Supply Chain Management

Enabling recognises the challenges of wholesalers, including selling to the fiercely competitive retail industry; that is why we have Wholesale Trade experts who understand the sector and can help your business get ahead with financial, process, and customer management via a fully integrated Supply Chain Management Systems that provide your company with a competitive advantage.

Enabling's, Supply Chain Management Systems allow you to meet your customer demands more effectively and efficiently.  Our Supply Chain Management Systems give you the ability to quickly and effectively process orders to ensure customer needs are understood and addressed quickly. Our Supply Chain Management Systems will also provide your business with the flexibility to respond to ever changing customer demands and market trends.

Benefits of an integrated Supply Chain Management Systems include;

Lower Costs - By adding an effective SCM system to a business, the added global efficiency can lead to lower costs of raw materials. This system efficiently plans for materials to be brought to your company from the lowest cost provider possible and at just the right time to ensure there is no excess or deficiency in the material. A SCM system can improve your company's relationship with vendors so that there are opportunities to cut costs like through a volume discount.

Improved Collaboration - A SCM system wired in to the latest software allows you to know the position your raw materials and your finished products are in by tracking both your suppliers and your distributors. These companies can also track where you are at in receiving or sending those materials. This knowledge can keep relationships between these businesses strong. This system often includes the development of reports on how the chain of goods progresses from supplier through distributor. These reports help your businesses to determine potential areas of improvement.

Cycle Times - The cycle time can be defined as the time it takes your business to turn over a product from raw materials, give it to your distributor to sell and then make enough money to purchase new raw products to start the cycle over. If at any point it takes too long to obtain these raw materials, production may have to stop which will slow down your organisation. A SCM system improves cycle times and ensures that raw materials are provided when your business needs them so that you never have to stop production.

Response to Conflict - Unfortunately, a business cannot always run smoothly and there are a number of factors that can lead to problems in the production of a product. If an issue occurs with the suppliers of your company, you may have to change how you produce your product. If the distributor goes out of business, you will have to find another way to sell the product. A SCM system lets your company better cope with problems at either side of the production spectrum. You can quickly and easily figure out a response to the problem instead of being surprised by it at a later time.

For more information on Enabling’s Supply Chain Management Systems, select from our product suites listed below or to find out more, please call us or complete the contact us enquiry form opposite.



FCS - Surf Hardware

"We're innovators but sensible business operators too.  It was important to us to be leading but not bleeding edge.  We wanted to see the solution we selected in action and visited some of Accpac's existing ASP customers overseas.  You'd be hard pressed to find another vendor with the same record of establised customers of their 'Net-based solution and our experience was very reassuring".

Linen House

"Enabling was the only vendor that could supply a truly integrated end-to-end solution, with no third-party software or communication required, and at a realistic price point.  Enabling demonstrated a commitment to understanding our business processes and being able to provide valuable input to operational change brought about by system change".

Micro Mobility

"As we grew, it became apparent that our systems and processes were becoming increasingly labour-intensive, and beginning to hinder our growth. On top of this, the lack of watertight integration between our three systems – website, accounting package and warehouse - was resulting in errors that were becoming difficult to stay on top of."