HighJump announces its 2019 partner of the year winners for North America. The award recognizes three companies for unique and transformative integrations of HighJump’s suite of supply chain solutions to enable next-generation technologies and empower companies with the automated and connected supply chain of the future.
Quality Bicycle Products uses its employees’ insights to transform its supply chain. HighJump’s WMS technology has enabled the company to do so more effectively than ever.
Quality Bicycle Products (QBP) has always looked to maximize efficiency. Its founder, Steve Flagg, created a digital catalogue of his inventory shortly after entering business in 1981, enabling him to find and ship products the same day while most of his competitors spent much longer searching for parts.
Hollar is a rapidly growing eCommerce business, and a solid portion of that growth can be attributed to the company’s dedication to supply chain innovation.
Of the many technologies shaping our thinking about the supply chain industry, none hold as much promise or create as many questions as blockchain.
At HighJump’s annual user conference, Elevate, leading industry analysts Dwight Klappich of Gartner, Steve Banker of ARC Advisory Group, Victoria Brown of IDC and Piyush Dewangan of Quadrant Knowledge Solutions will discuss the potential this technology has to reshape how we think about the industry. The discussion will be led by Sean Elliott, chief technology officer of HighJump.
Amazon has become such a critical source of revenue for countless internet retailers, distributors and manufacturers that it can afford to make up all the rules and leave it up to third parties to figure out how to meet them. Such is the power wielded by a retailer with 38 percent year-over-year revenue growth.
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.
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.
HighJump is featured in the IDC Market Glance: Experiential Retail. The report provides an overview of the leaders and innovators in a number of retail technology categories.
HighJump recently announced its placement on the 2017 Inc 5000 list for a third consecutive year. The Inc 5000 list represents an exclusive look at America’s most successful independent companies. Along with its own ranking, HighJump is proud to announce that 26 of its customers have been included.
HighJump strives to grow its clients’ businesses with adaptable and easily integrated supply chain technology. HighJump’s continued growth and success is mirrored by its own customers who are accelerating their supply chain and businesses with the company’s solutions.