SHENZHEN, CHINA, 5 MAY 2011 - Manhattan Associates has completed a series of deployments for its supply chain solution in China.
The global supply chain optimisation provider is enjoying continued momentum in China thanks to several go-lives completed in recent months at the sites of key customers operating in a range of industry segments in the market.
The company notes the rapidly growing Chinese economy, which has resulted in an increase in the adoption of advanced supply chain optimisation applications.
This is more pertinent for companies which want to fulfill several goals such as gaining control of their extended supply chain, improving supply chain performance and maximising overall business competitiveness.
Manhattan Associates emphasises that businesses can leverage its solutions to gain greater visibility across their supply chain. In addition, users of this solution will also be able to optimise inventory allocation and drive out process inefficiencies.
Uptick in demand
Manhattan Associates has experienced an uptick in demand for its solution that is specifically coming from companies operating in the retail and logistics industries.
"Over the last year, we've seen a rapid adoption of our supply chain optimisation solutions in China," said Arnold Consengco, Manhattan Associates' managing director, North Asia.
Consengco continued: "We are delighted with the success of these recent projects, and owe a lot to our extremely hardworking employees who are dedicated to working closely with Manhattan customers in the market to help them maximise the return on their investment with us. Our success in China is a result of our strong local presence and the experience of our staff both locally and globally, as well as our post sales support and commitment to delivering the most innovative and constantly evolving solutions."
The following companies have successfully completed implementations of various components of Manhattan's supply chain solution platforms, Manhattan SCOPE and Manhattan SCALE: Shenzhen Easttop Supply Chain Management Ltd, Sinopharm Group, Guangzhou Fengshen Logistics (FSL) and Better Life Commercial Chain Share Co Ltd (BuBuGao).
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