In our experience, many businesses that receive rebate revenue from suppliers, don't have the means to be able to check that it is correct.
DealTrack Blog — Rebate Management System
When people ask us about integration, the answer is simple.
DealTrack can accept data from anywhere so long as it is detailed enough.
We aren’t tied to any particular ERP systems or EDI providers, and we have over 20 years integration experience.
There probably isn’t a system or standard that we haven’t come across already.
This business had used a bespoke system to manage rebate earnings for some time, but rebates were calculated at a very high level and were based on data provided by suppliers rather than their own data.
They reviewed the situation and estimated that by making calculations at a more granular level of detail, they could significantly increase the level of rebate claims within the existing deal structures.
This business manages over 1m stocked items, the majority of which have some kind of associated rebate deal. Within the first 12 months of operation they recognised a 200% return on their investment in DealTrack software.
They had previously built a rebates module as part of their bespoke financial system. However, whilst this had been built to specification, over time it lacked the flexibility to manage every type of deal.
For spring / early summer we have a series of three webinars planned to share more detail about our 3 step approach to profitable growth through:
Mastering rebate accounting and maximising profit from rebate deals;
Being prepared for and executing on smarter supplier negotiations;
Collaborating with suppliers for mutually profitable growth.
Topics: Rebate Management, Procurement Excellence, Rebate Management & Compliance, Rebate Accounting, Industry Sector: Building Materials, Industry Sector: Wholesale Distribution, Rebate Management & Growth, Industry Sector: Retail, Industry Sector: Buying Groups, Rebate Management System
Trading agreements involving rebates are prevalent in many industries such as building materials, lumber, HVAC, electrical distributors, buying groups of all types and other wholesale distribution businesses.
Rebates are used by suppliers to these industries to influence purchase decisions and drive profitable growth for both the supplier and the wholesaler.
Our buyers’ guide is aimed at those wanting to choose a system to address the issues posed by managing rebate agreements.
Learn why organisations are looking for specialist rebate management software to solve their issues, and how our implementation methodology leads to not only accurate rebate claims, but significant profitable business growth.
We've had great feedback from our recent webinar, so I wanted to share the content with those who didn't make it on the day. This blog provides a summary of the topics we discussed:
Founded in 2005, XLVets is one of the UK's leading veterinary groups sharing experience, knowledge and skills whilst providing economies of scale for member practices. On behalf of its members, the group establishes deals for pharmaceutical supplies and accessories with manufacturers and wholesalers. It also works alongside academic bodies and commercial research and manufacturing companies to place its members at the forefront of veterinary science.
Over 150 premises
More than 500 vets