- What makes the e-SOD technologies unique?
- What equipment do I need to utilize e-SOD technologies within my supply chain.
- What do you mean by information "on demand"?
- Am I handing over proprietary information about my company potentially to a third party?
- Will my data be safe online?
- How long before we see a return on our investment?
- What do you back up and how often? How long do you keep backups? Do you store backups off-site?
---------------------What makes the e-SOD technologies unique?
e-SOD's technology literally tracks the unique footprint of an sku (serial number) from its origin at the supplier level through to its ultimate destination - the consumer. As a supplier, your entire supply chain's inventory and sales are available "on click".
e-SOD technologies are accessible through a secure web-based control panel. A computer with high speed internet access is all that is required.
e-SOD technologies provides a hosted and managed service for you 24/7. When you need information or need to implement a change ... you simply login.
e-SOD uses the internet as its technological backbone to deliver key information to your partners. You own the data, you decide exactly what data is made available, and who is authorized to receive it. e-SOD technologies will simply deliver it - securely and reliably.
At any time, all data is located in at least 3 separate locations. e-SOD Primary databases are slaved to a secondary databases. In the event that a primary database fails, we immediately fail-over to our secondary database. In the event that a primary and secondary database fails content could be pulled from an external "off-site" server.
Your ROI depends on your ability to utilize these technologies throughout your supply chain. Because of its ease of implementation and low startup costs, e-SOD has the potential to deliver immediate financial returns due to increased visibility of your supply chain process.
e-SOD performs incremental backups every night with full backups performed once a week. An offsite location is used to store these backups as an added precaution.