MiT Systems, Fullerton, CA
Web site: www.mitsys.com
Year founded: 1997
Number of employees: 15
Number of food customers: 60
Solution name(s): MiTEzSales Mobile
Worth noting: MiT develops proven, modern software solutions that are reliable, cost effective and easy to use.
Movement Technologies, Gaithersburg, MD
Web site: www.movementtechnologies.com
Year founded: 2009
Number of employees: 25
Number of food customers: 15
Solution name(s): Movement Technologies Transportation Management Fleet, Move Bid, Move Dock, Move Rate, Move Fleet
Worth noting: The advantages of Movement Technologies are the features of our software combined with our highly trained staff, who make sure your system shows you immediate positive results and significant return on your investment.
NECS, Madison, CT
Web site: www.necs.com
Year founded: 1987
Number of employees: 20
Number of food customers: 1,500
Solution name(s): entree Food Distribution Software
Worth noting: We have an extremely happy and passionate customer base using our software. When our customers are used as a reference for a potential customer, they do all the “selling” for us while spreading the enthusiasm about our software and how it has helped them grow their operation.
Next Generation Logistics, Inverness, IL
Web site: www.nextgeneration.com
Year founded: 1988
Number of employees: 16
Number of food customers: 100+
Solution name(s): FreightMaster TMS
Worth noting: We’re not only software developers but we’re also supply chain practitioners. Our experience and software functionality speaks to this mark!
Optricity, Research Triangle Park, NC
Web site: www.optricity.com
Year founded: 2005
Number of employees: 10
Number of food customers: 65+
Solution name(s): OptiSlot DC, OptiProfile
Worth noting: With a history steeped in experience and a wealth of advanced mathematical knowledge and engineering practices, Optricity solidly sets itself apart from other slotting system providers. Company leaders are industry experts with 30+ years of history leading slotting optimization software companies.
Outperform, Delft, Netherlands
Web site: www.2outperform.com
Year founded: 2005
Number of employees: N/A
Number of food customers: 10
Solution name(s): Outperform Planning
Worth noting: In Outperform Planning a multi layered network of supply (replenishment or production) proposals is calculated in real time and the user can adjust proposals with immediate visual feedback on the consequences. The calculation will take information and observe shelf life constraints in supply chains with perishable goods. Products may need to ripen or mature in industries such as wine and cheese. The system observes the complete lifecycle from ordering to expiring.
PakSense, Boise, ID
Web site: www.paksense.com
Year founded: 2004
Number of employees: 40
Number of food customers: 1,400
Solution name(s): PakSense Ultra Contact Label, PakSense Ultra Wireless Label, PakSense XpressPDF Label, PakSense Device Interface SDK, PakSense Ultra Printing Solution, PakSense Standard Edition Software
Worth noting: PakSense recently launched the XpressPDF temperature monitoring label. XpressPDF Labels monitor time and temperature of perishable items such as food and other perishable products during distribution and storage. About the size of a sugar packet, labels are flat and feature an integrated USB connection point, which can be plugged directly into the USB port of a computer. Once connected, the label automatically generates a PDF data file containing complete time and temperature history including a graph and summary statistics.
Paragon Software Systems, Dallas, TX
Web site: www.paragonrouting.com/us
Year founded: 1991
Number of employees: 50
Number of food customers: 85
Solution name(s): Vehicle Routing & Scheduling Optimizer, Single Depot, Multi Depot, Integrated Fleets, Fleet Controller, Resource Manager, Fastnet, Multi Period Planner, RMS (Route Management System), Territory Optimizer, Paragon HDS (Home Delivery System)