CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apex Supply Chain Technologies® demonstrates some of its latest supply chain solutions for distribution centers, industrial distribution, material handling and manufacturing industries in booth S5036 at ProMat 2017 through April 6, 2017. Apex automated dispensing technology is proven to have a significant impact on the manual operational processes that are typically accepted as being inefficient and wasteful.
The world leader in self-serve, automated dispensing technology, with more than 100,000 solutions deployed across the globe, Apex will show how its technology automates critical processes, including mobile device management and inventory replenishment.
Self-Serve Automated Dispensing: A Proven Best Practice
Self-serve, automated dispensing/industrial vending solutions are designed to resolve the common issue of inefficiency across many industries and applications. As a result, this technology has quickly been identified by industry-leading companies as a fast and straightforward path to process improvement and Lean manufacturing.
“To remain competitive, companies must improve operational performance in a distinct and measurable way,” says Kent Savage, Founder & CEO of Apex Supply Chain Technologies. “Some of the world’s largest companies rely on automated dispensing technology to increase efficiencies and decrease costs.”
40% Reduction in Mobile Device Replacement Costs with AXCESS Secure Lockers
Warehouses and distribution centers protect their substantial investment in handheld electronic devices, including scanners, printers and tablets, using AXCESS self-serve, automated lockers from Apex. AXCESS lockers manage, track and control these costly devices, protecting them from loss and damage ensuring every employee can begin their shift Immediately.
30% Reduction in Inventory Replenishment Costs with ACTYLUS Smart Bin Solutions
ACTYLUS smart bins automatically manage stock to virtually eliminate stock-outs, bin checks and emergency orders. This reduces the hard and soft costs required to replenish bins and Kanban programs. ACTYLUS sends automated alerts and reorder notifications when a bin’s preset limits are detected.
Cloud-Based Platform Delivers Insights in Real-Time
All Apex devices are connected to the Trajectory Cloud™ platform. Trajectory Cloud collects and manages data from each solution in real-time, automatically creating reports, monitoring status and alerting managers as warranted. Management can easily access the platform through a secure web portal or mobile app.
To learn more how Apex line of automated dispensing solutions can help your company, visit: http://www.apexsupplychain.com/applications/. To follow our coverage of ProMat 2017, look for #ProMatShow across our Twitter and LinkedIn feeds.
Apex Supply Chain Technologies is the world’s leading provider of automated dispensing solutions for use in a variety of applications and industries. Our devices track billions of transactions to help thousands of customers worldwide automate operational processes. With world headquarters in Mason, Ohio, Apex has offices in Australia, Germany, Poland, the UK and Latin America.