Why is supply chain management so important? For the answer to that question, we can turn to an unlikely source: infamous bank robber “Slick Willie” Sutton. When asked why he robbed banks, Sutton replied matter-of-factly, “Because that’s where the money is.” Now, whether Sutton really uttered this witty remark is unclear, but the message resonates: when it comes to a company’s costs, the supply chain is where the money is.

According to the Supply Chain Council, the supply chain accounts for 60–90 percent of all company costs. It plays such a vital role that a mere 2 percent improvement in supply chain process efficiency has a staggering 30,000–50,000 percent more of an impact than a 2 percent efficiency improvement in any other functional area. With numbers like that, it’s easy to see why we’re obsessed with solving supply chain problems. And we solve those problems using best-in-class​ technologies from Microsoft.
At the core of our supply chain management solution is Microsoft’s BizTalk Server. The technical extensibility of BizTalk allows us to deploy solid solutions in supply chain management, such as business intelligence and business process management in a Service-Oriented Architecture style application.
Microsoft technology, coupled with other Microsoft partners, is the perfect fit with our team’s talents. Together we’ve successfully implemented comprehensive and reliable supply chain solutions. So whether you’re a Microsoft System Integrator, an ERP reseller, or an ISV selling industry specific solutions (e.g. Product Lifecycle Management or Warehouse Management Systems), we look forward to working with you.

We’re confident that our partnership will maximize the benefits for our mutual clients. That’s because the combination of our supply chain expertise and the Microsoft partner community allows us to develop smarter, more innovative supply chain management solutions. This reduces the complexity of B2B and back-end integration, resulting in accelerated implementation timeframes. That means we can achieve rapid ROI. And isn’t that what “Slick Willie” was after?

— Pat​​