SAP partner: InfoLogix forms global SCE & and mobility solutions group
InfoLogix is extending capabilities offered to Global 2000 and midmarket enterprises running SAP enterprise systems with mobility solutions and a proprietary platform for delivering wireless data to handheld devices.<br/>
InfoLogix recently SAP Global Services Group to bring increased efficiency, improved ROI, and real-time supply chain insight to SAP customers in pharmaceuticals, retail, consumer packaged goods, third-party logistics, wholesale distribution, and utilities.
The InfoLogix team consists of consultants with expertise in SAP logistics applications, including SAP Extended Warehouse Management, Warehouse Management, Transportation Management, Event Management, and native SAP automatic data collection technologies.
Commenting on the group launch, David Gulian, InfoLogix president & CEO, says, "As we expand our supply chain mobility-enhancing solutions, it's crucial to have our finger on the pulse of our customers' needs, and the majority of our existing and targeted commercial clients have deployed SAP as their [ERP] solution. By forming our SAP Global Services Group, we take the next step in our initiative to become the strongest SAP supply chain and mobility partner for the 75,000 businesses worldwide running SAP. We look forward to helping our current and prospective enterprise clients realize the full potential of SAP supply chain and mobility applications."
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