Savi Technology

Savi Technology

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Savi Technology provides the most scalable and complete logistics informatics solutions for government and commercial organizations that face critical decisions based on the location and status of their physical assets.

Savi Technology originally developed its strong and well-earned reputation within the logistics and supply chain operations of both US Department of Defense as well as allied defense forces, in the early 1990s. Under the harshest and most demanding conditions Savi Technology proved resilient when they became instrumental in helping US Troops track supplies, spare parts, and shipment materials through out Operation Desert Shield and Dessert Storm.

By the early 2000’s the use of tracking and logistics technology had become so essential to the movement and tracking of materials and supplies, that the US DoD issued a directive over the use of RFID tagging, mandating its use on shipments of materials and supplies. Savi Technology enjoyed rapid growth during the decade as additional military applications of the technology were rolled out and allied forces began to standardize on our technology. Savi currently has the world’s largest RFID network, in 52 countries.

As RFID technology became the accepted standard for tracking in the military, it also became popular in the commercial sector, and Savi expanded its business into select commercial applications.

Today, Savi continues to enjoy a leading position in serving the US and allied military, and sees growing demand for commercial applications that leverage Savi’s expertise in this area. Savi Technology will continue its history of innovation in the application of sense and respond technologies to the complex challenges of distributed, global and mission-critical supply chain logistics.  We are at an exciting time that is seeing the convergence of supply chain automation and wireless tracking technologies called Logistics Informatics.

Logistics Informatics is a rapidly emerging technology market focused on the location, security, physical condition, and business status of physical objects as they move across geography or are utilized in a business process or transaction.  Logistics Informatics has evolved from the supply chain automation market and provides dynamic organizations with a factual foundation for real-time business decision-making. At the core of Logistics Informatics are ‘sense and respond’ technologies that wirelessly track and monitor assets of high value to an organization.

Savi is a full service, end-to-end provider of Logistics Informatics solutions including specialized hardware used to ‘tag’ and ‘read’ assets, software to consolidate data from readers, specialized applications such as warehouse management, asset management or cargo tracking systems, and advanced reporting and analytic applications that improve enterprise decision making.

  • 3601 Eisenhower Avenue
  • Suite 280
  • Alexandria, VA 22304
  • United States
  • Phone: 571-227-7950
  • Toll Free: (888) 994-SAVI (7284)
  • Fax: 571-227-7960
  • Website: http://www.savi.com/

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Savi SmartChain

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avi SmartChain is the robust enterprise platform at the center of Savi’s solutions.  When you need the real-time information on shipments, supplies, equipment, and material that drives a dynamic enterprise, SmartChain is the answer.

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Savi Asset Management (AMA)

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WHEN YOU NEED TO KNOW NOW

Savi Asset Management (AMA) maximizes the utilization of business critical supply chain assets as they are shipped to and from suppliers, through manufacturing facilities and distribution centers, and to the end customer. Mobile supply chain assets, such as containers, pallets, racks, cages, totes, trays, railcars, trucks and trailers must be positioned and available to meet the day-to-day operational needs of the enterprise in depots, distribution centers, yards and ports. However, a lack of real-time visibility into the extended supply chain can cause a significant surplus of asset inventory, leading to excessive capital expenditure or lease, rental and demurrage costs.

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Savi Consignment Management Application (CMA)

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SUPPORTING THE WARFIGHTER

Few supply chains are as complex or as critical to survival as those that support military operations.  Ineffective inventory management results in a significant surplus of materiel in the total supply chain, critical local shortages at some key locations, and excessive transportation costs.

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Savi I-Guides

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When incorporated with Savi SmartChain, I-GUIDES users can go beyond DoD policy requirements and gain better control over the end-to-end visibility and management of their items, supply chain assets and inventory.

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Savi Readers

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Savi Readers

Savi provides customers with a wide range of fixed and mobile readers specific to each implementation. Fixed readers track items moving through gates and chokepoints or monitor assets within warehouses and yards. The fixed reader then forwards this data to Savi SmartChain or other applications using the SmartChain Developer’s Platform.

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Savi Tags

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Savi Tags are built to drive effective and accurate real-time tracking of assets and shipments throughout the global supply chain. Savi Tags enable organizations to access real-time information on the location of assets and shipments, as well as their condition and security status. Savi Tags have been battle tested globally for two decades, and they are what organizations around the world rely on to ensure their mission critical supplies reach their destination. Today, Savi Tags track hundreds of thousands of shipments per year in more than 50 countries across the global supply chain.

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Savi Mobile Tracking System 2.2

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KEEP CARGO FROM GOING ASTRAY

Cargo theft is a widespread problem, to the tune of more than $35 billion annually in the U.S. and significantly more on a global scale.  It affects economies, production, business relationships and the safe distribution relief aid around the world.

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