Körber, a global supply chain technology provider of software and materials handling automation recently announced the availability of Körber InSight Contact Tracer to handle the impact of coronavirus in distribution operations. Contact Tracer tracks the locations of people, devices, orders and the corresponding use of equipment throughout the warehouse.
“We’re in unprecedented times due to COVID-19,” said Sean Elliott, chief technology officer for Körber Supply Chain Software. “Now more than ever businesses need a partner that understands their unique supply chain complexities. At Körber, we’re first and foremost your ally, creating highly-tailored solutions to meet your needs today and beyond. This includes advanced software solutions to assess risk for your supply chain and staff and helping you continue to meet consumer demands.”
Contact Tracer works with data from the warehouse management system to monitor the potential movement of coronavirus. This can be adjusted per each company’s unique needs. Examples include tracking the cycle of events and locations of an employee, devices, equipment and inbound and outbound orders throughout the warehouse. Additionally, companies have the insights to inform customers about any possible exposure to the contents of their orders.
Contact Tracer is now available for Körber Warehouse Management Systems worldwide.
About Körber Supply Chain
Supply chains are growing more complex by the day. Körber uniquely provides a broad range of proven, end-to-end supply chain solutions fitting any business size, strategy or appetite for growth. Capable of delivering not just software, but automation, voice, robotics, and materials handling – plus the expertise to tie it all together. We are a global partner not just for today, but also as the needs of supply chains continue to evolve. Conquer supply chain complexity – with Körber.
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