The distribution industry is changing rapidly. Today, customers are in the driver's seat, competition is tough, and the supply chains have become more complex. Distributors have to adapt to these changes because standing still means falling behind. To maintain a competitive advantage, distributors require flexibility in their operations and must continually drive innovation—not only in the marketplace but also in how they do business.
Tribridge assists distribution companies in selecting the right solutions that capitalize on technology to improve efficiency, increase productivity and enhance visibility across the entire supply chain. We manage the complete customer lifecycle, from engagement and implementation to support and extending technology investments through value-added products and services. Our seasoned consultants are grounded in best practices, proven methodologies and a collective drive to make a genuine difference in our customers' businesses.
Our industry-specific solutions enable us to deliver ready-to-deploy cloud applications, and our technology and industry business experts can devise an application integration strategy that works for your business. We can partner with your distribution organization to solve challenges through a complete range of services in the areas of customer engagement, finance and operations, human capital management, and business and technology strategy.
Manufacturers and distributors know that operations can make or break a business, so streamlining is the goal. Streamlining the view across the supply chain is of equal importance, so the business intelligence...
Wholesale distributors have been through the ringer the past few years as sales pass through an evolution from single to multi-channel to a true omni-channel approach. Customers no longer wait for a sales person to call them to place an order.
In today’s business environment, competition is stronger and comes at you from more directions than ever before.
Online and mobile technologies have dramatically impacted the B2C world and now these changes are increasingly affecting B2B commerce in the wholesale distribution industry.
For most businesses, it makes good sense to get started with basic accounting software. Then, as financial and customer service requirements demand, you can move to more sophisticated business systems. A logical approach.
This final session will focus on how to develop meaningful metrics to measure progress and managing by exception.
This third session will focus on how to calculate accurate forecasts and maintain replenishment parameters to achieve customer service and investment goals.
This second session focused on how to maintain accurate lead times and effectively handle items with sporadic usage.
The goal of effective inventory management is to “meet or exceed customers’ expectations of product availability with the amount of each item that will maximize net profits.” This goal cannot be achieved by waving a magic wand or wishful thinking.