Aravo SIM - Supplier Discovery
Selecting the Right Suppliers Improves Your Bottom Line
In today's global marketplace, profits and productivity are largely dependent upon choosing the right suppliers. Aravo SIM's supplier discovery web-based supplier portal gets your staff off the phone and onto value-added processes.
Our Fortune 1000 customers tell us that their primary sourcing concerns include
- Time and costs associated with identifying, validating and pre-qualifying potential suppliers
- Manual supplier registration processes, with little or no visibility into key supplier selection criteria, and
- Governmental regulatory requirements around diversity supplier access
Our clients use Aravo SIM for supplier discovery to solve these problems. Aravo SIM allows you to reduce supplier management costs while driving improvements in time to market and competitive advantage.
- Reduce the cost of new supplier discovery processes
- Speed time to market through effective supplier selection
- Focus internal resources on supplier strategy
- Streamline potential and unanticipated supplier registration
- Develop and execute sophisticated new supplier discovery campaigns
- Effectively conform to government regulations regarding diversity supplier access to your supplier network
- Web portal for buyer-initiated or walkup supplier registration
- Email invitations and automated validations
- Customizable surveys with conditional branching
- User-defined approval and validation workflows
- Best practice survey and workflow templates based on geography, vertical industry, etc.
- Time-stamp, audit trail and repository of all approvals.
- Real-time dashboards for monitoring of all registration processes.
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"Companies that take the time to closely evaluate all aspects of supplier complexity and its impact on transaction costs, risks, responsiveness, and innovation are on the right track to improving the overall effectiveness of their supply management."
Thomas Choi, Director Center for Supply Networks, Arizona State University