Felecia Stratton, Editor at Inbound Logistics states, “Solutions providers such as Datex empower logistics and supply chain management by offering innovative and practical solutions in the face of demand volatility. 2009 continues to be a year where every opportunity and efficiency must be seized and Datex consistently provides the kinds of technology solutions business logistics managers need to successfully manage their global enterprises. As shippers, carriers, and 3PLs increase their use of logistics IT, Datex continues to be flexible and responsive, anticipating customers’ evolving needs.”
In 2008, Datex released the newest version of their Warehouse Management System developed from the ground up in Microsoft .NET, FootPrint® WMS. The .NET framework underlies most new applications created for the Windows platform and illustrates Datex’s commitment to continuously provide their customers with the most current and innovative technology. FootPrint® includes all the functionality provided in the previous version of the software along with new features such as container tracking, BOL signature capture, image capture, voice recognition, yard management system and ad hoc reporting. The systems standard features include lot control, pallet tracking, catch weight, system-directed tasks, complete inbound and outbound operations, EDI capabilities, multiple stock rotations, and full reporting capabilities.
Michael Armanious, Vice-President of Datex Corporation comments “We are elated to be recognized once again as one of the top 100 Logistics IT companies. For the past several years, we have worked diligently to bring together a talented team of people and the latest advancements in technology in order to provide our customers with the best of both worlds. This type of recognition encourages us to excel in our efforts to deliver to our customers the best a company in this industry has to offer”.
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