how to Find Us and What You'll Find when you get there.
Level 3, Booth #3942
(We are located not far from the main show entrance, near the area where sessions are held.)
So, how can Softeon help me? Softeon enables retailers and brand companies to meet customer demand and service commitments at lowest possible cost through a robust portfolio of order fulfillment solutions.
Key solutions include Distributed Order Management (DOM), which enables companies to rapidly rollout omnichannel processes and reduce fulfillment costs through optimal sourcing rules. Also featured are Softeon’s advanced Warehouse Management and now Warehouse Execution Systems, which together or separately turbocharge distribution performance through powerful management of end-to-end DC processes, with optimization and orchestration of people, equipment and the flow of goods.
The solution suite also includes store fulfillment, vendor drop ship, returns management and more.
Take a few minutes to speak with our team to discuss any projects you may have or to get answers to any questions - we're here to help you.
so, What's the BIG Idea?
Join us Monday afternoon for a must-attend session on Distributed Order Management (DOM) - a solution that has emerged as an essential capability to maximize Omnichannel commerce potential for retailers and beyond. This is achieved through real-time visibility to network inventories; enabling key processes such as store fulfillment, BOPIS, vendor drop ship and more; and minimizing fulfillment costs through optimal sourcing.
Featuring Chris Teufel, CIO & VP Supply Chain and Logistics of Omnichannel leader, Duluth Trading Company and DOM expert Satish Kumar of Softeon discussing how to achieve DOM success, from requirements definition to vendor selection, system deployment, and on-going improvement.
The ON-DEMAND version of our presentation will be available here as soon as possible after the show. Send us a request to get the link here >
little book. BIG IDEAS.
Softeon has gained extensive insight into how this solution exists in the current supply chain climate and some of the challenges with evolving customer expectations.
Partnering with multiple clients over the last few years, successful implementations have been providing benefits in efficiency, visibility and cost-savings that have exceeded expectations and revealed how valuable DOM really is.
“The Little Book of Distributed Order Management” is a helpful guide for those who are first learning about DOM, or as a handy reference for anyone who is interested in the true ROI based on real-world scenarios and to be able to answer questions such as:
WHAT is DOM and WHY should I know about it? HOW does DOM fit into my organization? WHAT are the tips and best strategies for implementing this type of system?
* Complimentary copies are available while supplies last.