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Clearwater, FL (May 30, 2014) Award winning supply chain software developer Datex Corporation recently introduced a new Cloud high security, configurable warehouse management software solution. Datex Flex Cloud Enterprise Edition is a highly secure, robust Cloud edition with top level flexibility via workflows and customizable reporting. This edition includes advanced system functionality, greater data redundancy, disaster recovery, full change/control rights, heightened security protocols and a dedicated server for businesses that require increased safekeeping of data. Developed for multi-site complex operations, Datex Flex Cloud Enterprise Edition can be used for global enterprises operating in multiple time zones.
“It’s a game changer” explained Michael Armanious, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Datex. “A great deal of time and planning went into developing a state-of-the-art flexible high security Cloud solution for today’s enterprise. This new flexible Cloud solution enables larger scale multi-site businesses to operate more freely and reliably across numerous time zones while maintaining the highest security protocols.” Additional information on the Datex Flex Cloud Enterprise Edition is available online on SlideShare.
Using workflows, series of modeled activities paired with business logic and decision making, Datex has developed an adaptable warehouse management system that can be implemented at a fraction of the time and cost of other similar advanced software solutions. Currently used for a wide variety of inventory types including bulk, refrigerated and temperature controlled goods, Datex FootPrint® WMS is also currently used for regulated and high value inventory such as serialized gold bullion, precious metals, and high value electronic components as well as for food, pharmaceuticals and medical devices. The software includes sophisticated inventory tracking functionality, document and file storage, customizable reporting and a suite of features developed to streamline operations and increase business efficiency and workforce productivity.
Datex also recently announced a new EDI solution and full suite of managed services for its clients. The new service offerings allow businesses to extend Datex into the enterprise to replace, complement or free up internal IT resources. Specialists in supply chain technology, the new Datex EDI solutions and managed services were developed to maximize the effectiveness of Datex supply chain software and boost client profitability.
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 and distribution operations, non-profit organizations and manufacturers 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. For more information on Datex software, hardware and managed services, please visit the Datex website
To learn more, 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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