Advanced VMI Data Sheet

Advice from true warehouse experts

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PathGuide Technologies 22745 29 th Drive SE, Suite #150 Bothell, WA 98021 www.pathguide.com clientservices@pathguide.com You'd use Advanced VMI if you're a supplier or distributor looking to: Increase sales revenues by providing VMI services to your customers Increase the accuracy levels and lower the costs associated with your current VMI program Have visibility into inventory being supplied by competing suppliers – and a chance to supply additional inventory as part of your VMI offering Manage consigned and non-consigned inventory Sales teams find that using the VMI process with a mobile scanning device significantly reduces errors, stockouts and downtime. There's less handwriting to worry about and fewer instances during which information can be miscommunicated. The order is placed right on the spot at the customer location and transmitted in real-time. In addition to saving time and virtually eliminating customer order errors, the biggest benefit to VMI is that your customers will love it. Giving customers the ability to replenish orders is a fast and simple way to streamline inventory management and order fulfillment. In other words, Advanced VMI is a win-win for everyone. When a customer begins to run low on inventory, Advanced VMI creates an automatic replenishment order. The vendor receives the order, which is approved and shipped. Advanced VMI then triggers an advance shipping notice (ASN) and the order is scanned by the customer upon receipt.

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