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SAP Supplier Relationship Management Review

Product Snapshot

Product Pricing

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Technology

Product is a Saas solution and requires no additional hardware for installation.

Customer Focus

Vendor works with companies of all sizes and across multiple industries.

Select Customers

Port of Hamburg, The Hershey Company, Panasonic AVC

 

About SAP Supplier Relationship Management

SAP Supplier Relationship Management SAP Supplier Relationship Management is supply chain management software that automates and centralizes the procure-to-pay workflow and supports the entire e-procurement cycle. The platform works to improve overall cost management, facilitates supplier communications and enables users to integrate data through Ariba Procurement Content.

The platform provides users with catalog management tools, assists users with finding and purchasing policy-compliant products and services through a self-service procurement tool and facilitates searches across multiple catalogs. Additionally, the software allows users to source external demands from planning, project and plant maintenance systems, manage resources and monitor costs and provides organization-wide demand visibility.

About the Company

SAP was founded in 1972 and is headquartered in Walldorf, Germany.

 

SAP Supplier Relationship Management Key Features

  • Procure-to-pay, integrates catalog-based requisitioning
  • Catalog management
  • Centralized sourcing, demand visibility, aggregates spending, streamlines bidding processes, supports supplier collaboration
  • Supplier qualification and negotiation
  • Contact management
  • Collaboration, links suppliers to purchasing processes
  • Supplier evaluation and scorecarding

 

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  • LOL this software is so bad that I promise at least 80% of the userbase I know would blow up the whole thing if it promised they would never have to use it again. Horrible and terrible can not aptly describe its user interface and bug filled existence.