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Software listings:
704-882-3844
Sentek Solutions Inc. 
1 (610) 252-7321
SI Systems
317-596-3000
Single Source Systems, Inc.
1 (866) 858-7800
Smartware Group
1 (843) 577-5007
Snapfulfil SaaS WMS
Softeon
Softeon
Softeon is a global provider of supply chain solutions from planning through execution. Our modern platform is engineered to reduce complex problems into simple solutions for faster implementation and lower cost of ownership. Users can incrementally achieve their warehouse, distribution, transportation or planning goals in cost-effective steps. We make it easy to solve specific challenges or to deploy a complete order-to-delivery system. Configurable solutions are rules driven to maximize productivity. Companies choose the flexibility and ease-of-use of the Softeon platform to drive higher business value and accelerate ROI.
11700 Plaza America Drive
Suite 910
Reston, Virginia 20190
United States
703-793-0005
1-855-SOFTEON
www.softeon.com

412-323-1135
Speech Interface Design, Inc.
(214) 382-2680
SphereWMS
414-302-2929
SPSI
717-840-8181
St. Onge Company
1 (757) 820-3400
Swisslog
404-355-3220
SymphonyEYC
1 (847) 397-6907
Synergy North America
1 (610) 293-5940
Synovos
800-369-8649
SYSPRO
39-0-536-836-542
System Group
207-784-1381
System Logistics Corp.
1 (631) 630-0442
Tapeswitch Corporation
216-533-6613
Technology Recovery Group Ltd.
813-908-1100
Technology Transfer Services
1 (514) 866-0001
TECSYS
888-629-4444
TEKLYNX International
305-459-0763
Tele Radio LLC
1 (231) 798-4547
TGW Logistics Group
440-951-7660
The Kennedy Group

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