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Supplios: Vendor Analysis — Supplier management and sourcing solution for direct materials overview, competitors, user considerations, analyst summary

11/29/2023 By

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This Spend Matters Vendor Analysis gives an overview of Supplios. Supplios is a supplier collaboration platform built specifically to help manufacturers work with their direct-material suppliers. The platform has built-in functionalities for supplier management, direct material sourcing and procurement, supplier onboarding, supplier quality and supplier performance management.
Supplios targets the manufacturing industry (specifically discrete manufacturing, such as automotive), including many industry-specific workflows spread across the highly complex long-running supplier/manufacturer lifecycle. This extends beyond the traditional ‘procurement’ function to include many other departments that regularly interact with suppliers, including quality engineers, R&D engineers and production planners.

The numerous teams and highly manual processes involved in collaborating with the suppliers that manufacturers use can create data and organizational silos due to the lack of tools to bridge the internal/external gap. Supplios intends to break down these silos, centralize all supplier data across functions and automate the workflows in a single supplier portal.

This Vendor Analysis provides an overview of Supplios, a look at the competitive landscape, selection tips and an analyst summary.

Here’s why Supplios matters:

To the market: Supplios offers automation and efficiency to manufacturers, addressing the growing need for streamlined collaborative processes in the manufacturing industry.

To customers: Supplios can help small to mid+ manufacturers work better with their suppliers and improve overall business operations.

To potential buyers: Supplios offers a comprehensive solution for manufacturers to collaborate with their suppliers effectively, increasing productivity, streamlining processes and improving overall business performance.

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