Relloe was started to make it easier for businesses to access quality manufacturing. As a supply chain as a service (SCaaS) company, Relloe is partnered with a network of world-class manufacturers, who serve global brands such as DKNY, GUESS, Ralph Lauren, Vineyard Vines, Hanna Andersson, Burberry, and Tommy Hilfiger — to name just a few. But Relloe’s mission is to offer supply chain solutions to every level of business, including the ones still in the ideation phase.
“At Relloe, we look at every relationship holistically,” explains Edward Routh, the company’s founder. “We understand that even big companies start small, so we don’t operate with a strict minimum order quantity. Instead, we work with our clients to fully understand their needs and evaluate each opportunity on a case-by-case basis.”
SCaaS exists under the umbrella of the “anything as a service” (XaaS) economy. These third-party providers serve clients with customized cloud-based digital solutions. Software as a Service (SaaS) is the most well-known and lucrative example of XaaS; examples of the most recognized SaaS brands are Dropbox, Slack, and G-Suite (Gmail, Google Drive, Google Docs, etc.), all of which serve both large businesses and personal users.
By outsourcing supply chain management needs with SCaaS, like Relloe, businesses can pass off the responsibility of one or more functions that comprise their supply chain management. The most common components of supply chain management often have to do with order management and fulfillment. Challenges can occur in several ways almost anywhere. For instance, if there is an issue with dispatching an order, SCaaS firms like Relloe offer logistic solutions through cloud-based technology that optimize and streamline the supply chain management process, enabling a more adaptive approach to fulfillment.
How Relloe Works
Relloe leverages SCaaS to provide its clients with an ecosystem of services, including sourcing, manufacturing, shipping, warehousing, and distribution. It provides features and services such as design, quality control, compliance, logistics administration and automation, sustainability, warehouse management, and manufacturer vetting.
Because SCaaS is a digital service empowered by cloud computing, it provides its users with instant and ongoing access to all of the data associated with the supply chain. As a result, businesses can leverage performance data to drive greater efficiencies at all stages of the supply chain. Implementing continuous improvements is one of the key benefits of utilizing SCaaS.
Reliable communication is critical when managing a supply chain. Partners are often across the country or across the world, and poor or lacking communication can cause ripple effects that cripple links further down the supply chain and, therefore, the entire business. Relloe knows this and ensures its clients are always connected to their supply chain providers.
Finding Peace of Mind In A Restless Industry
“Relloe is a SCaaS platform that is revolutionizing the way that brands make, ship, and track products,” explains Routh. “Our company is powered by a vetted network of manufacturers across 15 countries, providing brands with high quality, reliable, and sustainable manufacturing.”
The Relloe platform provides end-to-end supply chain visibility, giving brands the transparency they need over their supply chain. “In this industry, good, clear, and fast communication can be the difference between success and failure,” Routh adds. “Every Relloe client is assigned an onshore and offshore account manager to ensure they have 24/7 communication.”
Relloe is dedicated to being a one-stop shop for supply chain management with solutions for virtually every aspect of a supply chain cycle, all while being transparent about their cost. They understand the importance of competitive pricing, and with multiple layers in a supply chain, costs can increase rapidly. To serve every level of business, from startups to global brands, Relloe offers one solution to handle everything from front to back for a small platform fee charged to the manufacturer on each order.
At the end of the day, a supply chain should be optimized to make businesses money, not cost them more money.