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SourceDay Partners with Decision Resources, Inc., a Leading ERP Solution Provider

Newly backed by Norwest Venture Partners, SourceDay continues momentum with strategic ERP partnerships

(AUSTIN, Texas) July 12, 2022SourceDay, a leading supply chain procurement collaboration engine for direct spend materials and one of Austin’s fastest-growing companies, today announced its partnership with Decision Resources, Inc. (DRI) a leading enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution provider for manufacturers.

More than 12,000 global manufacturers, distributors and suppliers use SourceDay, with many currently relying on the SaaS solution to manage purchase order changes and supplier collaboration. SourceDay broke records in 2021 with the addition of thousands of new platform users. To date, SourceDay has processed more than $124 billion in direct spend for its global customers. The new partnerships will enhance SourceDay’s ability to help its customers mitigate supply chain risk as the pandemic continues to impact suppliers.

“Supply chain more than ever is top of mind for companies. Business leaders and board members are discussing their supply chain and making investments to improve supplier performance while reducing risk making this an exciting time for SourceDay and DRI to partner. DRI is the trusted advisor to their customers. By partnering, DRI customers will improve supplier  collaboration and supplier performance with our best in class solution while keeping their Infor Syteline ERP update and accurate,” said Clint McRee, COO and co-founder of SourceDay.

As an Infor Gold Channel partner, Decision Resources, Inc., (DRI) has completed over 400 ERP implementations. As it continues to grow, DRI is always seeking partnerships to benefit its expanding customer base.

“DRI is pleased to announce its partnership with SourceDay. These solutions will add significant value to our customers, particularly now as many manufacturers are affected by unpredictable supply chain disruptions,” said Sam DeBone, vice president of sales and marketing at DRI. “We look forward to a long and mutually rewarding relationship with SourceDay.”

About SourceDay

Today more than ever, supply chains are broken, unstable and disrupting organizations throughout the world. SourceDay helps small to large organizations solve their complex supply chain challenges in manufacturing, distribution and consumer product goods. SourceDay provides unique collaboration software that bridges the legacy gap between suppliers and the ERP by automating purchase order (PO) changes throughout the entire direct spend lifecycle. With SourceDay’s suite of collaborative products, procurement teams can trace a single part from PO issuance to acknowledgment and final delivery, giving organizations unprecedented visibility into the first mile of their supply chain. To transform your PO management, visit and follow us on LinkedIn here.

About Decision Resources, Inc. (DRI)

Decision Resources, Inc. (DRI) is a leading provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions for manufacturers. The company was founded in 1978 and implemented its first ERP system in 1985. 35 years later, that company remains a DRI customer. Since then, the company has completed over 400 ERP implementations. DRI’s manufacturing expertise encompasses a variety of industries, including equipment manufacturing, food processing, electronics manufacturing, aerospace and defense, oil and gas, metal fabrication, foundries and forging, and more.

DRI is an Infor Gold Channel Partner and supports the most ERP customers of any Infor partner. In 2020 and 2021, DRI was recognized as an Infor partner of the year for its commitment to modernizing customers’ businesses by moving them from on-premises to cloud solutions.

DRI is headquartered in Pittsburgh with satellite offices in Chicago, Wichita, and Austin. In addition to its physical locations, DRI employs a remote workforce of business consultants, software developers, project managers, and manufacturing experts that are positioned throughout the U.S., allowing the company to support manufacturing sites all over the country.