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PPE As-a-Service

For most organizations, having all of their eggs in one basket during the COVID-19 pandemic and supply chain disruption proved detrimental and has revealed the need to manage PPE (personal protective equipment) as a critical supply chain, as organizations were challenged to keep their employees and customers safe. PPE and essential materials are now mission critical to ensure compliance with future regulations, to meet insurance requirements, and as part of collective bargaining agreements.
 
50 years of managing MRO as a Supply Chain, with the infrastructure, supply network, process expertise, and technology to support it has culminated in SDI’s PPE As-a-Service℠  offering. PPE As-a-Service℠  allows organizations to diversify and spread the risk across our leveraged supplier network rather than relying on a sole supplier.
 
Explore the different PPE As-a-Service℠  solutions below or check out our ZEUS supply chain technology platform that enables our offerings. While is no one size fits all model, we offer several ways to get started. It’s a collaborative approach, and SDI designs the supply chain solution that delivers certainty of outcomes for our customers.  Customers can achieve is a resilient PPE/essential materials supply chain to protect against future supply and demand shocks with any of the below solutions or through a combination of them.

ppe inventory management
Manage your PPE inventory with strategic inventory reserves and surge support.
ppe risk assessment
Take action to mitigate future supply stocks.

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