FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Clearwater, Florida (August 31, 2014)-Award winning supply chain software developer Datex recently expanded their service offerings to include EDI, integrations, extended mobile device management and repair, as well as device buyback and loan out of mobile devices during service repair.
“Due to the high demand by our clients, Datex continues to expand our solution offerings” explained Andy Armanious, Vice President of Operations and Product Development. “Selecting one solution provider ensures faster implementation time, better communication and lower cost.”
Clients that choose Datex as their end-to-end solution provider are able to reduce the complexity of their software implementations. When multiple solution vendors are used, there are often delays due to missed or inaccurate communications, especially when vendors are not accustomed to working together. Datex solutions experts are experienced in working together on multi-faceted, complicated supply chain projects and are accustomed to streamlining processes, communications and scheduling to get the most affordable, timely results for clients.
The new Datex service offerings have already proven popular and been successful in lowering costs for Datex clients on EDI, integrations, mobile device management and device repairs.
In successful operation since 1978, Datex has helped companies operate more efficiently and productively using state-of-the-art technology. Known for developing highly flexible workflow based warehouse management software, Datex WMS is in use by 3PLs, warehousing, distribution and manufacturing operations across the world. Specialists in third party logistics operations and regulated inventory, Datex solutions are highly effective in providing labor and time savings and increased inventory visibility and tracking. Datex solutions are available in web based or on premise editions. For more information on Datex software, hardware and services including EDI and mobile device management, please visit the Datex website www.datexcorp.com/.
For more information, please contact Laura Olson, Director of Sales and Marketing at 800.933.2839 ext.243 or via email at email@example.com.
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