1. Negotiation: through a dedicated workflow, the brand can negotiate delivery dates for orders with the supplier and production orders
2. Delivery Plans: the supplier can declare the quantities to be delivered, while the brand, having visibility over what has been declared, can make quick adjustments and adjust production accordingly.
1. Processing Price Lists and Purchase Price Lists: through workflow, the functionalities allow an automatic evaluation of prices regarding the supplier order and production orders. In case of problems with the materials supplied, the subcontractor/supplier can intervene by modifying the prices
2. Booking Order: This functionality is used by the brand to communicate to material suppliers the expected requirements for the processing by their subcontractors.
1. Progress declaration: This function allows subcontractors to declare work order progress
2. Additional material request: this function allows the subcontractor to request additional material for one or more work orders
3. Consumption declaration: The function allows the subcontractor to declare actual consumption for one or more work orders
Missing Items, defective, reworking: The function allows brands to declare missing quantities, lines that cannot be produced, or that are faulty and request additional production or repair of a semi-finished good.
1. DDT/ASN Materials and Semi-finished goods: Subcontractors and suppliers can generate delivery notes (DDT) and/or advanced shipping notices (ASN) related to the processing phases and order lines These documents will be visible to the brands, subsequent subcontractors involved, or the recipients of the goods
2. Pre-packaging and shipping management: the brand can indicate the pre-packaging methods, while the supplier/subcontractor can enter the components of the packages, allowing the brand to generate the package label. The shipping of the packages is managed by the brand through shipping orders, applying eventual shipping rules.