Woolworths Supermarkets & its producers strengthen relationship
Woolworths Australia has enhanced its supplier portal thanks to a new partnership with Solutions for Retail Brands.
Powered by supplierENGAGE, the updated Woolworths portal will allow producers to ask questions, access documents and stay up-to-date with company news and policies.
The Woolworths FoodCo Supplier Portal was first launched in August 2017.
Its aim was to allow Woolworths to work with its partners in production to innovate and improve products, while building engagement down the supply chain.
Head of Woolworths Australia FoodCo Supplier Development Clair Stevenson said the new technology would improve communications with suppliers.
“This will play a key part in us continuing to deliver great-quality products for our customers,” Stevenson said.
Solutions for Retail Brands (S4RB) Managing Director James Butcher said the portal gives all Woolworths partners easy access to a knowledge bank.
“It is designed to be intuitive and user friendly, including videos and an easy-to-fill form to submit questions,” Butcher said.
S4RB create and manage software to improve engagement and relationships between retailers, their own brand suppliers and customers.
S4RB are headquartered in Nottingham and Fort Worth, Texas and were founded just more than a decade ago.
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