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Supply Chain

Soom for Supply Chain

Reduce backlogs while improving distribution efficiency and saving money.

Increase Efficiency. Optimize Resources. Improve Safety.

Soom provides a simple, unified solution to eliminate errors in the supply chain, increase efficiency in operations, optimize resources, and improve safety.

With the help of Soom, medical device manufacturers save time and recapture lost costs within their supply chain caused by data errors. Supply chains account for more than 40% of medical device costs. With annual spending of about $122 billion, even minor efficiency gains could free up significant dollars for manufacturers.

Ensure Accurate Master Data

To keep the global supply chain moving, medical device manufacturers require accurate product master data — Soom ensures the accuracy of master data.

Seamlessly integrated with manufacturer's standard operating procedures, Soom automatically:

  • Validates product labeling
  • Ensures global trade compliance
  • Reconciles master data against Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Enterprises Resource Planning (ERP) systems
  • Fixes data collisions and errors
  • Keeps products moving globally

By combining the power of the cloud and mobile scan, Soom enterprise solutions significantly reduces costs and backlogs while improving distribution efficiency for manufacturers.

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If Soom detects errors, further action such as updating company databases, customer documentation and/or modifications or additions to the product labeling happen rapidly to ensure that products reach their destination and can be sold.

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Interested in improving the accuracy of your master data management and warehouse operations? Contact Soom.

For one global medical device manufacturer, Soom significantly minimized labeling rework — reducing a 2-week backlog to less than 48 hours.

I prefer Soom because it’s an ‘all in one product,’ whereas the Go/No Go scanner forced me to figure out why the barcode failed.

Warehouse Employee