SourceDay launches SourceDay EDI, powered by SPS Commerce, offering supply chain collaboration platform to provide manufacturers and distributors insights and mitigation workflows to resolve high-impact supply chain issues across all suppliers, including those who work in other technology workflows, such as EDI.
With the proprietary API connection, co-developed by SourceDay and SPS Commerce, the two technologies exchange the PO information, PO acknowledgments, PO updates, and ASNs. The suppliers can update the PO with their EDI workflow, and the manufacturer will receive and be able to work and respond to all updates within their SourceDay workflow - enabling each party to work in their respective native environment of business processes and tools to receive and collaborate and manage exceptions on their critical PO data.
- This partnership was created to drive a single buyer process that enables accurate scheduling and production forecasting, increases on-time-in-full (OTIF) delivery data, reduces production downtime and increases revenue predictability and accuracy.
- Integrating EDI, a technology companies have used for decades, with the new age of supply chain collaboration that is SourceDay offers a way to connect manufacturers to all of their suppliers without investing in a technology that only a few of their suppliers use.
- SourceDay EDI, powered by SPS Commerce, is the final piece in SourceDay’s puzzle of 100% PO delivery. SourceDay is the solution that streamlines all critical PO-related communication in one place for modernized supply chain collaboration.
- The SourceDay and SPS Commerce partnership signifies a leap forward in supply chain visibility and collaboration, offering businesses the unparalleled ability to manage their supply chain with precision and agility. Committed to innovation and customer success, SourceDay and SPS Commerce are collectively redefining the future of supply chain interactions, setting a new industry standard of 100% PO delivery and automated collaboration workflows through the lifecycle of PO’s in a single platform.