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Invata's distribution center design project featured in 2014 list of transformative projects.
Conshohocken, PA (PRWEB) June 23, 2014
Invata Intralogistics, Inc., specialists in automated distribution center design and warehouse software and controls, announced today that one of its projects has been featured in Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine as part of the industrys Top 100 Supply Chain Projects for 2014.
Every year, Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine editors recognize 100 companies for excellence in providing supply chain solutions. This year the magazine focused the criteria on transformation projects. The magazines editorial staff based their choices on: the ambitiousness and scope of the project, the creative application of technologies, solutions, and services used, and the business impact of the project. The SDCE 100 winners are considered to be leading the way to supply chain success in 2014.
Our goal with this years 100 is to put the spotlight on successful and innovative transformation projects that are delivering bottom-line value, said Barry Hochfelder Editor of Supply & Demand Chain Executive. The projects featured can serve as a roadmap for supply chain executives looking for new opportunities to drive improvement in their own operations.
We are proud to be included in Supply & Demand Chain Executives Top 100 Supply Chain Projects for 2014, said Jay Moris, CMO of Invata. As an automated material handling systems designer, integrator, and provider of the industrys best warehouse software and controls solutions, we pride ourselves on our project outcomes. It is nice to see our hard work recognized for its bottom-line impact to customer value.
About Invata Intralogistics
Invata Intralogistics, Inc. is an authority in the design, implementation, and life cycle support of automated fulfillment and distribution center operations with demonstrable expertise in conveyor systems, sortation systems, automated storage and retrieval systems, and all types of order fulfillment systems.
Specializing in the symbiotic integration of the flow of information with the flow of material goods, Invata offers complete solutions that begin with in-depth operational analysis and end with purpose-built, turnkey intralogistics systems that optimize processes and resource utilization while maximizing operational efficiency.
The result is a seamless synthesis of process and technology that engenders leaner, more productive, more adaptable, and more profitable fulfillment and distribution enterprises.
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