FAQs2019-12-05T14:54:15-07:00

Frequently Asked Questions

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Where is your team located?2019-09-23T14:39:39-06:00

We have team-members across the entire continuous US, with a concentration of full-time employees in Boulder, Colorado and Atlanta, Georgia.

Do you only do consulting and systems implementation?2019-09-23T14:44:44-06:00

In addition to management consulting and systems implementation, we also have on-shore and off-shore development capabilities, depending on the needs our of clients and the expertise necessary to complete the job thoroughly and in the requetsed timeframe.

Our past development work ranges from databaes scripting/procedures, to bolt-on warehouse management applications, MHE integrations, as well as payment/tax/fraud/email integrations to support Omni-Channel OMS integrations. Use the contact us link below to learn more.

How many ‘projects’ have you done?2019-09-24T23:07:59-06:00

We have implemented over 350 unique statements of work over the last 15 years. These range from evaluation projects to multi-phase, multi-year projects, and covers all three solutions (TMS/WMS/OMS) in addition to the Strategic Consulting part of our business.

Can you help with inventory, forecasting and replenishment implementations?2019-09-23T14:33:51-06:00

No – We only focus on three supply chain execution systems. WMS, OMS and TMS.

However, we do have an extended partner nextwork that does have this expertise, who we have numerous joint projects with. Contact us to learn more.

Do you implement e-Commerce Sites in addition to Supply Chain?2019-09-23T14:24:57-06:00

No – We focus on all aspects of supply chain execution after the order has been taken by an order-entry system.

While we do support designs and implementations for endless-aisle and other ordering channels (like call-center) we do not implement the actual e-commerce or digital solutions. This allows us to focus solely on supply chain execution systems.

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