RedPrairie

By Lorie King Rogers · November 1, 2011
Today’s supply chain execution software applications are evolving, adding functionality and enabling operations to function more effectively.
By Bob Trebilcock · November 1, 2011
Efficiency in the warehouse has traditionally driven the distribution process. Now, some leading retailers are looking at the DC to lower the cost of operating their stores.
By MMH Staff · October 19, 2011
Global supply chain and retail technology provider welcomes former Governor of Minnesota to board
By Jeff Berman · October 6, 2011
Entitled RedPrairie On-Demand Supply Chain, company officials said this new unit will support advanced technology for warehouse management (WMS) and transportation management (TMS) in a single- and multi-tenant model.
By Bob Trebilcock · October 1, 2011
Random House’s new picking methodology aggregates orders for faster turnaround times and speedier delivery to the market.
By Lorie King Rogers · October 1, 2011
New workforce management solution boosts Briggs & Stratton distribution center productivity nearly 20% in two weeks.
<p>WCS or WMS? In highly automated distribution centers, warehouse control systems are taking on more order fulfillment responsibilities.</p> By Bob Trebilcock · September 1, 2011
Warehouse control systems (WCS) are driving big productivity gains in highly automated facilities. Here’s a look at how these systems are evolving.
By Bob Trebilcock · August 1, 2011
A close attention to layout, design and equipment selection makes the most of conventional materials handling processes in The Container Store’s DC.
By Maida Napolitano · August 1, 2011
Successful labor management goes beyond the installation of software. Here’s a look at the implementation process and how one major retailer uses its program as a tool for continuous process improvements—with multi-layered benefits.
SPECIAL REPORT
By Bob Trebilcock · July 1, 2011
The supply chain software rebound is underway. Following a tough 2009, supply chain software was up in 2010.
By Lorie King Rogers · July 1, 2011
Companies in the warehouse management system software space are no longer confined to the four walls of a warehouse. They are evolving and reaching out into other areas of the supply chain, providing functional and flexible tools to end users.
By Tom Kozenski · April 20, 2011
Y2K and the Bioterrorism Act were non-events as far as the supply chain goes. This may be different.
By Bob Trebilcock · April 1, 2011
Here's a solution that will age like fine wine
By MMH Staff · March 9, 2011
Vanderbilt students to receive $1,000 scholarships for demand planning and logistics strategy
By MMH Staff · February 16, 2011
New tool enables seamless integration between SAP warehouse management and RedPrairie workforce management technologies

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