project44 for Suppliers
Meet unforgiving delivery deadlines with agile, real-time transportation solutions and on-demand supply chain connectivity.
How your legacy systems and IT processes work…
The Room For Error is Shrinking. Your Profits Shouldn’t.
As retailers continue to eliminate delivery grace periods and impose hefty fees around single-day arrival requirements, suppliers no longer have the flexibility to rely on slow systems with intermittent connectivity and fragmented data. project44 helps manufactures and distributors reduce fines and improve their vendor scorecards.
Your Key to Success: Simple, Yet Sophisticated SaaS Products
Manufacturers and distributers using EDI are making business and transportation decisions based on stale, inaccurate information. Power your network with our secure, intelligent multi-mode APIs.
project44’S Intelligent API Solutions have been Praised by Top Industry Experts
The on-premise and legacy technologies currently in place cannot support the complex and dynamic demands of today’s global supply chain.
project44 empowers manufacturers and distributors to compete in the new on-demand reality by delivering goods in the most precise timeframe possible with the highest level of transparency and operational efficiency.
Learn more about API Technology in the project44 Resource Center
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The cost of our APIs will never impede you from accessing the benefits of project44. Contact us to learn more about pricing models.Learn More About Pricing
Explore the API connection processes. Here’s a hint, “integration” takes only 2-3 weeks and 1 developer.See our API Documentation
“Stockouts, though disappointing for a customer and detrimental to a company’s bottom line, point to a much larger issue. Corporations have recently struggled to address complexities in their supply chain as they respond to a significant shift in consumer purchasing behavior. However, EDI technology, the industry’s legacy communication system, will impede their supplier network from meeting the newly imposed precise delivery requirements.”
- Mary Holcomb, Gerald T. Niedert Supply Chain Fellow & Professor of Supply Chain Management, University of Tennessee