Epicor Software Corporation, a global provider of industry-specific enterprise software to promote business growth, announced today that it has acquired Majure Data, a leading provider of warehouse management solutions for the lumber and building materials (LBM) industry
DHL Global Forwarding, the air and ocean freight specialist of Deutsche Post DHL Group, is expanding its portfolio of new services and technologies to support the company’s focus on key growth sectors, particularly in life sciences and healthcare logistics
Syncsort, the global leader in Big Iron to Big Data software, recently announced new data integration capabilities that expand support for Microsoft Azure
Effective June 21, 2019, LEGACY Supply Chain Services acquired full ownership rights to Direct Shot Distributing from Harbert Mezzanine Partners. Direct Shot will become an operating subsidiary of LEGACY with rebranding beginning later in 2019
HighJump, a global provider of supply chain solutions, announces its selection by Mexican design furniture omnichannel retailer GAIA
Kalypso, a professional services firm helping clients discover, create, make and sell better products with digital, and a Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), recently announced it has achieved the Oracle Supply Chain Management (SCM) Cloud specialization within the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) Cloud Program
Software testing experts use defect management tools to record, execute and rectify test cases and reports. All these activities are carried out to ensure products’ quality assurance. With the growing software testing market, companies have come up with different test management tools. These tools play a vital role in ensuring software quality and make testing more efficient. When software testers have to pick a tool from a variety of choices, the following 5 mistakes should be avoided.
Revman International’s investment in CYBRA’s MarkMagic paid for itself in less than six weeks.
Mobile computing problems in the warehouse can place undue stress on employees and operations. Whether it’s connectivity or ergonomic issues, mobile technology in the warehouse can quickly hinder productivity rather than help employees work more efficiently when not strategically planned out.
Our world is becoming more and more connected every day. Connectivity can now be found in both consumer and commerical environments, from the smart phones in our pocket, to the equipment sensors in a factory. The IoT, and Industrial IoT, are becoming a part of our work and homelife. What is the “Internet of Things” and what does it mean for manufacturing?
Inefficient warehouse practices can cause companies to see smaller margins on their sales and services, so change management within the WMS is perpetually a hot topic. Some new feature or module comes along that can improve efficiency in labor or inventory, and you’re ready to see those savings.
Today’s motor vehicle is no longer for transportation only – it’s also a highly advanced mobile office that integrates voice, data, video, warning and operating systems. As new technologies evolve, vehicles are becoming more complex – and so do their upfits. Vehicle upfits for mobile offices must solve specific business problems and meet work function requirements, all while accounting for occupant safety and ergonomics concerns – not to mention time and budget constraints.
Omni-channel consumer demand has pushed the connection between shoppers and goods deeper into the supply chain, creating fundamental shifts in DC operations.
There’s no prescriptive approach to establishing true, seamless, anychannel retail commerce, but experts agree on four imperatives to the equation.
Increased online sales volume pushed a Midwestern appliance retailer to find a way to connect its e-commerce platform to ERP software, streamlining the ordering process and decreasing shipping times.
Mobile POS races to the bottom, customer service apps reign supreme, and BYOD begins to make perfect sense.
Take a look at some of the leading companies helping retailers with fulfillment and order management in today’s rapidly changing retail environment.
Consumer expectations of a seamless omni-channel experience are reinventing the supply chain.
Communication between retailers and suppliers will look very different in the near future. In order to meet the increasing demands of the consumer, control costs, and enhance collaboration, retailers and suppliers must improve processes for sharing data and extract as much value as possible from that data. The Trading Partner Interface of the Future, as conceptualized by RVCF, will achieve these goals while strengthening relationships between retailers and suppliers. By exploring the key areas of retailer-supplier communication, this report provides insights into what such a solution would entail and the business benefits it would create. Stakeholders in technology companies should take note that it is our vision that unrestricted, synchronized data sharing is the direction of the future.
Storeroom for Infor™ Distribution SX.e enables you, the distributor, to provide a level of service to your customers that goes beyond the typical distributor-customer relationship. Storeroom gives you the ability to manage your customers’ indirect material and machine supplies by monitoring the warehouse space they have set up for a toolcrib, industrial vending machines, maintenance repairs, and operations inventory.