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Softeon to Feature Powerful Fulfillment Suite at NRF Big Show 2020 in NYC


From DOM to New Warehouse Execution Solution and Much More, Softeon Solutions Enable Companies to Meet Customer Demand at Least Possible Cost

Softeon, a global supply chain software provider with the industry's best record of customer success, will be demonstrating its powerful fulfillment suite of solutions as part of the National Retail Federation’s “Big Show,” held at the Javits Center in New York City from Jan. 12-14, 2020, in Booth 3942.

Softeon Continues Its Success with Distributed Order Management in Retail – and Beyond


Company Seeing Growing Success in Omnichannel Retail with DOM, and Uniquely at Many Customers Outside of Retail as Well


Softeon, an innovative provider of supply chain software with the industry’s best track record of customer success, continues to build momentum in the Distributed Order Management market, where its industry leading capabilities are delivering results in the retail sector – and beyond.



Softeon Announces Investment from Warburg Pincus


Investment to Fuel Expansion with a Continued Focus on Customer Service Excellence

“Softeon is an exciting opportunity for us given its differentiated supply chain solutions and strong customer base. Warburg Pincus has a long-standing track record of investing in the logistics technology sector and we look forward to partnering with the Softeon team as they continue to expand,” said Alex Berzofsky, Managing Director, Warburg Pincus. “Their software is crucial for many companies of all sizes and complexities with warehousing needs. We are confident that the company is primed for strong growth in the years ahead,” added Angel Pu, Vice President, Warburg Pincus. 


Softeon Warehouse Simulation Capabilities Drive Improved Distribution Performance Across Multiple Time Horizons


Softeon, a global supply chain software provider with the industry's best track record of customer success, has released advanced simulation capabilities as part of its Warehouse Execution System solution, delivering improved distribution performance across multiple time horizons.

Softeon Expands Retail and eCommerce Logistics Solution Footprint and Success


Softeon’s roster of retail and eCommerce customers continues to grow, and includes companies in apparel, shoes, jewelry, hard goods, C-stores and more.

The Multiple Dimensions of Cloud WMS Deployment


Although warehouse management systems were late to the cloud party, software pricing and deployment options are driving adoption.

We’re seeing about 60% of new WMS implementations being Cloud-based, with that number continuing to head higher. Despite the rapid growth of supply chain technology delivered in in the Cloud generally and for WMS specifically, there are often still a lot of uncertainties among potential adopters. I see it time after time. To sort out the options, the following discussion may help. Read on...

It's All About WES in Logistics Management Article


Warehouse execution system (WES) software is becoming more important to automated warehouses that need to manage machines, people and inventory resources against a high-velocity stream of orders and tight delivery commitments. WES can be more than a one-function solution for orchestrating zones “inside the four walls,” and can instead operate as a complex hybrid that paces work to logistics events.

Full Article Here

Softeon Releases New Little Book of Distributed Order Management


The most thorough discussion of DOM available to date

Despite the increased adoption of DOM technology, it is still little understood by most supply chain professionals. To address the market’s needs for better education on DOM, Softeon has published The Little Book of Distributed Order Management. The book provides a concise but detailed look at DOM history, uses cases, value drivers, functionality, case studies, keys to success and more.

The Most Important Supply Chain Software that You Don't Know Much About


Softeon provides insight into what DOM can do for any organization looking more fore connectivity and visibility, especially those with a complex supply chain or are trying to compete in the current retail climate. Featured in CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly:

Distributed order management systems have been around since the 1990s and have proven to be essential for conducting omnichannel fulfillment. But many supply chain managers still do not know the full range of applications that the software can provide.

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Why WMS is Playing Catch-up With the Cloud


Warehouse management systems were relatively late in coming to the cloud. Dan Gilmore, chief marketing officer with Softeon, puts the issue into context and lays out the various options for cloud deployment of WMS.


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