For Enterprises, augmented reality can revolutionise warehouse operations. The technology has the potential to enhance numerous activities from training programs, through logistics, to equipment operation. Industrial smart glasses go beyond visual cues, also leveraging voice or barcode scanning capabilities. These devices open the door to a new multi-modal picking process, including voice and scanning technology, for a seemingly hands-free experience.
As iWMS Australasia celebrates winning one of HighJump's 2019 Global Partner of the Year awards (read here), HighJump has accomplished a major accolade of it's own: being named Leader in Gartner 2019 Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems Report.
We have summarized the highlights of their press release in this article, alternatively click here to read the full publication.
As recently posted, iWMS Australasia successfully implemented a HighJump WMS solution for Australian cosmetics e-commerce power house Adore Beauty, which supported the company in tripling its warehousing capacity.
Adore Beauty’s successful implementation really illustrates the impact a WMS can have in a business. By automating and optimizing all processes within your supply chain, it increases productivity, improves customer service and collaboration with partners, and leads up to much higher inventory accuracy. All of which are translated into higher profitability and growth.
iWMS Australasia successfully implemented a complex WMS solution for Australian award-winning online retailer Adore Beauty. For the company’ s CEO Kate Morris, HighJump’s volumetric calculation was key in choosing the solution. Not only has this feature improved inventory accuracy and packing time, it also allowed the company to significantly reduce the amount of cardboard used, as the CEO posted on LinkedIn.
What’s more, Morris believes the automation has created more job opportunities and is expected to bolster the company’s growth for the next five years.
Read the full article here.
HighJump expands global customer base to the Pacific by enabling one of the region’s leading retailers.
MINNEAPOLIS – August 28, 2017 – HighJump, a global provider of supply chain solutions, announced today that Jack’s of Fiji (JOF), a leading retailer in the Fiji Islands, selected HighJump warehouse management system (WMS) for its rollout at several distribution centres in Fiji. JOF is the first HighJump customer to implement the WMS in Fiji.
iWMS has unveiled a new Brand identity, symbolised by a modern and sharper Brand mark. We have, at the same time, retained the core aspects of the original logo and not moved too far away from what Customers are familiar with.
This simple, yet effective, change in our Brand image was necessary to underpin our classic values and 8-year journey of growth and expansion into new markets around the world. We believe the new Brand mark better matches what we have become since our inception in 2009.