With today’s dynamic marketing calling for more scalable, reliable, flexible, and cost effective supply chain execution solutions, a cloud warehouse management system (WMS) is a great fit for many businesses. At this year’s Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, HighJump is announcing its partnership with Oracle Cloud. This partnership bolsters the HighJump™ Cloud WMS, helping customers solve today’s challenges and prepare for the future.
HighJump announced the availability of the HighJump Warehouse Control System integrated with the HighJump Warehouse Management System. Designed from two decades of successful deployments worldwide, the HighJump WCS provides supply chain professionals with a comprehensive solution suite to fully capitalize on the connected and automated warehouse of tomorrow.
Like lead-based paint and gas guzzling automobiles there’s no looking back on the rollercoaster that is today’s supply chain. Fast-forward to today, and you know how the story goes: delivery times shrink while convenience and customer expectations skyrocket. On top of that, nobody can name their baby Alexa because Amazon practically trademarked it.
For some, the challenges might feel overwhelming. For others, it’s like the open range, full of possibility.
Topics: supply chain
We’re living in a truly unique time for supply chain. At the risk of sounding dramatic, there are convergences happening right now in our industry changing how businesses need to think about their warehouse management systems, operations, customers, and fulfillment. Think about it:
- Customers seek brands that provide personal experiences, yet…
- They also want the all of conveniences online shopping provides, meanwhile…
- Businesses face a shrinking workforce to deliver on all these customer expectations while…
- They look for ways to increase throughput and lower cost per unit in their supply chain and foster repeat business.
Topics: supply chain
HighJump, in partnership with independent software developer, innovator and team augmentation partner iWMS, is modernizing the operations of leading manufacturer of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) BIDCO Africa Limited. This is one of many recent global new customers for HighJump, and displays both HighJump’s and BIDCO Africa Limited’s commitment to empower customers worldwide with the digital, connected, and automated supply chain of the future.
PROFITsystems, a HighJump product and leading provider of solutions for home furnishings retailers, unveils the top considerations for independent retailers to manage and design the showroom of the future. These insights, based on 40 years of success, empower companies of all sizes to meet the increasingly complex and growing demands of today’s omnichannel landscape and the consumer of tomorrow.
HighJump is bringing its capabilities for the connected, automated supply chain of the future deeper into the Latin American market with andlogistics.
HighJump, in partnership with independent software developer, innovator and team augmentation partner iWMS, is empowering leading South African third-party logistics (3PL) provider Monteagle Logistics to evolve its operations with the connected and automated supply chain of the future.
This latest success exemplifies HighJump’s rapid international growth and capabilities to meet the unique needs of 3PL providers.
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Several decades ago, voice technology got its beginnings in the warehouse as a way to increase productivity and accuracy in the picking process. The basic premise of the technology was that it allowed the workers to move through the warehouse without anything to distract them or tie up their hands- a stark difference from the traditional picking styles of RF scanners and paper. Once warehouses began to realize the benefits of voice they began to expand their use beyond picking, and then beyond the warehouse altogether.