The fifth 3PL Value Creation Summit in Chicago took place on October 24th-26th. The summit was an occasion for 3PL executives, technology innovators and investment leaders to discuss the future of the 3PL industry and explore new ways to improve logistical operations. The event was a huge success, featuring noteworthy panel discussions from high profile third-party logistics (3PL) providers, including HighJump’s Chief Operating Officer, Joe Couto.
HighJump today announced it is the recipient of an SDCE Green Supply Chain Award for 2017. This is the 6th consecutive win for the company. Supply & Demand Chain Executive (SDCE), the executive's user manual for successful supply and
It’s impossible for retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers to deny the allure of Amazon Prime.
That checkmark followed by the five blue letters next to your product offer a massive opportunity – the kind that could change your business forever. Not only is the list of Prime members growing each and every day, but many of those members order primarily or exclusively items guaranteed to be at their doorstep in two days.
Founded in 2001, Red Hawk LLC is a wholesale supplier of golf cart parts and accessories that sells directly to retail dealers and distributors only. The company sells top quality products, such as control cables, carburetors, engine parts, rear sear kits, aluminum wheels and more. Today, Red Hawk is operating out of two distribution centers located in Baltimore, Maryland and Jacksonville, Florida.
Voice technology helps HighJump WMS users extend their logistics and fulfillment processes. It offers the promise of hands-free, eyes-free, wireless access to the information needed to drive key warehouse processes and has become an important component in the success of many IT strategies.
Like the traditional RF-based scanners, voice solutions center on a small, wireless mobile device. The difference is that voice delivers instructions verbally through a headset and captures responses using a microphone, eliminating the need to stop, look at a screen, and key in a quantity or scan a barcode. Coupled with a wireless headset, voice users can completely remove the need to have the mobile device on their body, offering even more freedom of mobility compared to traditional RF units.
Staying competitive in today’s increasingly dynamic and complex supply chain landscape requires the latest technologies. This includes solutions to digitize and automate each step of the workflow, enabling logistics professionals to evolve their supply chains to be more efficient and effective than ever before.
HighJump’s acquisition by Körber is featured in a recent IDC perspective. Analysts John Santagate and Victoria Brown analyze the new relationship in detail, including how it allows each company to expand and enhance their offerings for supply chain professionals across the globe.
Jofran, Inc. is a leading importer and distributor of home furnishings from around the world with factories in Asia, Vietnam, China and Indonesia. The furniture manufacturer also has a 3PL that just recently opened in Moreno Valley, CA and has its own distribution center just right outside of Boston, MA. With a commitment to creating affordable and functional furniture with style, Jofran needed to evolve its time-consuming business processes in order to keep up with demand and ensure superior customer satisfaction.
“Elevate is a must have for anybody using the HighJump software.” 2017 Elevate Attendee.
Join us March 11 -14 2018 at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center for HighJump’s annual user conference. Elevate 2018 will give customers the opportunity to come together with industry peers and learn more about the technologies to elevate their businesses.
If the best possible location is not available, you want to place it in the next best location and so on and so forth. In HighJump's Enterprise 3PL solution you tell the system the criteria that you wish it to use for the purpose of identifying the best and the next best locations.
You define your criteria by means of sequences. Each sequence contains a number of parameters for selecting a location. The following example shows five sequences that progressively define increasingly less desirable locations.