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TrackX deploys SCM solution for packaging provider in US

A specialized packaging provider in the US has selected TrackX Holdings’ GAME for Supply Chain Management (SCM) platform to manage and optimize supply chain assets and related business processes.

TrackX Holdings, based in Denver, Colorado, is a provider of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) software platform.

TrackX Holdings stated that the initial deployment has been completed. Discussions are underway with the company for the expansion of the solution across additional production and distribution locations in the US, TrackX stated in a release.

GAME for SCM focuses on a variety of activities such as distribution yard and dock management, shipment planning, and driver management.

It incorporates in-cab Android-based driver applications. The solution will be integrated with the customer’s existing warehouse management system (WMS) and production planning applications.

GAME integrates with dock door sensors to determine the presence of trailers while utilizing analytics to drive optimal trailer loading. This information can be accessed on mobile devices via TrackX Mobile to enable real-time visibility of status updates.

The deployment comes from the company’s acquisition of broTECH solutions, which closed on June 29, 2017.

TrackX president and CEO Tim Harvie said: “The solution that we designed showcases the flexibility of TrackX’s GAME platform and the value-add from broTECH’s mobile solutions.”

“Our team optimized business processes from the customer’s warehouses through its distribution and delivery systems to create a supply chain management system that maximizes operational efficiencies and delivers premium experiences to its end customers. We are pleased to be working with this new customer, and look forward to delivering this expanded suite of supply chain management capabilities to both current customers and additional enterprise accounts,” Harvie added.