We live and breathe warehouse management here at Scanco. We’ve been doing it for over 25 years, and we plan on doing it 25 years from now. Nothing excites us more than to hear how our customers are benefitting from our warehouse management applications. We love to hear stories of how companies moved from warehouse management disasters to success. We guess you could say we are passionate about our passions.
In the same way that we are passionate about warehouse management, we are passionate about Sage 100 ERP (formerly MAS 90 software and MAS 200 software). It is through Sage 100 that we have built our brand and on Sage 100 partners that we can rely to ensure our customers get the best possible experience. Sage 100 partners are the backbone of Scanco; without them, our customers would not gain such a holistic warehouse management experience.
In case you are wondering how our customers benefit from us having access to such a large network of Sage 100 partners, here are a few examples:
- We refer to Sage 100 reseller and developers when creating any new Sage 100 warehouse management application to ensure that it will seamlessly integrate with our customers’ Sage 100 ERP solutions.
- When we discover any issues or existing software inefficiencies during a software or application install, we can call the Sage 100 reseller and involve them directly. This eliminates the need for the customer to serve as the middleman (a win-win for all involved).
- Our customers have access to a list of vendors and solutions capable of solving their issues outside of our realm (such as EDI, shipping management, multi-bin warehouse management). All of these partners are part of the Sage 100 channel, providing our customers with consistency and excellence.
If you are in the market for new warehouse management software and technology, you should look for a warehouse management consultant who places a priority on partnership. Having access to a network of partners will make your technology partner that much more capable of meeting your unique warehouse management needs.
Have you ever had an experience with a company who utilized their partners well? Share your experience below in the comments section of this post. We’d love to hear from you!