We provide a full suite of flexible and robust end-to-end supply chain software solutions to deliver success - every time.
Softeon Orchestrates Order Fulfillment like a Maestro.
Benefit from orchestrated fulfillment at the network and individual distribution center levels to reduce costs and meet customer commitments.
Delivering the Warehouse of the Future - Today.
Softeon provides a unique approach to DC optimization and management of materials handling technologies, including Voice, Smart Carts, Pick-to-Light, Put Wall, Mobile Robots and more.
Delivering Supply Chain Success - Every Time.
Only Softeon has a 100% track record of deployment success and the supply chain execution sector’s most satisfied customers.
"That's why we chose Softeon."
Meet the people who have partnered with us and hear their stories first-hand.
Casey's continual expansion meant the need for a more robust WMS that could not only handle their diverse business processes, but could be implemented efficiently - on-time and on-budget.
Amplify your supply chain management performance.
Softeon is a global provider of innovative supply chain solutions and warehouse management systems that deliver success, every time. Our extremely broad suite of supply chain solutions are provided on a single, integrated SOA-based technology platform, and are anchored by our WMS and Distributed Order Management (DOM) systems. Softeon also provides a broad array of additional supply chain capabilities, including Labor and Resource Management, 3PL Billing, Vendor Managed Inventory, Supply Chain Planning (Plan2Fulfill), and much more.
News & Press Releases
Vendors at ProMatDX tout the benefits of an integrated approach to WES and WMS as a means of streamlining deployments and eliminating integration projects.
We asked our panel of experts to share how retailers can turn the challenges experienced throughout the COVID-19 pandemic into opportunities for the future.
Warehouse execution systems grew out of the need to manage the way orders are processed in highly automated DCs to get more efficiency out of high-end fixed automation—but now the focus is expanding.