American Wholesale is a trillion-dollar industry that is often stuck with outdated, clunky systems. Around 90% of the wholesale industry is made up of SMBs, which are often run by owners who likely wear multiple hats and can use upwards of five unique systems to manage their day-to-day operations. Add it all up and you’ve got a process that is unnecessarily complex and error prone. Knowing how much technology has advanced in the last 20-30 years, it’s painfully clear that technology has been underserving the wholesale industry for too long – with many businesses struggling with tools that are not automated or digital-friendly and outdated, non-cohesive supply chain management.
DigitBridge rolls all your systems up into one end-to-end ERP solution that allows you to manage the entire lifecycle of your omni-channel sales, purchasing, and inventory management processes in real-time. We also offer an ideal model for dropshipping (i.e., B2B2C), using our robust integrations to manage all information flowing from wholesalers to retailers. Regardless of what your business model is, we’re designed to fit it.
Omni-Channel ERPSolution to help you run your business manually and digitally.
Sales Order Management & A/R Reconciliation to manage your entire order lifecycle from creation through reconciliation at scale.
Purchase OrderManagement & A/P Reconciliation giving you control over the entire P/O process including digital reconciliation.
Inventory & Catalog Management allowing you to track the full product lifecycle from creation onward.
Returns & Refunds managed with simple efficiency.
Manufacturing BOM & WIP to track each and every step of the manufacturing process.
CRM to keep track of your customers and understand buying behaviors for market analytics.
Dropship Capabilities to give you ease of communication between you and all partners.
Robust Data Analytics& Real-Time Insight to show you advanced, customizable reports on all aspects of your business operations.
Did you know?
While the adoption of ERP systems among SMBs has been on the rise in recent years, fewer than 60% are reported to have implemented an ERP mostly because they tend to be cost-prohibitive.