Rufus Labs, providers of intelligent wearable warehouse technology and workforce analytics software, and StayLinked, a developer of modern mobile software for legacy supply chain systems, have announced a partnership to improve Rufus Labs' suite of warehouse wearables including the Rufus Cuff Pro, the Rufus Scan2 & Scan2 Pro Wearable Ring/Glove Barcode scanners and the Rufus RADD Tab vehicle/cart Android tablet.
Join Bob Bowman, managing editor of SupplyChainBrain, as he moderates a lively panel discussion with forward-thinking leaders who are looking to swap tips and share stories to inspire and invigorate your plans for automation. Distributors are tight on budget, their workforces are strained and often they don’t know where to start when building (or rebuilding) their warehouse operations. At the same time, the decisions made early on can make or break how your workforce performs and your business grows. Whether you are just starting to build your warehouse strategies, or want to start over, join this webinar and be ready to leave with the top approaches to turn your warehouse into a powerful automation machine for years to come.
Identify the essential criteria for warehouse automation.
Distinguish ways to prepare, evaluate and implement warehouse automation.
Describe future warehouse automation options.
Bill Denbigh, Sr. Dir. Product Marketing, Tecsys
Guy Courtin, Head of Global Alliances, 6 River Systems, Inc.
Tom Campbell, Chief Strategy Officer, Capacity, LLC
Challenge: A high-profile customer needed fulfillment for over-the-counter pharmaceutical goods at a new e-commerce store on short notice. Requirements included robust inventory controls, multi-site scalability and fast WMS set up — with a hard "go live" of just 29 days.
Over the last decade, a marked trend toward centralized hosting of WMS in the cloud has gained footing in the market. Today, WMS subscription-based pricing is rapidly evolving and changing the customer-vendor dynamic.
The latest news, analysis, services and solutions regarding warehouse management systems (WMS) and their impact on warehousing and distribution centers. Today’s companies are moving goods across more suppliers, vendors and customers than ever before, and warehouses are critical points in the overall supply chain. New technologies are optimizing productivity, increasing efficiency and cutting costs. Learn how companies around the world are improving supply-chain operations through their strategic use of warehouse management systems and softwares.
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