Supply Chain Management (SCM)
Supply Chain Management
SME Journal Supply Chain Management (SCM) is a full suite of enterprise application capabilities—including purchase management, sourcing and procurement, inventory management, advanced material management, shipping and receiving, and warehouse management—and is complemented by forecasting, order management, and analytics capabilities.
A highly effective supply chain is critical to the success of your strategic growth initiatives. Top-performing manufacturers are empowering supply chain processes with innovative technology that is best-fit for unique operational needs, easy to use, and informed by industry best practices.
SME Journal provides effective coordination from initial raw materials to the ultimate delivery of the finished product, transforming your supply chain into a results-driven value chain.
Seamless Sharing of Information
Automated flow of information across the supply chain, preventing fragment information that leads to sales loss.
Reduced Overhead Costs
More accurate demand predictions to reduce the overhead costs associated with storing slow-moving inventory.
Improved Quality Control
Get greater control over suppliers and provides more time for complaint, resolution, and findings for quality assessment.
Improved Risk Mitigation
Analyze granular supply chain data to reveal potential risks for the company to be ready.
Higher Efficiency Rate
Real-time data on the availability of materials and manufacturing delays to allow the company to implement backup plans.
Improved Cash Flow
Predict and respond to market and demand changes and reduce supply chain disruptions accurately.
Helps in identifying the most efficient shipping methods for small parcels, large bulk orders and other shipping scenarios.
Keeping Up With Demand
Access to accurate information and integrated data to predict demand better and readily respond to changing market conditions.
Order management begins when an order is placed and ends when it is received. Whether it be items or service. It contains the lifecycle of an order digitally. This includes the broadloom integration of ording from multiple channels using inventory databases. More features would be the data collection, order processing, and more. Real-time visibility of the order lifecycle starting from ordering, making sure that the orders are organized and not lost or delayed, until the process of receiving the said orders.
Provides visibility into the everyday transportation operations, trade compliance information and documentation of the company. It ensures the timely delivery of goods. Streamlines the shipping process and make it easier for businesses to manage and optimize their transportation operations. This would automate the processes regarding transportation for a more efficient and faster way of operations. It imports the security in transit of the goods, tracks freight, and optimizes import and exchange compliance.
Important to companies when it comes to the final decision on purchasing. Provides the company with a value that they can use to procure the goods they need. This would include the receipt and the approval of payment, and the processing of demand. Using our software will allow the company's worker to request for purchases more conveniently. This will also make the approval process easier all throughout.
Inventory is the products or materials that the company offers to its customers. These are the materials brought to the warehouse of the company, the materials that are in the company's warehouse until they are ready to be shipped or moved, and the finished goods ready to be pulled for orders. It facilitates the balancing of the supply and demand. Tracking inventory is essential for companies.