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How Retailers are Winning Multi-Channel with Supply Chain Focus

Successful retailers understand that fulfilling customers’ ever-changing demand for faster, better and competitively priced products across multiple channels – mobile, in-store, online ­– requires a comprehensive approach.

Alternative multi-channels are requiring substantial investments in technology, systems and new forms of infrastructure to support these new channels of delivery. To ensure consistency across these channels, retailers must rethink their business processes, streamline order and inventory management, and improve information flow through the entire supply chain.

 

A Match Made in the Cloud: Sony DADC Partners with Softeon on WMS Cloud Solution

Growing businesses need a scalable warehouse management system that adapts to evolving customer demands. But choosing the right partner can be critical to the success of a project. That was the case for Sony DADC Americas in its search for a cloud-based WMS to transform its supply chain.

The 4 Pillars of Softeon Beverage

Beverage supply chain logistics can be unpredictable. Limited shelf lives, allocation, picking, packing, and shipping combine to make the high-volume, transaction-intensive industry a tricky one to manage. To top it off, the steady stream of mergers and acquisitions in the beverage industy can make unifying systems and getting a complete end-to-end view nearly impossible.

Distributed Order Management (DOM) and the Internet of Everything

Many companies look to industry leaders to understand how they solve the ever-changing challenges of Supply Chain management. John Kern, Senior Vice President, Supply Chain Operations at Cisco recently explained Cisco’s experience of replacing their core operating software including their ERP, Supply Chain Management software, Data Management and Analytics. Most importantly, this marked a bold step into the conceptual “Internet of Everything."

Distributed Order Management (DOM) – Solid Technology Value

In the recent report, “IT Market Clock for Digital Commerce, 2015”, Gartner Analyst Jason Daigler has identified DOM as a key investment opportunity offering significant Return-On-Investment and ongoing savings to the Enterprise.

Starbucks’ Winning Blend: A Love for Their Employees and Their Supply Chain

If you were fortunate enough to attend the Council of Supply Chain Professionals conference this week in San Diego, you were privy to hear some of the most forward thinking supply chain industry experts in the world. 

Sears Utilizes Softeon DOM to Obtain Real Time Data

Many Softeon customers are moving away from inventory management driven by faulty forecast numbers and focusing on real-time data provided by Distributed Order Management.

A Step Closer to the Customer

​In their July 2015 publication of the Hype Cycle for Supply Chain Execution Technologies, Gartner has observed a recent trend in the Slope of Enlightenment part of the Hype Cycle where companies are adding Distributed Order Management (DOM) and Slotting to their existing Supply Chain Management (SCM) applications. If a company buys and installs DOM and slotting to use them together with their WMS, then that would be an example of an application on the Supply Chain Hype Cycle.

Next-Generation WMS – Part 1

The Softeon team is back from a very successful ProMat show in Chicago two weeks ago. During the show, we spoke with dozens of companies potentially interested in our supply chain software solutions, notably WMS and distributed order management (DOM).

Softeon’s Continued Progress in the Gartner WMS “Magic Quadrant”

As you may have seen in the past few weeks, Gartner, under the leadership of analyst Dwight Klappich, released the 2014 version of the Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems.

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