WEBINAR: Digitising supplier processes

What’s involved and how your business can benefit

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These days maintaining good supplier relationships is dependent on the quality and efficiency of your business’s data processes. In particular, managed EDI solutions and the ability to onboard partners quickly and easily via web-based EDI platforms have changed the game for supply chain businesses lacking significant in-house EDI resources.

In addition to the standard advantages of EDI implementation, such as accurate data forecasting, elimination of manual errors and reduced data costs, modern B2B integration solutions can also help to transform supplier relationship management (SRM). Unfortunately, however, many IT and supply chain decision makers are unaware of both the rewards of implementing effective SRM and the ease with which SRM modules (from task tracking to quality management) can be integrated into their existing ERP to help them maintain visibility of KPIs and identify areas for improvement.

In this webinar we will explore the many SRM and general business data processes that can usefully be automated, the benefits of digitisation and what is involved in transitioning to a future-proof system.

Topics covered will include:

  • What does effective supply chain digitisation look like?
  • Managing in-house resources
  • Simple steps to improve supplier relationship management (SRM)
  • What’s involved in digitising data processes?
  • Preparing your business for the future
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Philipp Liegl

Managing Director

At ecosio Philipp is responsible for the operational business and coordinates the customer projects. Thereby, he consults international companies in the development of appropriate concepts and solutions for the realization of electronic data interchange – mainly in SAP ERP environments.


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