Gain Enterprise Global Inventory across Channels and Business Units Limitations Project Background Inventory Visibility across channels, business units, and locations (manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, fulfillment centers, stores, and 3rd party...
The tracking of greenhouse gas emissions has become an increasingly important aspect of supply chain management. Environmental regulations that require companies to report their emissions has led to the need for an unintrusive way to track operational output of greenhouse gases. Unfortunately, most transportation and carrier management systems offer all in one option whereas it is not realistic to have single vendor for all business units or companies.
A leading Production and Processing Company, one of the top producers, manufacturers, and distributors of consumer products, is streamlining the end-to-end supply chain for food safety regulations. Customer procures raw materials, manufactures finished goods, and distributes to end customers through stores and eCommerce portals.
The client is a fulfillment specialist for many major bath and plumbing product retailers, distributors, and eCommerce companies. Differentiated by service and stock, they are dedicated to building strong partnerships with their customers. Has multiple directly owned and third-party operated warehouses.
The customer is part of hospitality industry and growing the business with collection of distinguished properties around the world. They own on a total area of 6,500 m², and a gross built up area of 10,000 m² with an estimated annual production capacity of 2000 hotel room. Very much committed to provide the best experience to their guests during their stay.
A leading American retail chain specializing in clothing and accessories committed to meeting customer promises at all costs. Customers’ order management system is designed to allocate in-transit inventory that is not officially available on hand.
The global leader in selling and distributing food and non-food products to restaurants, healthcare and educational facilities, lodging establishments and other customers around the world.
Food grade manufacturing requires highly sterilized environments. This restricts the areas that an operator can perform a system hand–off process. Communication between the manufacturing operators and the inventory transfer operators is limited as well.