Find ProCat literature, Industry White Papers, Case Studies, and Customer videos in the Learning Center below.
ProCat offers modular software solutions to support all warehousing functions including Order Picking, Receiving, Loading, Pallet Building, Cycle Counting, Put-away, Replenishment and more. Click through the flipbook to see ProCat's detailed list of software solutions and capabilities.
Discussing technological change can often inspire inertia. But every day that distribution centers use outdated or inadequate technology they could be wasting thousands of dollars in lost productivity and increased costs due to avoidable errors and inefficiencies. Additional (but less obvious) costs include the business risks of lost opportunity and reputation.
Soto Food Service’s manual picking method was holding it back. Picking with paper was causing too many errors, taking too long, and creating too many customer claims. Soto Food Service also wanted to speed up delivery times, while implementing an easier training method for new drivers. The company found what it was looking for after learning about ProCat's modular suite of solutions.
With Closed Loop Scanning, companies have real-time data showing what’s been picked, what’s been loaded, and what’s been delivered to customers, creating a error-proof system that helps improve operational accuracy.
Wilkens Foodservice a family-owned and operated company. The distribution business was bogged down with inefficiencies from its paper pick system and decided to make the upgrade to PickRight by ProCat.
For organizations still running legacy systems and contemplating updated technology, we present ProCat’s Top 4 Reasons Why Foodservice Distributors Should Invest in Technology.
Chico, CA-based S&L Food Sales needed to update its paper-based picking process. Struggling from costly mis-picks, long picking shifts, and low employee moral, S&L turned to PickRight. After a seamless integration with its existing NECS software, S&L improved its bottom line and company culture with PickRight.
The pandemic accelerated labor-related issues that distribution centers were already facing, foremost among them driving increased performance from existing staff. Companies are seeking ways to eliminate bias in performance evaluations and instead tie pay and promotions to performance data. All these challenges are driving companies to invest more in employee performance software/systems and build human resources staff, especially in warehousing and industrial settings.
Managing a food industry warehouse is not a set-it-and-forget-it operation. Space is finite; new products and sizes proliferate; old ones fall out of favor; stock changes seasonally; and technology improves. Examining infrastructure and reviewing layout and systems should be an ongoing process so you can squeeze every ounce of efficiency out of your operation. Here are seven strategies to help your operation.
Interested in learning more about how ProCat solutions can help your company?
Whether you have a question about solution features, product demonstrations, pricing structures or anything else, our team is ready to answer all your questions.
We are here to help you.