozi builds modern and user-friendly procurement and accounts payable technology. Their automation is designed to remove operational headaches, increase efficiency, and performance.
Automating how you buy, pay, and manage vendor invoices enables sales and operations planning to be more agile to the needs of the organization. With Vroozi’s intuitive design, teams have more clarity and demand visibility.
The scale, scope and depth of data supply chain technology applications are generating today is accelerating, providing ample data sets to drive contextual intelligence. Plotting data sources by variety, volume and velocity by the relative level of structured/unstructured data, it’s clear that the majority of supply chain data is generated outside an enterprise. Forward-thinking organizations are looking at big data as a catalyst for greater collaboration.
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