SDI, Inc., a leader in digital supply chain services and solutions, and the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) are expanding upon a 20 year partnership to extend cleaning, maintenance and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) materials to non-public schools.
“This expansion is about protecting people, and creating a sustainable solution that serves the needs of all students, faculty and staff,” said Kelly Kleinfelder, Chief Information Officer & SVP, Information Technology at SDI. “SDI is eager to extend the supply chain we’ve built over 20 years with NYCDOE, ensuring every institution is able to access the materials they need, when they need them.”
Non-public institutions in New York will receive access to the same materials and pricing as New York’s public schools, including cleaning and maintenance supplies and PPE. District and school leaders can leverage SDI’s digital catalog to order materials as needed from a growing list of options. SDI is currently integrating its technology system with NYCDOE to ensure compliance and interoperability.
To learn more about SDI, please visit https://www.sdi.com.
SDI is a Digital Supply Chain Solutions firm with a focused practice in Indirect Materials, Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) supply, and Industrial/Facilities Technology. We go to market through an innovative As-a-Service offering, delivering custom solutions and results designed to improve our client’s MRO and PPE supply chain performance. Using a custom suite of products, services and tools, SDI’s platform coordinates, aligns and optimizes every step of the digital supply chain. Lower costs, smarter inventories and more reliable production are all natural results from a more connected supply chain. To learn more visit: http://www.sdi.com
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