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.
From e-commerce, to drop shipping, to traditional store replenishment, supply chain professionals must handle multiple order types. For many, efficiently managing this array of workflows is a daunting task. With the right technologies in tow, their challenges quickly turn into opportunities for new revenue streams and enhanced customer experiences.
Based on successfully enhancing the workflows of more than 4,000 customers worldwide, HighJump has outlined the top technology considerations for supply chain professionals to capitalize on emerging omnichannel fullfillment strategies leading into 2018 and beyond.
Due to its rapid growth, Jack’s needed more space to store and manage its growing product offerings. This resulted in many separate storage locations with Jack’s having very little control over processes, inventory, receiving, dispatch, and labour.
More than 10,000 warehousing and logistics professionals will travel to the India Warehousing Show in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi this month to discuss the latest supply chain trends in the country. This includes representatives from HighJump, who will demo and present the possibilities with the cloud and big data.
HighJump's warehouse management system (WMS) software has been positioned amongst the technology leaders in the global WMS market by Quadrant Knowledge Solutions, a global advisory and consulting firm focused on helping clients achieve business transformation goals with strategic business and growth advisory services.
The recognition stems from company initiatives and product enhancements to provide warehouse customers with the tools and capabilities to succeed in today’s complex supply chain landscape.
Deepwater Global Distribution (DGD) selected HighJump warehouse management system (WMS) to gain end-to-end supply chain transparency and satisfy increasingly complex vendor compliance requirements.
Hamstrung by its existing WMS, DGD engaged in a WMS selection process and selected HighJump WMS to better optimize outbound order processes and improve inventory management.
HighJump has been named as a leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Retail Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) 2017 Vendor Assessment (doc # US40330016, March 2017).
The recognition follows a series of key initiatives and product releases in its endeavor to provide retail customers with the tools and capabilities to succeed in today’s omni-commerce world through a truly unified commerce experience.