Recently, DSI, a leader in Cloud Inventory and Field Inventory Management has offered new improvements to its popular Oracle-based Cloud Inventory technology.
The supply chain is evolving fast as recent articles about the supply chain bottleneck have attested, and using DSI, companies are able to manage their warehouses quickly to make room for one product, shift another to a different warehouse, and anticipate the need to place new orders or to hold off on orders as the economics of the situation dictate.
One example of how DSI is revolutionizing the industry is that the latest version of its cloud inventory is now being integrated into Salesforce, the world’s number 1 customer service platform.
Through the integration of Salesforce and DSI, now, beyond previous capabilities, warehouse managers and execs can gain an instantaneous look at where their supply chain has gaps that need to be filled, and analyze quickly how to fill those gaps.
Although the company has been offering Cloud Inventory for quite some time, the current version of its computer application was perfected in October of 2020.
With no programming necessary drag and drop flowcharts, the company’s inventory
the platform offers easy access for the movers and the shakers in the warehouse business to access information easily, and even from their mobile phones en route to a business meeting about the complete status of their inventory.
As DSI president Mark Goode States, “when people talk about supply chain disruptions, they really mean access to the inventory.”
With DSI’s cloud-based application, there are plenty of warning signs the minute any gap shows up in warehouse inventory, giving managers an opportunity to shift quickly and ensure the gap is closed.
DSI is also very easy and intuitive for warehouse managers and execs to use and as a result, even a quick demonstration that is available from the company will convince most supply chain execs. See this page for more information.
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