IBS is pleased to have been selected by Gartner as one of the top 20 supply chain management software suppliers of 2015. This recent article in Modern Materials Handling summarizes Gartner's research for all 20 vendors on this year's list.
Warehouse operations can be the throttle or the chokehold of a supply chain, a truth that has become more evident with the growth of e-commerce, says Robert Carver, Director of WMS Sales at IBS. In this recent video for SupplyChainBrain, Carver discusses how technology is helping companies address challenges and opportunities in today's warehouse.
Functionality and Continuity is key in Corialis Group’s future strategy.
View recent coverage in CIO Review of IBS Customer Dot Foods use of the IBS Dynaman WMS Yard Management tool to reduce inventory and storage costs, while increasing storage capacity and inventory accuracy.
In this recent article in Food Logistics, IBS Sr. Global Product Marketing Manager, Lori Harner, weighs in on how supply chain technology is helping food & beverage distributors deal with the cost impact of the Food Safety Monitization Act (FSMA).
In this recent article published by Industrial Distribution, IBS General Manager of the Americas, Tim Conroy, discusses three areas where increased warehouse efficiencies are driving supply chain improvements in 2015.
Leading private equity firm sees opportunities to continue company’s growth trajectory
Coverage of IBS Acquisition by Marlin Equity Partners in Materials Handling Product News. Leading private equity firm sees opportunities to continue company's growth trajectory. Marlin plans to grow the business organically, as well as through strategic acquisitions, and to support IBS in delivering world-class products and services to their diverse client base.
Supply Chain & Demand Executive recently highlighted the recent winners of the Top 100 Award, including IBS’ work with Customer 2XL. IBS’s Dynaman WMS let 2XL customize workflow processes to match customer needs, including the ability to integrate value-added services, such as case picking, cross-docking and returnable packages.
Coverage by Bloomberg Business of the International Business Systems (IBS) acquisition by US-based private equity firm Marlin Equity Partners. The firm said that IBS fits well with its long-term investment strategy. Marlin's investment profile focuses on established technology businesses.