HighJump ERP Data Collection is made to help manufacturing and distribution operations improve the accuracy of their inventory and production tracking. HighJump Data Collection Advantage provides companies with a robust, real-time and easily configurable data collection application that delivers out-of-the-box functionality while still providing tools for customization.
HighJump Manufacturing Execution System (MES) enables discrete manufacturers to improve quality, lower overall costs, and enhance responsiveness to customer demands. Designed to help discrete manufacturers in both work order and demand-driven manufacturing environments, HighJump MES helps companies gain real-time visibility into their shop floor; reduce inventory, labor and regulatory costs; and shorten cycle times.
Following eight key steps in the manufacturing process, this video overview reveals how a manufacturing execution system (MES) can make a difference in day-to-day operations.
HighJump Transportation Management (TMS) is a full feature, on-demand transportation management solution that can help companies improve cost savings and customer service by providing increased visibility into shipping processes. High Jump TMS is made to streamline the complex and tedious task of planning daily routes and shipping planning processes.
Many of HighJump’s solutions are available as mobile apps.
Customers turn to logistics services providers (LSPs)/third party logistics (3PL) companies because they expect that you will be able to run their warehousing and transportation operations more efficiently and cheaply than they can run it themselves.
Smart companies see technology as a way to continually increase productivity and operating efficiency – whether or not business is booming. The centerpiece for supply chain execution – the warehouse management system (WMS) – is an excellent place to start preparing your business for the impending return of the bull market. A well-tuned WMS can help your business reduce labor costs, improve inventory management, attain more accurate shipments, improve space allocation and increase customer satisfaction.
Secrets. They’re everywhere, even where you’d least expect to find them. The warehouse management system (WMS) industry is no exception. As you evaluate systems to manage your distribution operations, you’ll want to know everything you can to make the search process better. It’s not a small project to evaluate, select and implement a WMS. These endeavors take diligence, time and a thorough understanding of your business goals to achieve operational excellence and competitive advantage over the long term. Learning how to critically compare WMS vendors and their various offerings will put you ahead of the game.
The effective management of your warehouse and fulfillment/distribution operations is critical to the ongoing success of your business-but you’re unsure whether to select your ERP’s warehouse module or a best-of-breed warehouse management system (WMS). Unfortunately, the answer is not simple. In today’s tight economy, there is significant pressure to use the warehouse module from your ERP vendor because its price is usually heavily discounted as part of the original ERP license or the cost of integration is presumed to be lower.
While definitions of a WMS run the gamut from Microsoft® Excel® spreadsheets to well-known best-of-breed applications, an inflexible or legacy WMS may be dragging down your productivity and putting your business at risk.