Leading actors in the food and beverage industry responded to the pandemic with changes to the ways that they performed inventory management, organized their production lines and warehouse activities, managed their supply chains, and distributed their offerings.
When the coronavirus forced lockdowns, Generix Group was on the cusp of several large-scale WMS go-lives. This forced the Generix team to reinvent its project implementation methodology and ways of working.
This eBook explores several best practices for WMS remote project implementation as well as the adaptations that Generix Group has put in place.
In responding to the challenges of the pandemic, manufacturers have undertaken
4 broad strategies:
Supply chain resiliency
New distribution strategies
New technology deployment
This eBook will explore each of these strategies in depth.
In the booming cloud computing market, SaaS solutions are riding high. Software as a Service gives users online access to app-based services or software programs, and is becoming more and more popular with companies seeking to outsource certain activities that are essential but not part of their core business.
Begun in the 1990s, stock replenishment software , also known as Vendor Management Inventory (VMI), is widely practiced when dealing with supply.