“We believe that software should be built in such a manner that it wraps around a business and its processes rather than making the business modify its operations around the software, which is the core of our offering. We are providing users the ability to seamlessly customize the warehouse management software based on their unique requirements,” says Garret Richardson, VP of client solutions at Infoplus Commerce.
Infoplus’ warehouse management software offers a one-stop shop solution to retailers and 3PLs, supporting each of their specific needs including the pick and pack methodology, parcel labeling, and shipping of goods. The company also enables users to track ad-hoc reporting, which allows the users, be it 3PLs or retailers, to monitor the inventory by tracking the transfer of goods from manufacturers to warehouses and then from these facilities to the point of sale. “Using ad-hoc reporting, users can create a matrix of explicit inventory functions they need to monitor specifically and get notified if something falls out of the norm,” explains Richardson.
The Infoplus warehouse management software has three fundamental features at its core including flexibility, data transparency, and intuitiveness.
We believe that software should be built in such a manner that it wraps around a business rather than making the business modify its operations around the software
Infoplus’ team believes that the success of its clients is proportional to their own success, and one of the company’s clients, a high-volume e-commerce retailer’s success story best illustrates the same. The client was faced with the challenge of packing and shipping 8000 to 10,000 orders daily to the buyers, and at the same time, ensuring the quality of products to be shipped. Infoplus assisted the client by implementing its warehouse management software such that the client could not only ship a huge quantity of goods but also do it in a quality controlled manner, without compromising on the speed. “We learn about the inventory process management of our customers by engaging in a dialogue with them. It helps us understand their specific needs to devise a solution which works for them,” says Richardson.
The company is now aiming to grow its warehouse management solution steadily in the logistics market. And while on this journey of growth, Infoplus is also focusing on helping its customers develop their business.