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.
Buton eBusiness Solutions has been a trusted provider of enterprise software solutions and services in Turkey since 1998. Based in Istanbul, Buton delivers reliable and usable out-of-the box solutions to customers spanning the supply chain to customer service.
Otimis provides expertise and technology to optimize the logistical processes of its clients, ranging from wholesalers to e-commerce. In partnership with HighJump since 2004, Otimis has helped some of LATAM’s largest organizations enhance supply chain efficiency.
Exclusively using HighJump’s solutions and voice systems, the South American supply chain provider initially partnered with HighJump for its flexibility and adaptability to meet the needs of its diverse customer base. Since then, Otimis has utilized HighJump at more than 50 distribution centers with more than 4,000 users.
The opportunity for logistics companies in Sri Lanka to enhance their workflows with supply chain management solutions is immense. At the CILT International Conference 2017, HighJump partner ITX 360 makes this a reality by providing an overview of the top technologies available.
When it came time for Saudi distributor and manufacturer Binzagr to implement HighJump™ Warehouse Advantage WMS, the business had to proceed with caution.
Binzagr has 36 sites spread across 21 locations throughout Saudi Arabia with four supply chains – food, non-food, cold and auto – and partners with prominent brands like Kraft, Tyson Foods, Hershey’s, Dunlop Tires and Unilever. It moves 700,000-800,000 cartons per day across that network. All of the products it handles start in the flagship location in Jeddah, along the Red Sea coast, and are distributed to different locations from there. The scale of the operation means any disruption in business could have a significant financial impact and damage critical relationships with suppliers and customers.
HighJump announced today that Onest Logistics of Mexico has selected HighJump™ warehouse management system (WMS) to optimize business operations for its anticipated growth.
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.
David Houser, Senior Vice President, HighJump and Albert Rang, Vice General Manager, ALP
HighJump, a global provider of supply chain network solutions, announced today that Ally Logistic Property has selected HighJump WMS for its rollout at several distribution centers in Taiwan. ALP, a Taipei-based third-party logistics provider and developer of logistics facilities, opened a 150,000-square-meter smart logistics park called “Logistic Republic” in Northern Taipei, as well as added 10,000 square meters of space in Taoyuan County.
David Houser, Senior VP of International Sales at HighJump, with Helcio Lenz, CEO of Otimis
HighJump, a global provider of supply chain network solutions, announced today a new strategic relationship with Otimis, an organization focused exclusively on HighJump solutions and voice systems. The two companies will collaborate on projects throughout Latin America, focusing on localized marketing, pre-sales, implementation, and in-language customer support.