In 1978, Datex Corporation began as a solution provider to the hardware industry.
For over thirty years, Datex has been a valued partner to industry leading manufacturers such as Zebra Technologies, Honeywell, Psion, LXE, Zebra and Intermec. Datex hardware experts listen carefully, use their knowledge of industries, best practices and similar clients to help select hardware for each client to provide the desired result and meet expectations. Our team has been recognized for excellence in service, knowledge and customer satisfaction and has worked for Datex for many years. As part of our industry outreach, our team actively participates in associations such as the Messenger Carrier Association of America (MCAA), Florida Messenger Association (FMA) and Express Carriers Association (ECA).
As the years progressed,
Datex expanded to provide software tools for warehousing, supply chain management and inventory management for third party logistics, warehousing and distribution service providers and manufacturers. Datex develops supply chain solutions, including warehouse management software, procurement software, light manufacturing software, sales force automation software and cartonization software. Using the latest technology available from Microsoft, Datex developed state-of-the-art software solutions using in house developers and has never expanded through acquisition of other companies or their software. Datex software solutions have improved and grown organically through enhancements made in collaboration with clients and incorporation of best practices. Datex has worked hard to continually improve its software to meet the dynamic needs of the industries and clients it serves.
In 2011, Datex again expanded by offering an array of professional services including managed services such as disaster recovery, SQL server management, mobile device management and other services for Datex FootPrint WMS clients.
Datex employs a variety of industry professionals with expertise, education and experience in supply chain and logistics, manufacturing and Information Technology. Several Datex professionals have been featured as prominent speakers for industry events and contributors to publications such as Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) Assembly of Committees, Courier Magazine and more.
Today, Datex provides solutions to clients across the globe throughout North America, Latin America and the Middle East. Datex is a certified Microsoft Gold Partner and consistent winner of supply chain awards such as Inbound Logistics Top 100 Logistics IT Company and Food Logistics FL 100.
Datex is a full service solution provider.
As a “one stop shop”, Datex often is counted on to provide supply chain software, mobile computing solutions and managed services including mobile device management. This enables clients, both large and small to focus on their core business, rather than on typical everyday IT challenges. This approach produces definitive savings in time and labor and boosts productivity. Over the past 34 years, clients have relied on Datex as an invaluable business partner and our growth reflects their continued trust, confidence and satisfaction in our company and team members. We continue to innovate and work hard to earn our clients’ business every day!
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