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HighJump Software Launches HighJump Supply Chain Advantage Suite 12.0
Fresh interface, expanded capabilities will run on Windows 64-bit versions.
MINNEAPOLIS (May 20, 2013)-- HighJump Software, a global provider of supply chain management software, announced today that it has released the 12.0 version of the HighJump Supply Chain Advantage product suite. The new features and interface exemplify the HighJump promise of configurable, scalable software that delivers a powerful user experience. Lot tracing enhancements, embedded voice upgrades and a rich new interface with streamlined navigation will allow customers to leverage data and advanced applications more easily than ever before. In addition, the HighJump Supply Chain Advantage application server and web server components will run on 64-bit versions of Windows servers, allowing customers to handle significantly larger amounts of information while improving performance and setting the stage for even greater scalability.
The HighJump Supply Chain Advantage 12.0 features track and trace enhancements, including new reports that provide greater visibility into inventories to help speed product recalls and support accurate returns processing. Furthermore, the latest version supports an expanded portfolio of configurable voice solutions, including distribution voice-enabled workflow for areas such as picking, receiving and replenishment.
The enriched interface and streamlined navigation allow applications to respond more swiftly and nimbly to the user’s needs than ever before: customers will see up to a 75 percent reduction in network bandwidth over previous versions. It has also expanded beyond Internet Explorer to support all major desktop browsers. In addition, the interface includes new formatting controls to rapidly reformat and rearrange data, as well as the ability to navigate even more quickly between pieces of information.
"With the latest version of our supply chain suite of solutions, customers will experience a fresh new look with even more adaptable functionalities that drive productivity and increase visibility in the warehouse," said Russell Fleischer, HighJump Software CEO. "The unmatched adaptability of our solutions continues to empower our customers to take advantage of new technologies while preserving HighJump's commitment to making upgrades fast and seamless, resulting in a low total cost of ownership for our customers."
Customers can request the latest version through the HighJump Software WorldWide Support Team. Those with a cloud-based solution will see their system upgraded by HighJump.
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. HighJump Software solutions for distribution and logistics, direct store delivery, trading partner connectivity, mobility and manufacturing include: warehouse management systems, transportation management systems, route accounting systems, manufacturing execution, mobile sales, the TrueCommerce™ EDI Solutions Platform. 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. For more information, visit http://www.highjump.com/.
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