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Mobility and Real-time Event-Driven ‘Order-to-Store’ Fulfillment
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Aberdeen surveyed 134 warehousing professionals for a benchmark report
Fulfillment Excellence and Dynamic Event Warehousing Come of Age, January 2012
that explored the pressures these companies are facing and the plans they have to address those pressures in the coming months. This webinar and the accompanying insight paper
(Mobility and Real-time Event-Driven ‘Order-to-Store’ Fulfillment)
focus on the Mobile/Dynamic Event Processing User Companies from that survey. This group represents
83%, or 110 companies, of the supply chain organizations from the survey. These companies are either already
using or planning to implement dynamic, real-time, multi-modal event processing in their operations within the next 24 months.
Over 35% of the 110 companies have plans to implement
interactive barcoding and/or voice enabled multi-modal mobile solutions in their operations within the next 12 months.
This Webcast examines the Mobile/Dynamic Event Processing Users and their event-driven processing needs. It will look at what capabilities they have and explore the desire to move off paper-based or legacy voice systems. It will explore best practices and highlight
case studies where interactive solutions and mobility are enhancing the "Order-to-Store" fulfillment process.
Learn from industry leaders in several focus areas and hear from the following Speakers:
Bob Heaney, Senior Research Analyst, Supply Chain Management, Aberdeen Group
Bob Heaney is a seasoned professional with over 25 years of distinguished leadership experience in research, analysis, and advisory roles in Supply Chain Engineering. Bob's coverage area within Aberdeen includes various elements of Supply Chain Execution (Transportation Management, Warehouse Management, Distributed Order Management and Supply Chain Visibility). An industry insider and internal advisor to company executives, Bob has been active in designing, reengineering, selling, and transforming the end-to-end supply chain.
Brian Eidsvold, 4th Generation Owner and VP of Operations, Henry's Foods
"We are pleased with the results of our transformation to our turnkey picking and labor management solution at our facility. Without a close partnership between our management team, our employees, and our solutions provider our goal to improve picking accuracy could not have taken place. We are now baselining labor to new productivity levels, to support the implementation of an individual incentive program. Employee reaction has been good and benefits to-date have inspired a win-win attitude of continuous improvement in our operations."
Steve Douglas, President and 2nd Generation Owner, Douglas Companies Inc.
"Our number one goal is to execute for the customer and get the right product to the right place at the right time. Mistakes cost so much money and miss-picks and inaccuracies lead to customer service complaints, costs, and inefficiencies. We have realized gains of over 20% in labor productivity through the incentives based pay program that the system enables. We have also closed the loop on our 'store order-to-delivery accuracy' by investing additional dollars in the tax stamp application in cigarettes as well as the loading and delivery modules for our store delivery teams. In summary, the investments we've made in the turnkey systems and additional multi-modal wrist units have paid for themselves time and time again, and our employees and customers are on-board and happy."
Steve Stomel, CEO, ProCat
Steve Stomel has been introducing technology products to the distribution industry for over 30 years. His first significant innovation was a homemade scanning solution that used a sweep scanner attached to a plywood sled. The picker rolled the sled down the conveyor and scanned each pick as it was made. Amazingly crude and amazingly effective, the solution fueled his passion for innovation. Today, Stomel leads the Sales and Marketing effort at ProCat and markets PickRight, ReceiveRight, Tax-Right, LoadRight and ShipRight technology solutions to distribution companies across the United States.