Inmar (Winston-Salem, NC) – Supply chain visibility is key for forward flows, but also reverse flows. Returned product can be a symptom of buying/selling too much (overstocks), stocking wrong products for the stores’ market (wrong assortment) or introducing new products that fail (product failures). All of these symptoms affect inventory and impact the ability to balance cost and customer service requirements. The new norm will require that balance.
CaseStack (Santa Monica, CA) – Smaller budgets should not translate into sacrificing quality, downsizing distribution or compromising corporate commitments.
CDC Software (Atlanta) – Going back to basics is about being efficient and better utilizing existing resources to produce the same volume with fewer personnel, less material or in less time.
Cambar Solutions (Charleston, SC) – Embrace the growth challenges of your mid-market company by improving operational efficiencies and reducing costs in your warehouse and distribution center operations with Cambar Solutions’ Warehouse Management System (WMS).
Celsis International Ltd. (Chicago) – Leverage an enabler that can help you create a supply chain that is defined by more responsive manufacturing processes and streamlined operation.
Choice Logistics (New York) – Look for service providers that can consolidate a diversity of solutions under one offering to meet the breadth of your service needs.
CipherLab USA (Plano, TX) – Maximizing the bottom line for customers is priority No. 1. Focus on solutions that minimize over- or under-stocking with real-time automation.
Descartes Systems Group (Waterloo, Ontario) – For logistics intensive organizations, a federated network offers an inter-enterprise collaborative model that unites all members.
DiCentral (Houston, Texas) – Look for solutions that unlock data typically trapped in ERPs and legacy WMS, enabling you to share information across boundaries.
D.W. Morgan Company, LLC (Pleasanton, CA) – Tap a service provider that can combine on-the-ground resources in key, global manufacturing locations with real-time visibility tools and strategic consulting so that you can extend into new markets.
Fujitsu America, Inc. (Sunnyvale, CA) – Engage with enablers that can deliver granular insights on your current workflows and then help define best practices and standardize processes.
HighJump Software (Eden Prairie, MN) – Companies that are ready to experience the benefits of a tier-one WMS or TMS without all the upfront costs are turning to Cloud-based offerings.
IES, Ltd. (Midland Park, NJ) – Look for solution providers that offer a foundational platform upon which to build by adding modules and/or functionality as you grow.
Knighted (Ossining, NY) – To achieve supply chain excellence at lower costs and more quickly, consider augmenting and extending your past investments.
LeanLogistics, Inc. (Holland MI) – Transportation professionals need to take advantage of every opportunity for collaboration with trading partners.
Manhattan Associates (Atlanta) – Don’t simply accommodate and account for operational silos, literally break them down.
Next View Software, Inc. (Orange, CA) – Implement Labor Management & Productivity solutions to optimize labor performance, measure productivity, improve workflow processes and create an environment and culture where everybody is on board with productivity improvements.
Optricity (Research Triangle Park, NC) – Beware “optimization” hype. True supply chain optimization technologies take a unique skill set to adequately build, and the proof is in the results based on implementation.
PINC Solutions (Berkeley, CA) – Asset visibility & management solutions leveraging wireless technologies automate data collection and provide users with accurate, timely information.