Casey’s was using a homegrown warehouse management system for many years. In 2014, a decision was made to replace it after it was clear that limitations in the system were hindering business growth. Maintaining and supporting the system required significant resources and time. Most importantly, the existing legacy system was not designed to support more than one distribution center.
The need to upgrade the warehouse management system, along with other systems, became critical when the decision was made to open a second distribution center. It was important that this new system be robust and flexible, rules-driven and easily integrated into the existing IT infrastructure.
Sony DADC had a mission to differentiate and gain a competitive advantage in the Entertainment supply chain, both physical and digital. Beginning with superior supply chain operations for their own products, Sony DADC set a path to transform their company into a contract logistics provider for other companies and also offer supply chain services a la carte. To achieve their objectives, Sony DADC required the ability to react to dynamic business environments. They set a goal to optimize the use of distribution and manufacturing network nodes to achieve exceptional customer service.
DB Schenker Logistics is one of the world’s largest providers of freight forwarding and logistics services. They are part of the DB Schenker global network with over 2,000 locations on all major continents in 130 countries. Their supply chain services integrate and manage the entire global value chain between suppliers, manufacturers, brand owners and customers.
DB Schenker Logistics chose Softeon WMS Cloud to provide their clients with a faster time-to-market. Their ambitious plan included rapid rollouts in a complex global landscape of several hundred warehouses spanning multiple regions.
Tastefully Simple experienced strong sales growth requiring higher efficiency through the DC to keep pace. They were in need of process modernization and a scalable solution. Priorities included better capacity utilization, picking efficiencies for both pick to light and batch, improved kitting, product and lot number tracking, and optimal cartonization operations. In addition, it was important that a new WMS system could easily integrate with their existing IT environment.
Tastefully Simple selected Softeon WMS for its flexibility to support their dynamic business model and commitment to continuous improvement.
Atlantic Dominion was originally founded in 1875 as a Tobacco Company and established as a retail distributor in 1904. Today, the company supplies all classes of the retail trade with 10,000 different products including retail consumer goods, frozen foods, tobacco, candy, cigar and cigarettes. After implementing the Softeon Warehouse Management System (WMS), they are now the 19th largest convenience store distributor in the USA.
Dietz & Watson was looking to gain efficiency in distribution operations at a justifiable cost of ownership. Softeon was selected for their state of the art architecture, robust functionality, and customer service/ support reputation. Learn how Softeon SCM solutions drove efficiency and visibility throughout their supply chain.
Banneker Industries has provided supply chain management solutions for more than 20 years. Utilizing templates to speed integration, they implemented Softeon’s Warehouse Management System (WMS) in under a week resulting in greater speed, visibility, and flexibility in their supply chain.