Supply Chain Software

By Bob Trebilcock · January 1, 2015
At Magna’s T.E.A.M. Systems Toledo plant, automatic guided carts move assemblies from one station to the next.
By Bob Trebilcock · January 1, 2015
AGCs act as a mobile assembly line at T.E.A.M. Systems’s Toledo manufacturing facility.
By Josh Bond · January 1, 2015
As inventory visibility advances the art of omni-channel fulfillment, retail stores and distribution centers are driven to develop new skill sets
By Roberto Michel · January 1, 2015
Warehouse execution software and warehouse control systems enable new methods of wave releasing to increase throughput and keep workloads balanced.
By Josh Bond · January 1, 2015
Security features and workstation-specific templates slash training times and errors.
By MMH Staff · December 24, 2014
A look back at Modern's 2014 cover stories.
By MMH Staff · December 18, 2014
Partnership to serve food, beverage, chemical and pharmaceutical industries in the region.
By Bob Trebilcock · December 1, 2014
WMS, lights, voice and conveyors bring a new level of efficiency to lululemon athletica’s Ohio distribution center.
<p>E-commerce demands real-time responsiveness to single-line orders, challenging legacy systems geared toward daily cycles and case quantities.</p> By Josh Bond · December 1, 2014
Complemented by a growing stable of inexpensive execution solutions, aging software monoliths can prove they don’t need to be toppled.
<p>Troy Design & Manufacturing (TDM) uses RFID technology to automatically capture work-in-process data at its Chicago facility. The plant modifies Ford vehicles for police use.</p> By Roberto Michel · December 1, 2014
Troy Design & Manufacturing pairs real-time RFID tracking with MES, saving time and allowing operators to focus on value-added production activities.
By Josh Bond · December 1, 2014
Real-time view into massive yard boosts efficiency while reducing the number of yard tenders.
By MMH Staff · December 1, 2014
DMLogic expands warehouse management solutions operation into Europe.
<p>Supply chain software synchronizes DC and store replenishment processes. Meanwhile, inside the DC, order picking is directed by voice technology.</p> By Bob Trebilcock · November 1, 2014
One of the country’s largest pizza makers turned to supply chain software and voice technology to streamline distribution processes and deliver fresh ingredients to its stores.
By Bob Trebilcock · November 1, 2014
Pizza maker Papa John’s relies on a suite of supply chain software applications and voice recognition technology to deliver the freshest dough and ingredients to its stores.
By Roberto Michel · November 1, 2014
Omni-channel pressures are driving modular warehouse execution suites built on a WCS core. Here’s how these solutions differ from traditional WCS below and WMS above, and manage fulfillment operations in new, dynamic ways.

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