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The World’s Leading, Most Deployed Cloud ERP Solution

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Take control of your supply chain with real-time visibility of items from supplier through production to the end customer. NetSuite procurement functionality allows users to manage vendor relationships and automate purchases.

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Make faster supply chain planning decisions with Netstock.

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Netstock's cloud-based solutions enable businesses to be agile, responsive, and profitable. Each solution integrates with leading ERPs and leverages enhanced analytics so you can quickly respond to market change and make the best supply chain planning decisions for your business.

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One-Click Logistics - Easy TMS software for shippers.

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FreightPOP’s supply chain software helps you manage your supply chain from start to finish. From rate shopping all the way through executive reporting, streamline your shipping operations by integrating your existing ERP, WMS, etc. and available data.

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1 EDI Source


Complete EDI Software Solutions and Expert In-House Support

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EDI HQ provides superior EDI translation, advanced data management, and data mapping to help organizations manage important business relationships. EDI HQ supports ecommerce and automation for all your ERP and trading partner needs.

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Magaya Supply Chain


End-to-End Logistics and Supply Chain Automation Platform

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Manage and automate your entire logistics, supply chain, and warehouse operations from order acquisition to product destination, all within a single platform.

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Easy WMS


Logistic software created by warehousing experts

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Easy WMS is a warehouse management solution that helps e-commerce manufacturers, distributors, and third-party logistics businesses automate the entire supply chain lifecycle, from order management to shipping. It enables users to generate reports on business performance using actionable analytics.

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Scalable medical inventory management solution

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Envi by Inventory Optimization Solutions (IOS) is a healthcare inventory management solution for hospitals, urgent care clinics, ambulatory surgery centers, and physician groups. The modular software includes approval workflows, purchasing, requisitioning, electronic invoice matching, and more.

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Transportation management tool to optimize order lifecycle

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The MPO TMS+ goes beyond transport, with real-time supply chain visibility and continuous optimization over order planning and execution in one single-view platform. Orchestrate and continuously optimize across all modes, regions, parties, and across the the full order lifecycle.

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AI/ML Powered eProcurement Solution

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iQuantum’s Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) solution drives collaboration with your suppliers to reap improved value, minimize your organization’s procurement costs, optimize procurement savings, improve the supplier experience.

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All-In-One Procurement Software For SMBs and Enterprises

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Precoro helps SMBs and Enterprises automate their supply chain management. Budget, request, approve, purchase, track inventory, manage suppliers and report — all in one procurement software. Precoro offers a broad range of features, including integrations with NetSuite and Quickbooks.

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AI-enhanced, commercial document process automation

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The Conexiom platform delivers industry-leading automation rates for processing Sales Orders, Invoices and Vendor Order Acknowledgments to minimize manual data entry and avoid the high cost of errors.

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Record, credential & compliance management

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OurRecords is a record and credentialing management solution that allows businesses to manage the compliance of their business partners, vendors or workforce

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Cloud ERP made with manufacturers, for manufacturers.

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Kinetic is cloud ERP with SCM that helps optimize your supply chain to withstand disruptions. Made with manufacturers, for manufacturers. Trust Epicor know-how to accelerate growth and maximize innovation and profitability. This is the future-focused face of manufacturing.

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Freight procurement platform and analytics software solution

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OTS is a cloud-based software solution that uses automation technology to improve freight procurement operations. It helps manufacturers, distributors, and retailers source compliant carriers at the market rate. Users can manage budgets and delivery, as well as balance truckload costs with services.

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Materials tracking construction management software

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Matrak is a construction material and progress tracking software.

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Fuse Inventory


Inventory Planning for the Digital Age

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Fuse Inventory is a software solution for demand planning, supply chain management, and inventory analytics.

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Transportation Management and Dock Scheduling Software

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Easy-to-use cloud-based Transportation Management Software designed to streamline the entire logistics process including communications between cargo senders and carriers.

Among features:
? Status tracking,
? Warehouse loading/unloading management,
? Performance indicators, and
? KPI reports.

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Powerful, Scalable, Connectable and Accessible TMS by Design

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Shipwell provides TMS solutions that are intuitive, affordable, and value-generating for all sizes of shippers

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Supply chain planning solution for managing inventory

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StockIQ is a supply chain management (SCM) solution that helps businesses in manufacturing, logistics, healthcare & other industries manage suppliers, inventory, promotions, and more. The system enables forecasting of upcoming events using predictive analytics to ensure stock availability.

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Tecsys Elite


Integrated supply chain management platform

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Tecsys Elite™ provides inventory visibility and control features for enterprise supply chains and high-volume markets with complex distribution operations.

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Tecsys Omni WMS


Supply chain management software

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Omni WMS is a scalable cloud-native SaaS warehouse management system designed for modern e-commerce fulfillment. It streamlines the reception, logging, storing, picking and packing of inventory in a single location or across multiple distribution centers for micro-fulfillment.

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Transportation Management Platform for Mid-large Fleets

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PCS provides all-in-one, cloud-based enterprise supply chain software to help mid-large fleets manage assets, costs, dispatch, accounting, safety, compliance and more. The platform's built-in fuel management system tracks fuel revenue, optimizes consumption, and reduces carbon footprint. 

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Full Suite of Integrated Business Apps

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Use Odoo to synchronize operations between different companies or warehouses. Create sales orders, share customers, suppliers and products and manage invoices for all companies at the same time. You can save even more time by automating the invoicing process between all the company.

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LIVE Connect


Uniting. Empowering. Revolutionizing supply chain logistics.

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As North America's leading provider of live carrier and API connectivity for over-the-road (OTR) transportation and freight management, Banyan Technology's LIVE Connect platform provides real-time intel, actionable insights, and instant access to information.

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NewgenONE Digital Transformation Platform


NewgenONE Low Code Digital Transformation Platform

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A unified, cloud-based, low-code platform for automating end-to-end processes and comprehensively managing content and communications, backed by AI-based cognitive capabilities and a robust integration ecosystem.

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Supply Chain Management

What is supply chain management?

According to Gartner, supply chain management (SCM) is a “strategy to improve shareholder and customer value by optimizing the flow of products, services, and related information from source to customer/consumer." SCM includes the processes involved in fulfilling market demand for goods and services and spans from suppliers to customers.

As businesses spread their sourcing and customer base around the world, managing supply chains has become increasingly difficult. The complexity of these supply chains stem, in part, from a reliance on third-party services and the need for production partners to deliver products on time.

Managers also face changes in legislation, increased consumer demand for immediacy, commodity pricing fluctuations, and large volumes of data. SCM software helps companies manage all these complicated factors while improving visibility for their clients and operational efficiency. 

What are the different types of SCM software?

Supply chain management can encompass processes from planning and inventory optimization to shipping and procurement. In broad terms, SCM software can fall into one of these three categories:

  • Supply chain planning: Planning applications usually encompass decisions related to the structure of the supply chain and how to optimize resource allocation.

  • Supply chain execution: Manages the processes that lead to the completion of plans, including taking and documenting orders, managing inventory, and delivering goods to customers. 

  • Procurement: Manages terms of procurement at the transactional level and in some cases, the enterprise expense level.

What are some common features of SCM software?

  • Supplier management: Monitor supplier performance through tracked key performance indicators (KPIs) and audit trails and assess supplier risk and regulatory compliance.

  • Inventory management: Track, order, store, and consume inventory, including raw materials, components, and finished products. Using several communication channels, such as web portals and email, help to increase visibility amongst business partners. Buyers have the ability to automate inventory reports and suppliers can respond to shipment notifications and invoices.

Inventory management

Odoo's inventory overview dashboard

  • Warehouse management: Control warehouse operations throughout the storage lifecycle. This feature often includes shipment notifications, as well as tracking, picking, and putaway using auto identification and data capture (AIDC) and radio-frequency identification (RFID).

  • Demand planning: Use historical insights and simulations to forecast customer demand. This feature can improve accuracy of forecasts and provide data to your business in real time. It also allows users to explore hypothetical scenarios and filter by information needed.

  • Procurement: Carry out purchase orders and maintain the financial side of supplier/customer relationships, as well as handle reporting and any compliance issues. This feature often includes electronic distribution of purchasing terms and an automated expense log for quick reference.


Procurement budget tracking with Precoro

Transportation management: Guides and tracks the movement of materials to and from the warehouse. Deliveries are monitored via Satcom or other devices.

  • Order fulfillment: Input, organize, track, and fulfill purchase requests. Users may also track unpaid orders through revenue recognition processes. This feature helps supply chain managers decrease lead times and make the quote-to-cash process seamless.

Order fulfillment

Cin7's order fulfillment dashboard

What are the deployment options for SCM software?

These are the deployment options for deploying supply chain management software in your business:

Cloud-based: This type of software allows users to access their contracts remotely from various devices and locations as the data is stored in the cloud. This is a growing market within SCM, but is quickly becoming predominant.

On-premise: This software type is deployed on computers within the premise of the organization. Therefore, as data is collected and generated by this type of software, it can only be accessed using local computers.

GetApp's website emphasizes cloud-based deployment, because tools deployed via this method typically involve lower up-front costs, faster implementation, and automatic updates; they also better support remote use, scale more easily, and minimize the need for IT staff.

  • Digitization: Digital businesses tend to be more complex and change quickly, and this trend has made it difficult for traditional supply chain strategies to keep pace. This trend refers not just to an increase in online purchases, which has meant many products go to a warehouse and then to a consumer instead of being delivered to a store first. As communication between businesses, people, and physical assets is digitized, supply chain software will have to respond to the demands these changes generate.

  • Artificial intelligence (AI): Many organizations seek to improve efficiency and reduce costs with AI. According to Gartner's Supply Chain Technology User Wants and Needs Survey, 74% of organizations have demonstrated AI-use cases (full report available to clients). AI-enabled solutions can automate processes all along the supply chain, including production planning, demand forecasting, and enhanced decision-making which improves product quality and shortens production cycles.

  • Internet of Things (IoT): According to the Supply Chain Technology User Wants and Needs Survey, 63% of organizations are running IoT initiatives or use cases. Initial applications of IoT have been within customer service, asset maintenance, and remote monitoring. The most frequent adopters of this have been businesses in the retail space, consumer packaged goods (CPG), and automotive spaces. IoT is also now proving to have functional applications in inventory tracking, cargo security, and prescriptive and predictive maintenance.

  • Advanced analytics: 66% of organizations that participated in the Gartner survey stated that they are actively using or exploring advanced analytics capabilities. Given the increasing complexity of supply chains, businesses are looking to leverage data from the entire supply chain to derive actionable insights to improve end-to-end management.

  • Eco-friendly logistics: Consumers are increasingly expecting a low carbon footprint from their purchases, and the supply chain offers plenty of opportunity for improvement. Supply chain managers have found themselves making decisions with the environment in mind, such as cutting fuel usage by sourcing products based on proximity, decentralizing warehousing, and re-thinking packaging. 

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Note: The applications selected in this article are examples to show a feature in context and are not intended as endorsements or recommendations. They are obtained from sources believed to be reliable at the time of publication.