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API integration in Suuchi Grid supply chain management software

ERP (SAP, NetSuite and more)

Ensure cohesive process flows and data integrity between systems by syncing inventory, POs, vendor records, and other information in real-time. Connect systems like NetSuite, SAP, Oracle, Infor, Syspro, etc.

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Selling Channels and Retail Platforms
(Shopify, Amazon and more)

Import order information and allow for detailed order fulfillment. Sync Costing and Order Management and trigger POs

Product Lifecycle Management
(Centric, BeProduct and more)

Increase design efficiencies by integrating your preferred PLM for greater speed-to-market and a transparent supply chain

Financial and Accounting
(Netsuite, QuickBooks and more)

Sync purchase order, invoice, and product data with accounting systems like Netsuite, QuickBooks and Xero to drive accounting automation and detail

EDI (DI Central and more)

Increase design efficiencies by integrating your preferred PLM for greater speed-to-market and a transparent supply chain

3PLs and Freight Forwarders
(Flexport, Bollore and more)

Book and consolidate shipments, track inventory, and manage logistics and freight via integrations with existing systems  

Quality Control Systems (Inspectorio)

Incorporate Quality Control and inspections data into purchase order records, providing extraordinary QC insight into production workflows

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Introduction The success of any business in today’s competitive market depends on the efficiency of its supply chain and product

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Introduction As we venture further into the digital age, the concept of Industry 4.0 is shaping the way businesses operate,

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As an end-to-end supply chain management system, the Sucuhi GRID incorporates aspects of PLM and ERP software. While the GRID

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the process of software integration?

    Supply Chain Management (SCM) is a multidisciplinary process requiring inputs from a variety of business areas. These include product design, logistics, manufacturing units, and warehouse management, so a true Single Source of Truth (SSoT) for supply chain management requires integration with a number of disparate software systems. To capture the full breadth of a complex supply chain, a robust software should incorporate data from a variety of sources, including Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Accounting, Supply Chain Planning (SCP), Quality Control, Manufacturing Execution System (MES).  

    There are often overlapping data sets between these systems, and can coincide relative to the data that they hold and manage. For advanced supply chain competencies, it makes sense to integrate all these systems. SCM integration involves the coordination of data flows across all these subsystems into one centralized system, allowing for a seamless exchange of information throughout the planning and execution of supply chain logistics operations. 

    Integrations typically proceed in two ways:

    • Horizontal integration connects departmental subsystems into one unified system across an organization.
    • Vertical integration connects the organization's systems for ERP, PLM, WSM, etc. with systems that belong to external entities such as distributors, suppliers, retailers, manufacturers, and end users through Electronic Data Interchange (EDI).


  • How is supply chain software integrated with an existing tech stack?

    Many companies manage their supply chain competencies with 20-30 year old legacy software systems. The existing tech stack may be close to being outdated, and may cause roadblocks in information exchange and communications across the supply chain management workflow.

    Removing a legacy tech stack from your SCM system and completely replacing it with a state-of-the-art system is complicated and costly. There are ways to integrate a legacy system with modern supply chain software without incurring heavy expenditure. All it needs is the right technical expertise and infrastructure upgrades. 

    The best workaround is a cloud-based integration platform that can help organizations utilize hybrid cloud environments to connect on-premise legacy systems with cloud-based supply chain applications through APIs. Extraction of data from the old tech stack into the new systems does not require much refactoring, and the legacy system can continue to run without disruption.

    Leveraging an Integration Platform as a Service (IPaaS) to bridge the gap between legacy systems and new software is referred to as Hybrid Integration, a highly effective strategy for large-scale prestige SCM undertakings.


  • What is the importance of supply chain integration?

    SCM integration is a highly beneficial business strategy that connects supply chain workflows, processing data in real-time and keeping the data in sync and up to date. Additionally, when using legacy systems, it's necessary to be able to extract data as required. This is where SCM integrations significantly come into play.

    Legacy systems and disparate supply chain software may not be connected to each other or with vendor systems, may have compatibility problems, and may not have adequate security support. Occasionally, the organization also lacks the necessary documentation for manually shifting data from a legacy system to a vendor system. These factors necessitate seamless SCM integration solutions.

    Without SCM integrations, processes become siloed, and data distribution across an organization, or between an organization and a vendor, is patchy. This leads to interruptions in business continuity. Finally, without an SCM integration in place, businesses often incur expensive redevelopment of unnecessary legacy systems which could otherwise be integrated with a modern cloud-based hybrid integration platform.


  • Are there various types of supply chain software integration?

    Software integrations allow multiple departments interacting with supply chain workflows to coordinate their activities and processes to seamlessly satisfy the customer and expand business revenue. SCM integration enhances an organization's ability to manage its expenses, deliver excellent quality products, increase productivity, and provide excellent customer satisfaction.

    SCM integrations typically can be implemented in one of the following ways:

    • ERP integrations connect the many business systems used by a corporation, including its manufacturing, distribution, and finance systems.
    • Transport Management System (TMS) integrations aid in improving the logistics and transportation of commodities.
    • WMS integrations help control and enhance the movement of commodities through a warehouse.
    • SCP integrations involve demand planning and forecasting, production optimization, and distribution planning.
    • EDI integrations facilitate the exchange of commercial documents between various systems and organizations, such as purchase orders and invoices.


    Additionally, there are also numerous types of SCM integrations that involve Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Quality Control, Business Intelligence (BI) systems, and so on.


  • What are the benefits of integrating with supply chain software?

    Benefits to integration with supply chain software include:

    • Better Collaboration: Collaboration between team members and departments can be improved by integrating SCM with other tools and procedures. This can serve to increase supply chain transparency, and have more influence over segments of your supply chain that are averse to change.
    • Increased Efficiency: Process automation and streamlining in SCM can boost productivity and lower mistakes. Through precise demand and sales forecasting, accurate inventory management, effective SCM integration enables businesses to substantially enhance product flow.
    • Improved Security: SCM integration allows organizations to track and monitor software changes which can be useful for locating and averting security problems. Malware assaults, supply chain breaches, and data leaks can all be stopped.
    • Better Customer Experience: An integrated supply chain connects clients to the supply chain process so they can see realtime activities and production processes related to their orders.
    • Reduced Costs: By responding more skillfully to market and customer volatility, SCM integration enables businesses to minimize supply chain waste and reduce costs as part of a lean manufacturing strategy.

    Faster Time-to-market: SCM software provides market overviews, allowing users to quickly adapt to expanding markets, shifting economic priorities, and changes in demand by spotting new opportunities, readjusting production plans and shortening the production lifecycle.