Savvion Adds Options for Real-Time Supply Chain

Savvion has teamed up with CollabraLink, a Savvion Business Solution Alliance Partner, to create the Savvion Supply Chain Framework & Solution and provide companies real-time visibility into their parts procurement status.

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Savvion has teamed up with CollabraLink, a Savvion Business Solution Alliance Partner, to create the Savvion Supply Chain Framework & Solution and provide companies real-time visibility into parts procurement status.

The Savvion Supply Chain Framework & Solution also automates a number of the buyers’ tasks.   For example, companies can increase the efficiency and productivity of their B2B integrations, including supply chains and logistics by options to:

  • Combine purchase orders that share common parts or common suppliers so they can more easily manage their inventory levels;
  • Find opportunities to save money by purchasing in volume;
  • Redirect material to where it is immediately needed; and
  • Create a single point of contact for suppliers.
  • Improve BPM visibility to improve efficiencies and cost-savings.

 

“The Savvion Supply Chain Solution combines Savvion technology with CollabraLink’s years of supply chain and process management expertise to deliver a solution that has already saved Savvion customers millions of dollars in managing costs and resources,” said Pejman Makhfi, Vice President, Business Solutions for Savvion, in a statement.

Makhfi said that the solution can make “positive impacts to SCOR® Source process performance attributes,” such as supply chain reliability, responsiveness and costs, by providing visibility and metrics.  “This solution will provide unprecedented agility and visibility to organizations, resulting in quick ROI and accelerated deployment,” said Yash Pandhi, President and Founder, CollabraLink Technologies, Inc., in the statement.

As to BPM, Forrester Research noted that companies can more quickly implement BPM if they have industry-specific or application specific frameworks and accelerators, according to 2009 research (“Forrester TechRadar For BP&A Pros: Business Process Management Suites, Q3 2009).




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