Tackle Business Challenges With Technology Solutions

This year's list of the FL100 offer tools to help companies gain a competitive advantage while reducing costs and increasing productivity.


Infratab Inc.,
Oxnard, CA;
www.infratab.com
Year founded: 2003;
Number of employees: 15;
Number of food customers: 5
Solution names: Infratab Freshtime EPC RFID Gen 2 Labels and Tags
Markets served: Manufacturers; grocery wholesalers; convenience store distributors; foodservice distributors; third-party logistics providers.
Key problems solved: Provide a true indication on a 100-point scale of the status of a products' abuse due to temperature over time--this is a real-time condition status along with the EPC RFID number; provide a unique transfer from the pallet to the individual sub-pallet of any number of cases or items for a mixed lot with new labels that continue the monitoring.

Interlink Technologies,
Perrysburg, OH;
www.thinkinterlink.com
Year founded: 1986;
Number of employees: NA;
Number of food customers: NA
Solution names: WHSe-LINK
Markets served: Manufacturers; grocery wholesalers; foodservice distributors; third-party logistics providers.
Key problems solved: Real-time inventory accuracy; recalls and audits managed easily; manage and track lot/batch/serial; manage expiration dates and environmental controls; capture catch weight; eliminate shipping errors; multiple receiving methods; directed putaway; multiple pick methods; reduced cycle time; system security; productivity tools; inquiries and reports; short learning curve; integration with other business systems.

iTradeNetwork (ITN),
Pleasanton, CA;
www.itradenetwork.com
Year founded: 1999;
Number of employees: 275;
Number of food customers: 5,500+
Solution names: On-demand supply chain management and intelligence solutions for the food industry including: Procurement; Contract Management; Transportation and Logistics; Data Synchronization and Enrichment; Sales Insight; Spend Management; Quality Management.
Markets served: Manufacturers; supermarket retailers; grocery wholesalers; convenience store distributors; foodservice distributors; third-party logistics providers.
Key problems solved: iTradeNetwork's solutions enable all supply chain players--distributors , manufacturers, operators and retailers--to operate their businesses more profitably and efficiently.

JDA Software Group Inc.,
Scottsdale, AZ;
www.jda.com
Year founded: 1985;
Number of employees: 1,700+;
Number of food customers: 1,500
Solution names: JDA Space & Category Management Solutions; JDA Price & Promotion Management Solutions; JDA Demand; JDA Allocation & Replenishment solutions; JDA Supply & Manufacturing Management Solutions; JDA Collaboration Solutions; JDA Transportation & Logistics Management Solutions; JDA Store Systems Solutions; JDA Merchandise Operations Solutions
Markets served: Manufacturers; supermarket retailers; grocery wholesalers; convenience store distributors; foodservice distributors; third-party logistics providers.
Key problems solved: Customer relationship management; data synchronization; demand management; inventory control; load planning; mobile technology; reverse logistics; routing and scheduling; supply chain management; 3PL; transportation management; warehouse management.

John Galt Solutions Inc.,
Chicago;
www.johngalt.com
Year founded: 1996;
Number of employees: 35;
Number of food customers: 250+
Solution names: ForecastX Wizard; Atlas Planning Suite; Consumer Centric Planning.
Markets served: Manufacturers.
Key problems solved: Produce accurate and timely demand forecasts, collect input from collaborative partners, produce inventory plans.

JTS (Johanson Transportation Service), Fresno, CA;
www.johansontrans.com
Year founded: 1971; Number of employees: 60; Number of food customers: 500+
Solution names: Domestic services; technology, consulting
Markets served: Manufacturers; supermarket retailers; grocery wholesalers; convenience store distributors; foodservice distributors.
Key problems solved: Streamlines supply chain communications; integrate point-to-point systems to unify technology solutions; offer access and visibility into logistics process and real-time tracking of shipments; offer connectivity to exchange business data electronically with minimal manual intervention; reduce time, errors, costs associated with manual order processing.

Kelron Logistics,
Mississaugua, Ontario, Canada;
www.kelron.com
Year founded: 1992;
Number of employees: NA;
Number of food customers: NA
Solution names: Freight Management, Transportation; Warehousing/Distribution
Markets served: Manufacturers; supermarket retailers; grocery wholesalers; convenience store distributors; foodservice distributors.
Key problems solved: Inventory control; load planning; reverse logistics; routing/scheduling; supply chain management; third-party logistics; trade compliance; transportation management; warehouse management; yard management.

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