Ivanti today announced it has been recognised by Supply & Demand Chain Executive, the executive's user manual for successful supply and demand chain transformation, as a recipient of a prestigious SDCE 100 award for 2018.
The SDCE 100 is an annual list of 100 great supply chain projects, and Ivanti was chosen for enabling TaylorMade, the #1 Driver in Golf, to improve warehouse productivity and voice-enabled picking with Ivanti® Speakeasy, powered by Wavelink.
“Speakeasy is a newer, fresher, and better way to do voice picking without having to change your backend systems,” said Jeff Peterson, project manager for operations at TaylorMade, in a recent case study. “We recommended Ivanti Speakeasy based on the ease of implementation, flexibility, scalability and overall lifecycle investment.”
Since deploying Ivanti Speakeasy, the ROI and time-to-value has been significant for TaylorMade. For example, the manufacturer of golf equipment now reports that the error rate when picking orders is now about 1%, compared to 40% to 50%, previously. Additionally, employee productivity has increased and the injury rate due to repetitive strain has been reduced at TaylorMade.
TaylorMade uses Speakeasy in conjunction with Ivanti Terminal Emulation, powered by Wavelink, which enables workers to quickly and easily access the warehouse management system directly from their mobile devices. Further, Ivanti Avalanche, powered by Wavelink, is used by TaylorMade to manage the mobile devices in the warehouse, keeping them at peak productivity. “With the help of Ivanti’s supply chain solutions, our retail shelves are well-stocked and online orders are processed quickly,” explained Tim Fears, Manager of US Distribution for TaylorMade. “This is helping us drive customer satisfaction, while also improving the bottom line.”
“Each and every day, Ivanti is helping organisations around the globe improve their warehouse and supply chain operations through our mobile productivity solutions,” said Steve Bemis, Global Vice President of Sales, Supply Chain Business Unit, Ivanti. “We are proud to be recognised by Supply Chain and Demand Executive for driving profitability through faster, more productive picking.”
The SDCE 100 can serve as a map for supply chain executives who are looking for new opportunities to drive improvement in their own operations. These projects show how supply chain solution and service providers help their customers and clients achieve supply chain excellence and prepare their supply chains for success.
“First and foremost, we want to congratulate the winners of this year’s Top 100 for their successful and innovative projects, which serve as models to companies of all sizes what is achievable in their supply chains,” says John Yuva, editor for Supply & Demand Chain Executive. “Regardless of company size, these projects are best-in-class examples of the types of efficiencies and bottom-line results that supply chain executives should be striving toward in their own operations. Our 2018 winners provide a roadmap for how to get there.”
For more information on how TaylorMade is leveraging Ivanti in the supply chain, visit https://www.ivanti.com/customers/taylormade.
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