U.S. Sugar explains their warehouse management strategy with the use of new mobility software
U.S. Sugar needed to develop new mobility software to stay faithful to the tradition of being an innovator. One of their main goals was to modernize its operations and processes with cutting edge technology in turn reducing operating expenses.
Manual, paper-based processes were timely to accomplish and prone to producing inaccurate data and unnecessary delays. To solve this challenge U.S. Sugar worked with Neptune Software to utilize mobility software to improve processes in their parts warehouse.
After transitioning the warehouse to new mobility software, U.S. Sugar was uniquely positioned to pivot operations and workforce to face some of the initial challenges brought on by COVID-19.
Presenting this session is Pedro Stinson, Senior Project Manager at U.S. Sugar
About U.S. Sugar
U.S. Sugar is one of the United States largest fully integrated producers of sugar cane, one of Florida’s major producers of orange juice products and a regional short line railroad operator. U.S. Sugar produces 650,000 – 700,000 tons of cane sugar a year, providing nearly 8% of the United States sugar production.
Other relevant topics:
- U.S. Sugar
- Farming/Food Production
- Pedro Stinson, Senior Project Manager at U.S. Sugar
- Mobility Software eliminated paper-based manual processes
- Improved user experience
- Apps that run on iOS, Android, Windows mobile devices and desktop on and offline
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