Inventory purchasing software provider Thrive Technologies recently announced that salad producer Fresh Express has adopted the Thrive Inventory Replenishment System. Inventory replenishment, also known as stock replenishment, refers to the process of evaluating the current levels of inventory daily versus upcoming demand, in order to calculate how much more to order. Thrive’s Inventory Replenishment software measures its progress toward the client’s inventory goals, which is a functionality that businesses don’t get from their enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems.
Inventory purchasing software provider Thrive Technologies recently announced that global textile solutions leader American Dawn has adopted the Thrive S&OP System. Sales and Operations Planning Software (S&OP) is a proven way for companies to improve their demand plans by incorporating sales and marketing knowledge not contained in the demand history.
Inventory purchasing software provider Thrive Technologies announced today that kitchen, bath and light wholesaler PDI has improved their ability to forecast demand using Thrive’s system. With over 40 years of industry knowledge, PDI is one of the leading kitchen, bath and lighting distributors in the Southeast. As a result of implementing and going live with Thrive’s industry-leading software, PDI has already posted a 10 percent improvement in inventory turns, even while revenues increased during the same timeframe.
Inventory purchasing software provider Thrive Technologies recently announced signage and graphics industry supply distributor S&F Supplies has significantly improved their inventory purchasing efficiencies from utilizing Thrive’s system. With this implementation, S&F Supplies has been able to align strategic inventory policy with daily inventory buyer activity, creating a more cohesive and streamlined inventory purchasing and inventory transfer process.
Thrive Technologies CEO Rick Morris recently presented to the Advanced Inventory Management (AIM) Group for Infor SX.enterprise (SX.e) Users on Wednesday, March 13. The AIM Group is dedicated to the promotion of best practices of Advanced Inventory Management for users of SX.e. Morris’s presentation focused on better demand planning for Infor distribution clients, specifically those who utilize Infor’s SX.e product.