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Optricity offers a platform of warehousing optimization, design and analysis software solutions to enhance operational precision within the workplace.  By utilizing a unique blend of domain expertise, advanced mathematics and software engineering skills, Optricity has developed innovative technologies to support warehousing professionals and improve functional clarity in distribution centers around the world.  Capitalizing on powerful computing algorithms and patented processes, Optricity’s solutions drive productivity and efficiency and offer software users the ability to master warehousing operations, from gain to maintenance. Continuous software enhancement exemplifies Optricity’s commitment to its users addressing both dynamic operations and ever changing industry conditions.  Responding to business-specific requirements, Optricity systems modify advanced mathematics to serve real operating environments, ensuring results are optimal according to defined rules.  Optricity software-supported warehouses are more efficient at accomplishing true objectives – receiving, storing, and shipping goods with efficiency to achieve customer satisfaction, both internally and externally. Mirroring the values of Optricity’s leadership team and the rigorous demands of the marketplace, the software development team delivers:  • solution speed, quality, and ease of use,  • system integration simplicity,  • high quality user training,  • dedication to innovation,  • extreme customer support,  • industry-advancing, thought leadership, and • software that serves as a global leader in its class.

3434 Edwards Mill Road
Suite 112-390
Raleigh, North Carolina 27612
United States

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