Leg­end Valve adopts ven­dor man­aged in­ven­tory so­lu­tion


Leg­end Valve, man­u­fac­turer of valves, fit­tings, tubing and com­po­nents for plumb­ing and hy­dronic sys­tems, has adopted TrueCom­merce Datalliance’s ven­dor man­aged in­ven­tory ( VMI) plat­form to op­ti­mise re­la­tions with its strate­gic whole­salers. Specif­i­cally, the move to VMI will im­prove prod­uct line col­lab­o­ra­tion, per­for­mance met­ric track­ing and build­ing trust with trad­ing part­ners’ ex­ec­u­tive teams and ‘make its sup­ply net­work as ef­fec­tive as pos­si­ble’.

Larry Em­mert, Vice Pres­i­dent Op­er­a­tions at Leg­end said the in­vest­ment will en­sure full in­ven­tory man­age­ment vis­i­bil­ity for Leg­end Valve and its ma­jor trad­ing part­ners.

TrueCom­merce Datalliance is part of TrueCom­merce, a true man­aged ser­vices provider. With uni­fied com­merce ser­vices and apps, TrueCom­merce con­nects cus­tomers, sup­pli­ers, chan­nels, and sys­tems through a Global Com­merce Net­work that in­cludes more than 92,000 pre­con­nected re­tail­ers, distrib­u­tors and lo­gis­tics ser­vice providers.

TrueCom­merce says it has rev­o­lu­tionised trad­ing part­ner con­nec­tiv­ity, vis­i­bil­ity, and col­lab­o­ra­tion by link­ing sup­pli­ers, re­tail hubs and end con­sumers in one global com­merce net­work. The com­pany says its in­te­grated and fully-man­aged ser­vice so­lu­tions means cus­tomers of any size can eas­ily con­nect and col­lab­o­rate with any trad­ing part­ner. It says that with its proven ser­vice plat­form ‘that re­li­ably han­dles hun­dreds of mil­lions of trans­ac­tions an­nu­ally with­out the need for any cus­tomer in­ter­ac­tion’ means that from the fac­tory to the ware­house, from dis­trib­u­tor to re­tail store­front, users can achieve new lev­els of busi­ness con­nec­tiv­ity and per­for­mance with the world’s most com­plete com­merce net­work.

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