Third Party Logistics (3PL) company Inontime has advanced its effort in “moving logistics forward” with the help of Datex’s Footprint® 3PL WMS. Inontime sought out the benefits of a comprehensive, user friendly warehouse management system (WMS) that was scalable, modular and flexible enough to meet the unique needs of their projects and clientele. To meet these requirements, Inontime selected Footprint® 3PL software because it offers low capital outlay, increased flexibility, extended capability and enhancements conducive to providing superior customer service.
Inontime focuses on providing warehousing and distribution services, as well as transportation management and value added services (pick and pack, assembly, fulfillment, labeling, packaging) to small and mid-sized companies. Inontime conducts business from their 110,000 sq. ft., 10 dock warehouse in Zeeland, Michigan.
Greg Rotman, manager at Inontime states “Thanks to Datex, we are now able to process orders and turn inventory rapidly for our customers. We can remain focused on offering our customers a better 3PL experience with improved order management and competitive rates.”
Datex FootPrint®will allow Inontime to control the movement and storage of all the materials within the warehouse in conjunction with a variety of associated operations. The WMS system will aid in the tracking of lots, serial numbers, expiration dates, weight, volume and dimensions, while providing a variety of inventory rotations including FIFO, FMFO, and FEFO.
Norbert Altenstad, solutions consultant at Datex remarks, “We are proud to announce our partnership with Inontime. Our goal is to provide Inontime with the automation capabilities needed to control storage and movement, eliminate errors and lead times, ultimately allowing them to provide their customer base with improved service.”
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