HighJump announces its status as an Acumatica-Certified Application (ACA). Building on HighJump’s existing strategic partnership with the leading cloud-based ERP, the certification exemplifies HighJump’s dedication and continued evolution to empower companies of all sizes with the connected, automated supply chain of the future.
At NRF 2019, HighJump unveiled how it will lead the digital transformation (DX) of retail execution. Through the cloud, warehouse control, voice technology and warehouse simulation, HighJump empowers retailers worldwide with the connected, automated supply chain of 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 has again been appointed to Inbound Logistics’ 2018 Top 100 Logistics IT Providers. This year’s win is a result of HighJump’s solutions and services enabling supply chain professionals to revolutionize workflows with the automated and connected supply chain of tomorrow.
“Staying competitive in the supply chain landscape means turning what many consider barriers into opportunities,” said Chad Collins, CEO of HighJump. “HighJump is and will continue driving the innovation and providing the services and support of a global network of partners that enhances each step of the process - from the warehouse to the storefront, from the desktop to the driver’s cab.”
HighJump announces the appointment of Chief Technology Officer Sean Elliott to the Food Logistics Champions: Rock Stars of the Supply Chain. Under Elliott’s leadership, food and beverage companies across the globe are revolutionizing their workflows with innovative solutions propelling them into the supply chain of future.
With its mission of providing Americans with quality food at an affordable price, Thrive Market has teamed up with HighJump to become a major player in the online grocery shopping sphere.
Thrive Market has never shied away from a challenge. Since its launch in late 2015, the online grocer has set out to change the country’s eating habits by improving access to quality health and wellness products with a novel approach to grocery shopping.
Since 1994, Convoy of Hope has been bringing help and optimism to those that are impoverished and suffering throughout the world. The non-profit organization has helped more than 80 million people globally sharing food, water, emergency supplies, agricultural know-how, and opportunities that empower people to live independent lives, free from poverty, disease and hunger.
HighJump awarded five women with its first-annual Top Women Leaders in Supply Chain awards at its user conference, Elevate. The honorees were selected based on their exemplary work within their own companies while driving innovation forward for the industry overall.
This year’s Women Leaders in Supply Chain award recipients include: