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Cut Costs With VMI+

The UPPRO Vendor Managed Inventory program (also known as VMI+) allows clients to experience significant cost of ownership savings throughout the entire supply chain process. Here’s how it’s done.

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  • Capital and Financing Costs

    The upfront capital required to purchase inventory and maintain a sufficient level of in-stock items for operations can be heavily burdensome for an organization. Another issue to consider is the cost of financing purchases from multiple suppliers. Third-party Supply Chain and Inventory Management benefits:  A third-party vendor can help reduce total cost of ownership and inventory procurement costs—of all suppliers—and the savings can then be passed onto the customer. Vendor consignment purchasing options can also address part or all of this burden.

  • Employee Costs

    The upfront capital required to purchase inventory and maintain a sufficient level of in-stock items for operations can be heavily burdensome for an organization. Another issue to consider is the cost of financing purchases from multiple suppliers. Third-party Supply Chain and Inventory Management benefits:  A third-party vendor can help reduce total cost of ownership and inventory procurement costs—of all suppliers—and the savings can then be passed onto the customer. Vendor consignment purchasing options can also address part or all of this burden.

  • Storage and Warehousing Costs

    The upfront capital required to purchase inventory and maintain a sufficient level of in-stock items for operations can be heavily burdensome for an organization. Another issue to consider is the cost of financing purchases from multiple suppliers. Third-party Supply Chain and Inventory Management benefits:  A third-party vendor can help reduce total cost of ownership and inventory procurement costs—of all suppliers—and the savings can then be passed onto the customer. Vendor consignment purchasing options can also address part or all of this burden.

  • Executive-Level Employee Costs

    The upfront capital required to purchase inventory and maintain a sufficient level of in-stock items for operations can be heavily burdensome for an organization. Another issue to consider is the cost of financing purchases from multiple suppliers. Third-party Supply Chain and Inventory Management benefits:  A third-party vendor can help reduce total cost of ownership and inventory procurement costs—of all suppliers—and the savings can then be passed onto the customer. Vendor consignment purchasing options can also address part or all of this burden.

  • Material and Handling Costs

    The upfront capital required to purchase inventory and maintain a sufficient level of in-stock items for operations can be heavily burdensome for an organization. Another issue to consider is the cost of financing purchases from multiple suppliers. Third-party Supply Chain and Inventory Management benefits:  A third-party vendor can help reduce total cost of ownership and inventory procurement costs—of all suppliers—and the savings can then be passed onto the customer. Vendor consignment purchasing options can also address part or all of this burden.

  • Operating Costs

    The upfront capital required to purchase inventory and maintain a sufficient level of in-stock items for operations can be heavily burdensome for an organization. Another issue to consider is the cost of financing purchases from multiple suppliers. Third-party Supply Chain and Inventory Management benefits:  A third-party vendor can help reduce total cost of ownership and inventory procurement costs—of all suppliers—and the savings can then be passed onto the customer. Vendor consignment purchasing options can also address part or all of this burden.

  • Insurance and Taxes

    The upfront capital required to purchase inventory and maintain a sufficient level of in-stock items for operations can be heavily burdensome for an organization. Another issue to consider is the cost of financing purchases from multiple suppliers. Third-party Supply Chain and Inventory Management benefits:  A third-party vendor can help reduce total cost of ownership and inventory procurement costs—of all suppliers—and the savings can then be passed onto the customer. Vendor consignment purchasing options can also address part or all of this burden.