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Inbound Logistics Names OrderDynamics a 2019 Top 100 Logistics IT Provider

This is an archived post from OrderDynamics, now Tecsys retail division.
Inbound Logistics Names OrderDynamics a 2019 Top 100 Logistics IT Provider “It is an honor to be named a Top 100 Logistics IT Provider, recognizing our expertise in omni-channel retail order management,” said Nick McLean, president, OrderDynamics. “There is a clear gap in the market – more than 40% of shoppers used in-store pickup over the 2018 holiday season. Yet, our research shows that only 27.5% of U.S. retailers offer buy online, pickup in store (BOPIS) services to customers. Over the next few years, there will be a race to get systems in place to close this gap. Our inclusion in the Inbound Logistics’ list demonstrates that OrderDynamics is well positioned to bring best-in-class DOM solutions to retailers who understand its value.” OrderDynamics is part of the 2019 Top 100 Logistics IT Providers by Inbound Logistics (IL). In brief, the annual list recognizes solutions from selected providers that are central to solving transportation, logistics and supply chain challenges. Each year, Inbound Logistics develops a list of the Top 100 Logistics IT Providers. Firstly, editors at the publication research capabilities based on vendor questionnaires and other sources. Then, they select 100 technology providers offering solutions designed to meet business logistics managers’ supply chain challenges. This year’s Top 100 Logistics IT Providers include those serving Fortune 1000 companies. Also included were small and medium-sized businesses. In short, Inbound Logistics’ editors place value on choosing providers whose solutions are central to solving transportation, logistics, and supply chain challenges. As well as those with proven customer successes.

What Made OrderDynamics Stand Out as a Top IT Logistics Provider?

OrderDynamics’ omni-channel order management technology enables retailers to connect digital commerce to physical stores. In short, the Distributed Order Management (DOM) solution employs a flexible and intelligent approach to processing orders across a retailer’s entire network. What's more, throughout this it provides inventory visibility, optimized order routing, and powerful analytics. Additionally, OrderDynamics is starting to see more traction in non-traditional retailing. This is like third-party logistics companies, who are now offering DOM as a service to clients.

Well Positioned to Bring Best-in-Class DOM Solutions to Retailers

“Our customers are facing challenges that are more complex. It is our responsibility is to ensure our solutions create clarity from that complexity, thus enabling very good businesses to achieve greatness through their supply chain. Our end-to-end platform provides an extended ecosystem of technologies and solutions, that gives our customers confidence that their businesses can grow—and evolve—as their market demands.”

Peter Brereton, President and CEO, Tecsys

Late in 2018, Tecsys acquired OrderDynamics. Tecsys is a global provider of supply chain management (SCM) solutions that equips growing organizations with industry-leading services and tools to achieve operational greatness. Furthermore, Tecsys provides warehousing and distribution solutions to healthcare, heavy equipment, retail, service parts, industrial and 3PL (third-party logistics) markets. Examples of key Tecsys technologies include: Warehouse management systems (WMS); Demand planning and analytics; Distribution management systems (DMS); Transportation management systems (TMS); Supply management; Point-of-use systems, and others. Historically, Tecsys had focused on addressing some of North America’s most complex supply chain and distribution challenges. As businesses continue to contend with more complex supply chains than ever before, OrderDynamics and Tecsys are now in a position to present a robust solution to customers. Read more about the 2019 Top Logistics IT Providers here. Additionally, check out an interview with Tecsys CEO, Peter Brereton on the OrderDynamics acquisition, and the future of retail’s supply chain here. Author:  Charles Dimov is VP of Marketing at OrderDynamics. Charles has 23 years experience in Marketing, Sales and Management across various IT and Technology businesses. Previous roles include Chief of Staff, Director Product Marketing, and Director Sales. Charles has held roles in brand name firms like IBM, Ericsson, HP, ADP, and OrderDynamics.  
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