Wexford, PA (PRWEB) May 20, 2013
Today, Directworks announced it is a Silver Sponsor of the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference, taking place from May 20-23, 2013 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort in Phoenix, AZ. Directworks will also exhibit at the annual conference, which draws more than a thousand industry professionals to discuss issues affecting supply chain strategy and planning, sourcing and procurement, manufacturing, distribution and logistics, and supply chain IT.
Representatives will be available at booth #114 to discuss how Directworks helps manufacturers save time and money by simplifying the way they source and manage direct materials. Directworks will be showcasing their cloud-based software, which empowers manufacturers to:
- Effectively engage and manage suppliers – Collaborate with suppliers, capture and monitor critical supplier attributes, and analyze supplier risk all in one system.
- Streamline the strategic sourcing process – Automate and minimize tactical work with Directworks software to spend more time on strategic activities.
- Achieve total cost visibility and save money – Improve visibility into the costs of different sourcing options and save money by selecting the best “total cost” supplier.
Attendees are encouraged to evaluate the Directworks Proof of Value program, a no-risk trial of the software, which has proven to reduce sourcing cycle times by as much as 50%, while enabling millions of dollars in cost savings through better sourcing decisions.
To learn more about Directworks, visit http://www.directworks.com.
About Directworks: Directworks helps manufacturers save time and money by simplifying the way they source and manage direct materials. Manufacturers strive to select the right suppliers for the direct materials they use to build their products. Directworks provides cloud-based sourcing software built for manufacturers to engage suppliers, create cost transparency, securely collaborate on product design, efficiently analyze quotes, and assess the critical factors required to make the best cost-for-value sourcing decisions.