Our supply chain applications give you better visibility into the status of Purchase Orders, the location of inventory and the timing of upcoming shipments. We can help you identify issues such as imperfect orders, late shipments, unmatched invoices and duplicate payments. Improved visibility and operational intelligence should enable you to resolve problems before they impact your customers. All of our applications are Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) so there are no upfront licence fees, no lengthy implementation cycles and no painful upgrades.
The supply chain applications in our portfolio include:
Supply Chain Visibility—Do you have a single, consolidated view of all of your open orders? With our Supply Chain Visibility application you can follow all of your open orders. From initial PO and acknowledgement to supplier invoice and payment, we’ll provide a timeline history of the order as it moves through your supply chain. Learn more about our Active Orders offering.
Logistics Track and Trace—How many phone calls, emails and website logins do you need to make to find out the latest location of a container shipment? With our Logistics Track and Trace application you can view a timeline of any inbound or outbound shipment being transported over ocean, air, rail or ground freight. Learn more about our Active Logistics.
Operational Intelligence—How quickly can you identify issues like duplicate orders, unauthorised substitutions and invoice discrepancies in your supply chain? Using the data in your EDI and XML transactions, our Active Intelligence service, can pinpoint shipping, invoicing and payment problems before they impact your business. Learn more about our Active Intelligence service.
- Product Catalogue—Popular in the North American apparel and general merchandise sector, our Catalogue enables merchandise suppliers to share product information such as price, style, colour and size with their retail customers. You can use it to publish information about new products or to update the attributes of existing SKUs. Learn more about OpenText Active Catalogue.