SourceDay is worth the purchase.
Overall Satisfaction with Sourceday
- SourceDay takes user suggestions and if they meet the greater good it will be implemented into the system. There was specific data a buyer needed to seem in the dashboard and SourceDay was able to create it.
- SourceDay provides superior customer service. The outboarding team are able to bring Suppliers and Buyers into the system within a day. This team will go the extra mile to set up one on one training if requested.
- The PO exceptions are a feature that my team isn't able to use currently because it isn't pulling back all the necessary information. Our team hasn't submitted a formal request to update to add this information as of yet.
- Our organization has multiple manufacturing locations that purchase from suppliers that have store locations adjacent to the plants. At this time, SourceDay isn't able to distinguish which location the PO is going to. It is in their build plan and hopefully we will see the role out in 2021.
- SourceDay has been able to provide buyers with more time to focus on strategic planning.
- SourceDay has given the buyers a tool that makes it easy hold suppliers accountable with their orders.
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As a buyer in a manufacturing environment, it is possible to have a large amount of POs out to vendors all over the world. Using SourceDay the buyer is not following up on late POs or worrying about reviewing every confirmation email, SourceDay has all that managed for me. This software puts all the buyer's follow up actions in one folder and it takes minutes to complete the review.
SourceDay isn't the best suited for an organization that writes one to two POs a month unless the organization plans to use all the modules. PO to Payment.