UDEX has been chosen by King to provide data cleansing services critical to their implementation of e-procurement within the
King Distribution & Services is one of
King is also the first 'non-food' distributor to fully embrace the industry-wide Optimum Foodservice Supply Chain Initiative (OFSCI).
OFSCI, a collaboration of leading operators, distributors and manufacturers, aims to provide a platform for improving operational efficiencies throughout the supply chain.
David Kelly, European Purchasing and Supply Chain Director at King said:
"King has worked hard with other members of OFSCI to develop industry standards for orders, acknowledgements, invoicing, bar codes and product data. These standards aim to help the industry become more efficient. To do this, we need consistent, accurate data. That is why UDEX has been chosen to help achieve our goals. With 375 suppliers in the
Leigh Glendinning, Key Account Manager at UDEX, said:
"The move by King to adopt the UDEX system sees us expand further afield into the non-food service sector. Poor data quality causes errors, inconsistency and inefficiency, ultimately affecting a company's competitiveness, reputation and financial returns. This is why more and more people are realising that UDEX's data quality services can save both them, and their suppliers a great deal of money and make their business more efficient. We look forward to working with King to achieve their goal of consistent, accurate data."