Medium Enterprise SCM

As there is no standard way of defining an SME, It can be defined on the basis of geographical location, size of the enterprise in terms of no. of employees, no. of products manufactured, supplier or OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer), structure, volume of sales, worth of assets, type of ownership, adoption of technology etc.

Many SMEs are not taking Supply Chain Management systems seriously enough and, as a result, they are losing market share and, ultimately, money. The SME owner does a lot of manual calculations while sitting in front of the computer. Basically, the SCM strategy in many SMEs does not exist.


And we are here to change it!

The human being can only handle a limited amount of data and even very small company can have thousands of products and more than hundreds of customers, number of suppliers that need to be managed on regular basis.

Our supply chain system can facilitate a huge process, customer satisfaction, and direct cost reduction potential.

As there is no standard way of defining an SME, It can be defined on the basis of geographical location, size of the enterprise in terms of no. of employees, no. of products manufactured, supplier or OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer), structure, volume of sales, worth of assets, type of ownership, adoption of technology etc.

To remain competitive, small enterprises have to offer superior quality goods at the lowest prices possible. The need to minimize product costs makes effective supply chain management essential.

Key Advantage:

    1. Supply Chain Monitoring and Planning
    2. Routing, mobile, and telematics
    3. Transportation Management
    4. Multi-client operations
    5. Transportation Management
    6. Multi-client operations
    7. Sourcing and Supply Management
    8. Supply Chain Analytics
    9. Vendor Support and History