Manage your supplier relationships with an innovative SRM
Digitize your panel, centralize your exchanges and track your data in real time. Surround yourself with the best suppliers using Weproc.
Create and list your supplier records from a centralized space.
Control & Analysis
Analyze the statistical reports of your suppliers thanks to numerous indicators.
Integrated Supplier Portal
Send your requests for quotes and orders to your suppliers in one click.
Have a supplier risk management objective according to a study conducted by AgileBuyer.
Manage your supplier relationships smoothly
And naturally integrate risk assessment into your departments.
Your analysis tools evolve in real time on Weproc with the daily management of your suppliers and orders. Control your decisions and reduce your fixed administrative management costs or even consolidate your purchasing flows.
Centralization of supplier files
Access this centralized information and optimize your searches from a 100% digital panel!
Assign items, products and services to your suppliers in order to use them as efficiently as possible with your prescribers. Find the history of current and past purchases from your suppliers, and all the statistics that summarize your exchanges.
Analysis of supplier data
Average order cost, dependency rate, average delays… Find your strategic indicators on an intuitive dashboard and manage the performance of your suppliers.
Thanks to the history and categorization of flows, gain insight into your collaborations and monitor the compliance of your supplier panel.
Transmit your requests for quotes and orders to your suppliers by facilitating exchanges. All they have to do is click on a link to send their documents directly to the Weproc interface.
Save time when placing orders with Weproc’s features and easily optimize your purchasing process.
Frequently asked questions
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What is supplier management and why is it so important?
Supplier management is an essential process that enables companies to select, evaluate and manage their supplier relationships. It aims to optimize performance, product or service quality, and profitability.
Good supplier management contributes to cost reduction, supply chain improvement and the achievement of strategic business objectives. In addition, it fosters long-term relationships with suppliers, while limiting procurement risks for your organizations.
How to select the best suppliers for your company?
Selecting the best suppliers for your company involves several crucial steps.
It is essential to establish selection criteria adapted to the needs of the company, such as the product catalog, the reliability of deliveries, the competitiveness of the prices or the capacity of innovation. Then, it is recommended to make a comparative analysis of the pre-selected suppliers taking into account these criteria. Do not hesitate to ask for references and to check their reputation on the market. Finally, it is essential to negotiate the commercial conditions and to set up clear contracts to guarantee a long-lasting and fruitful relationship.
How to evaluate the performance of its suppliers?
Evaluating supplier performance is a key step in ensuring that your business is well managed. Several performance indicators (KPI) can be used to measure quality, delivery speed, respect of deadlines, after-sales service or price competitiveness.
It is recommended to establish precise and realistic objectives for each indicator and to perform regular evaluations. The results obtained will help identify areas for improvement and implement corrective actions if necessary.
What are the main risks associated with supplier management and how can they be minimized?
The main risks related to supplier management are stock-outs, quality problems, delivery delays, dependence on a single supplier and financial risks related to budget overruns. To minimize these risks, it is recommended to regularly monitor suppliers with analytics and evaluate their performance.
How can we improve our relationship with our suppliers?
A good relationship with suppliers requires open, transparent and regular communication. It is important to discuss mutual expectations and share common goals to facilitate collaboration. In addition, it is essential to build trust by recognizing suppliers’ performance and being attentive to their needs.
Don’t forget to set up regular performance reviews and discuss opportunities for improvement to strengthen the relationship and foster mutual development.