If you are evaluating a new picking solution for your warehouse, you may have heard terms like “pick by voice”, “voice directed warehousing”, or “speech based picking”. While they may sound like different solutions, these are all phrases that refer to distribution solutions that use voice technology, and are most commonly called voice picking.
HighJump announced today that Onest Logistics of Mexico has selected HighJump™ warehouse management system (WMS) to optimize business operations for its anticipated growth.
The amount of high-value data worth visualizing is growing rapidly, with the majority offering actionable insights if analyzed properly. To capitalize on this, HighJump, today at ProMat 2017, unveiled actionable analytics for its supply chain analytics application, HighJump Pulse.
The HighJump™ Warehouse Edge, formerly AccellosOne WMS, community joined cloud expert, Jared Mendenhall, at Elevate 2017 to learn more about the robust cloud offering available for their warehouse management solution. With 20 plus years of cloud experience, HighJump™ OnDemand Cloud operations span across multiple solutions and geographies today with more than 8,000 customers utilizing this offering. HighJump also has dedicated cloud resources that are committed to providing its customers faster, better and more reliable service.
If you’re reading this post, you’re probably experiencing fulfillment challenges that are all-too-familiar to e-tailers. At the very least, you’re aware of them. There’s an unpredictability to the business – dramatic peaks and valleys in order volume, the need to quickly fulfill more single-line/single-unit orders and tight shipping windows (those last two are obviously tied together).
The challenges inherent to online retail keep mounting because customer expectations are ever-increasing. Industry leaders like Amazon have changed the game – consumers assume whatever they ordered will arrive quickly without thinking about what it takes to actually get it to them. If it’s not a seamless, enjoyable experience, buyers will seek other options.
by Karen Kroll, Contributing Writer for MSDynamicsWorld
MSDynamicsWorld.com sat down with with Nicholas Manolis, president of TrueCommerce, for a Q&A about the demands that he sees clients in the Dynamics ERP space facing today, and the technology and business trends
that are shaping the future.
If the B2B world is expected to provide a retail-like experience, they are now getting a lesson in commerce that the B2C world has been learning for the last decade.
Topics: EDI Solutions
River Valley Holdings headquartered in Syracuse, New York is a full service grocery distributor serving retail customers across the Northeast since 1985. River Valley combines expertise in products and categories with hands-on service at store level to maximize its customers’ profitability. The company specializes in providing exceptional products and services to customers in the grocery, specialty, convenience and drug store channels. The diverse line of specialty, gluten free, natural, ethnic, snack, frozen and dry grocery products make up over 12,000 SKUs in its 225,000 square foot warehouse that spans across three facilities.
HighJump and Nova Cold Logistics (NCL) announced that NCL is now tapping into the full potential of the cloud with HighJump’s 3PL WMS Solution. With the latest version of HighJump’s’ solution, NCL has streamlined the workflows amongst its five dispersed locations, resulting in increased productivity and enhanced quality of service for its customers.
Scalability was pivotal to Binzagr, a Saudi Arabia-based distributor of consumer packaged goods. From apparel, to food, to tires, the company needed a means to keep up with the increasing volume of fast-moving goods from multinational brands passing through its three dispersed distribution centers.
It all started with a viral video.
In March 2012, Dollar Shave Club founder Michael Dubin took $2,000 from a college friend to create a hilarious, low-budget ad recorded in a warehouse. That video quickly became an internet sensation and kicked off the business’ explosive growth. There was not nearly enough inventory to fulfill the influx of orders, so the subscription-based razor and men’s care company had to politely inform its new customers it could be up to two months before they received their orders. And most of them were willing to wait.