|By Marketwired .||
|June 10, 2014 10:07 AM EDT||
MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- (Marketwired) -- 06/10/14 -- HighJump Software, a global provider of supply chain management software, announced that Muscle & Strength, one of the most popular fitness websites and online nutrition retailers in the U.S., has chosen HighJump Warehouse Advantage warehouse management system (WMS) in the cloud. Muscle & Strength sought a cloud-based solution that was powerful enough to manage tens of thousands of orders per day, yet flexible enough to meet to specific operations requirements.
With the HighJump WMS in the cloud, Muscle & Strength will target three key areas to enhance: increased picking accuracy, tracking staff productivity data to ensure more efficient use of labor resources, and inventory visibility in order to locate a product at any stage in the receiving or fulfillment process. Ultimately, improvements in all of these areas will allow Muscle & Strength to plan more accurately and operate more efficiently.
"We needed a cloud-based WMS that was flexible enough to serve our unique company needs but powerful enough to handle our large order volumes," said Damien Mase, CEO, Muscle & Strength. "The HighJump WMS will meet these requirements and help turn our supply chain into a competitive advantage for us."
"The architecture of our cloud-based WMS is the same as our installed version, giving Muscle & Strength the power and flexibility of an on-premise WMS," said Gary Nemmers, senior vice president and general manager, supply chain execution group, HighJump Software. "The company will have the solutions it needs to improve its business now, with the ability to leverage additional capabilities in the future as needed."
HighJump Software began offering a cloud-based WMS in 2010, making it one of the first leading WMS providers to do so.
About Muscle & Strength
With more than 200,000 visitors per day, Muscle & Strength is one of the most popular fitness websites and online nutrition retailers in the U.S. It features tens of thousands of workouts, articles, diet plans, videos, motivational content and tools to help people build the body they want. For more information, visit http://www.muscleandstrength.com.
About HighJump Software Inc.
HighJump Software is a global provider of supply chain management software that streamlines the flow of inventory and information from supplier to store shelf. Functionally rich and highly adaptable HighJump Software solutions support growing and evolving businesses in distribution, food and beverage, 3PL, retail, healthcare and consumer goods industries. HighJump Software solutions for distribution and logistics, direct store delivery and mobility, trading partner connectivity, mobility and manufacturing include: warehouse management systems, transportation management systems, route management systems, manufacturing execution, mobile sales and the TrueCommerce EDI Solutions Platform. For more information, visit http://www.highjump.com.
HighJump and HighJump Software are trademarks of HighJump Software Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
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