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Fishbowl is a hybrid manufacturing and warehouse management solution designed for small and midsize companies. Key features include inventory control, material requirements planning (MRP), job shop floor control, work order manage...Read more

4.16 (727 reviews)

51 recommendations

SAP Ariba

Focused on streamlining source-to-pay operational processes, SAP Ariba provides e-procurement and supply chain management solutions that enable growing, medium-sized, and large companies to achieve end-to-end digital transformatio...Read more

3.74 (31 reviews)

41 recommendations


Da Vinci Supply Chain Business Suite

Da Vinci is Wolin Design Group’s cloud-based or on-premise supply chain management (SCM) solution designed specifically for small and midsize 3PLs, internet retailers and wholesale businesses with demanding warehouse, fulfillment ...Read more

4.50 (16 reviews)

16 recommendations

Rose Rocket

Rose Rocket TMS is a transportation management software built for modern trucking companies and brokerages. The software helps you input orders, generate contracted rates and spot quotes, track & trace shipments, manage documents,...Read more

4.67 (18 reviews)

11 recommendations


3PL Warehouse Manager

3PL Warehouse Manager is a cloud-based warehouse management system designed for third-party logistics companies to manage multiple customers, processes and billing schedules. The system enables access to real-time information and ...Read more

4.14 (111 reviews)

10 recommendations


Order (formerly Negotiatus) is a guided B2B marketplace with a mission to simplify buying for businesses. Order makes it easy for businesses to place and track purchases across all their vendors, control spend, and make payments i...Read more

4.40 (55 reviews)

10 recommendations



Shipedge is a cloud-based warehouse management solution for small, midsize and large enterprises. It caters to e-commerce warehouses, fulfillment service providers, third-party logistics companies (3PL/4PL), omni/multi-channel ret...Read more

5.00 (1 reviews)

8 recommendations


Logiwa WMS

Logiwa WMS is a cloud-based warehouse management and order fulfillment solution built on a .NET framework. The solution supports disparate warehousing processes, separate product groups and the needs of different sectors within a ...Read more

4.62 (60 reviews)

7 recommendations


Spendwise is a cloud-based system that helps businesses and other organizations track, manage and control spending. Users can create purchase orders, submit them for approval, approve or reject them, and email them directly to ven...Read more

4.51 (204 reviews)

6 recommendations



With an integrated system that includes ERP, financials, commerce, inventory management, HR, PSA, supply chain management, CRM and more – NetSuite enables fast-growing businesses across all industries to work more effectively by a...Read more

4.10 (817 reviews)

5 recommendations

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Subscription models

  • Per employee/per month: This model allows you to pay a monthly fee for each of your employees.
  • Per user/per month: Users pay a monthly fee for users—normally administrative users—rather than all employees.

Perpetual license

  • This involves paying an upfront sum for the license to own the software and use it indefinitely.
  • This is the more traditional model and is most common with on-premise applications and with larger businesses.

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ShippersEdge TMS

ShippersEdge is a cloud-based transportation management solution that manages shipping logistics. It helps users manage shipments, submit claims and handle multiple carriers. ShippersEdge helps companies save time and control...Read more

5.00 (3 reviews)

5 recommendations

Easy WMS

Easy WMS is powerful and versatile software, with multi-owner, multi-site and multi-language functionalities, which streamlines warehouse management, no matter the size or type of warehouse you are running. It controls, coordinate...Read more

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5 recommendations


SellerCloud is a multi-channel e-commerce platform designed for organizations of all sizes. It synchronizes online inventory and distribution, provides real-time reports, and generates shipping information. The system's single-sou...Read more

4.52 (27 reviews)

4 recommendations


Kechie Distribution Management efficiently manages internal and external resources. Suited for growing businesses, the management tools provide control of replenishment, warehouse management, pick, pack, and ship, procurement, pro...Read more

4.67 (18 reviews)

4 recommendations

Kuebix TMS

Kuebix, a Trimble Company, is a cloud-based transportation management system (TMS) designed for shippers and carriers involved in both inbound and outbound logistics. The solution caters to a variety of carriers and modes of trans...Read more

4.64 (107 reviews)

3 recommendations


iM3 SCM Suite

iM3 SCM’s Smart Warehouse Management (smartWMS) is a cloud-based software offered to its customers as a SaaS Application. iM3 SCM helps clients reduce their implementation costs to help increase ROI and productivity. From mul...Read more

4.32 (22 reviews)

2 recommendations


Tai TMS is an all-in-one platform for quoting, booking, and tracking shipments. Tai TMS focuses on helping freight brokers grow their businesses. Tai automates the LTL shipping process and provides FTL brokers with a centralized p...Read more

4.42 (50 reviews)

1 recommendations


Gatekeeper is a cloud-based vendor and contact management solution. Key features include automated alerts, customization and collaboration tools and integrations with other software. Users can manage contracts and vendor in...Read more

4.76 (46 reviews)

1 recommendations

Icertis Suite

Icertis provides cloud-based contract lifecycle management (CLM) solutions that enable businesses to manage all stages of a contract’s lifecycle. Key features include approval workflow, auto extraction, milestone tracking, contrac...Read more

4.39 (38 reviews)

1 recommendations



Our research shows that 52% of POs change after being issued. Our system automates PO line changes and enables supplier collaboration. Why this matters: · No more email, spreadsheets, ...Read more

4.73 (26 reviews)

1 recommendations


Buyers Guide

Last Updated: May 20, 2022

Here's what we'll cover:

What Is Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) Software?
Common Features of SRM Software
Evaluating SRM Software

What Is Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) Software?

A contract between a supplier and its customer goes through many stages through its lifecycle. In order to remain competitive, organizations have to take special care in maintaining efficient and cost-effective partnerships with their partners. The only way to be certain that suppliers are holding up their end of the bargain is to consistently evaluate their performance, a difficult task made easier by SRM software. SRM systems help users keep suppliers on their toes by monitoring their operations and revealing poor performance.

Common Features of SRM Software

Like customer relationship management (CRM) software, SRM is designed to manage relationships from initial contact and throughout ongoing purchasing cycles. However, since you’re managing supplier information, rather than customer information, the data has markedly different focus, including material databases, ratings and more. Users looking for a system with more robust features might be interested in vendor management systems.

Specific SRM features include:

Performance assessments SRM programs will allow the user to utilize key performance indicators (KPI) to perform quality assessments and a thorough awareness of deviations.
Risk assessments Scorecards enable supplier segmentation by user-defined risk variables, helping determine which partners present the least risk in the most important areas.
Centralized sourcing & collaboration SRMs use a centralized information database to streamline bidding, consolidate and distribute contracts, track compliance and improve collaboration.
Regulation compliance High-quality SRMs use rules engines and compliance scorecards to reduce the burden and improve the success of compliance protocols.

Evaluating SRM Software

Global economic trends have had a direct affect on the SRM software market. Over the last few years, more organizations have turned to SRM software to establish new ways to reduce spending and limit risk. In order to maximize supplier performance and get the most out of their spending, organizations are using SRM systems to build informed reports that will give them the advantage during contract evaluation and renegotiation. Meanwhile, the necessity of international relationships has stretched supply chains across the world, and many SRM vendors have improved the functionality of their system to keep up with this trend.

The process of evaluating and mitigating risk has to be more thorough than ever. By assisting users with escalation scenarios and other risk analyses, SRM systems will help users deal with the unforeseen problems of global trade. When selecting your SRM software, ask the following questions:

  • Is your organization looking for an on-premise, client/server deployment, or are you interested in the capabilities offered by web-based or cloud deployments?
  • Will the system allow you to compare supplier performances using your own set of weighted variables?
  • Does the system offer the necessary functionality to meet the unique needs of your organization? For example, can it monitor supplier compliance for the specific regulations that your industry deals with?
  • Will the system’s capabilities support your existing corporate frameworks for managing supplier relationships?