Clemens Food Group, Matson Logistics and Toyota Tsusho America part of panel to share tips for rapid implementation, fewer modifications and lower maintenance costs at JDA FOCUS 2018 RALEIGH, N.C. (May 1, 2018) – Open Sky Group, a global specialist in JDA Software solutions, announced its clients Clemens Food Group, Matson Logistics and Toyota Tsusho America
For many of us, there was a day when we realized our cell phone didn’t have a physical keyboard anymore. Those springy buttons were suddenly gone and so was our comfort. It was all new. All different. Along with the change came some surprising results. Suddenly a whole new generation was adapting to these devices as if it were second nature. We were holding video conferences, posting, messaging and launching disgruntled birds at maniacal pigs with ease from these smart devices. Now we don’t miss those physical keyboards and it’s likely the physical keyboard for cell phones will join the ranks of the VCR and Compact Disc.
If you haven’t already, take your keyboard, mouse, desk and desk chair and pick them all up and throw them away. So long stationary workplace; hello mobile warehouse! There’s a better solution and the only requirement is fingertips! Okay, maybe that’s a little extreme. All kidding aside, there are more and better solutions including JDA
WMS Systems Integration Projects WMS systems integration projects can be where a WMS Implementation experiences delays. As there is at least one integration with every WMS Implementation, it’s important to plan carefully and make sure you’ve got team members with integration experience. Here are the final four key areas to identify and consider: Remaining necessary data elements
Product Dimension, Weight Data in WMS We’re not sure we’ve ever implemented a Warehouse Management System (WMS) without a lengthy discussion of product dimension and weight data for inventory. This article will include some of our common findings and outcomes of those lengthy discussions. But first, the answer to our title question is simple; you