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Within SDI you’ll find industry professionals who specialize in the inner workings of the industries we serve. We understand your world, and how to apply Best-in-Class strategies and processes that make it work more efficiently – and more profitably.
 
SDI makes it simple, affordable, and efficient for school districts to procure the supplies they need by eliminating the hassle and uncertainty of finding individual suppliers who are already overwhelmed by demand.

Access a large, diverse pool of suppliers

Through SDI, school systems have access to a strategic reserve of PPE supplies and essential materials from a vast network of vetted, secured and contracted suppliers.

SDI offers a proven end-to-end supply chain management solution that includes thousands of suppliers.

Competitive pricing

SDI makes it simple, affordable, and efficient for school systems to procure the supplies they need by eliminating the hassle and uncertainty of finding individual suppliers who are already overwhelmed by demand.

How schools can get enough masks and PPE to reopen safely

Build a strategic reserve of essential materials

SDI partners with school systems to assess their need for PPE supplies and essential materials. This process involves quantitative and qualitative research to understand each district’s unique situation and forecast what consumption could look like based on SDI’s deep background and expertise in supply chain management.

With support from SDI’s PPE-as-a-Service technology, school systems can achieve a resilient PPE and essential materials supply chain to protect against future supply and demand shocks.
 
Learn how New York City’s Department of Education got ahead of the supply chain disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic

Success Story

It is important for my MRO supply chain provider to have a general understanding of my business--SDI knows my business from end to end.

SDI at Work

Data standardization is part of Google’s new initiative to help people find relevant datasets.  With a recent study from Data Science Central, it’s estimated that data scientists spend 60% of their time preparing data for analysis, rather than performing the analysis itself.  Therefore, the goal of this schema is to drive standardization so that more time can be spent analyzing it.  

Employee Spotlight

Kathy Odom is an Inventory Analyst at the Ascend Plant in Pensacola, FL.