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06/06/2022

Daymon Opens Supplier Portal To The Market

The release marks an evolution in supplier connections, facilitating organizations across the world in participating within the product discovery journey.
Greg Sleter
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Daymon has opened up its Supplier Portal to the open market.

The release marks an evolution in supplier connections, facilitating organizations across the world in participating within the product discovery journey, company officials said. The Supplier Portal was designed to help manufacturers digitize their vital public information, guaranteeing current and prospective business partners are properly represented within the system, ensuring all opportunities—both short and long-term—are identified and made available in a timely and effective manner. 

This proprietary tool is aimed at driving business for both manufacturers, retailers and other trading partners.

“The Supplier Portal is our way of relaying recent, relevant and reliable information in an easy-to-use platform,” said Kyle Patterson, vice president of Client Services at Daymon. “Bringing our customers the most effective practices for getting products to shelf is how Daymon has done business over the last 51 years – providing support that is driven by people and augmented by technology.”

Previously, brand development agencies such as Daymon or customers supported by Daymon relied on direct communication relaying capacity, credentials and contacts to develop private brands at retailers. Within the past 10years, Daymon began digitizing this type of information within a searchable database to ensure their North American and Global sourcing teams are capturing the knowledge of customer RFP processes, hot trends, or opportunistic pioneering efforts. 

With this knowledge on hand, they were able to more accurately track product development or contract manufacturing considerations with ready and willing manufacturers, importers, or other sources of supply to increase speed to market, company officials said