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Designed with the unique needs of regional, national, and global retailers in mind, the Direct Commerce Retail Automation Suite allows store owners to quickly integrate state-of-the-art source-to-pay (S2P) processes across the existing business environment.

Using a set of sophisticated but easy-to-use tools, Direct Commerce makes it possible to reduce supply chain processing costs, shorten month-end closing cycles, and increase visibility into store and supplier performance for better decision-making.

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Electronic invoice processing capacity


Supplier adoption


Typical reduction in inventory errors


Potential resource reallocation via help desk automation

Weeks —> Days

Time reduction for month-end close

.2% of Spend

Expected cost savings from dynamic discounting

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Retail Automation Suite Highlights


Sourcing & Procurement

  • Manage changes to products in real time
  • Gain visibility into unapproved products or substitutions at time of delivery
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Supplier Management

  • Ensure that suppliers have appropriate tax, licensing, and safety documentation
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AP Automation

  • Create a paperless environment and free up corporate and franchise resources through eInvoicing
  • Pre-approve and immediately apply invoices and credits for all supplier shipments
  • Reduce supplier inquiries so managers can run their stores
  • Use mobile technology to recognize, acknowledge, and apply invoices and receipts: No more piles of paper to be input later
  • Streamline dispute processes to rapidly resolve mismatches, instead of paying discrepancies because reconciliation is too complicated
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  • Improve working capital forecasts and savings with dynamic discounting
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Reporting & Analytics

  • Make better decisions using accurate, real-time data and custom dashboards
  • Utilize S2P data—from one source—for insights into supplier fulfilment rates, product pricing variances, qualitative judgments, payment term variances, and cost management
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