Nulogy announced today the availability of a new wave of updates to its iPad-optimized Mobile WMS and QCloud product lines after months of development and testing.
A pioneer in using modern multi-touch devices for industrial applications, Nulogy has released important new updates to its Mobile WMS and QCloud experiences. While select customers, part of Nulogy’s Early Access Program, have been piloting the updates, Nulogy is now making these updates available to the general market.
The PackManager Mobile WMS module now handles the majority of warehouse functions previously available to customers in the system’s legacy mobile experience. Receiving and Move workflows in particular have been streamlined with a brand new user interface (UI). The new UI, which is optimized for iPads, allows users to access information more quickly with an improved layout, lets workers focus on tasks by reducing the need to interact with the software, supports natural touch gestures, and uses custom on-screen keyboards to dramatically improve the compatibility with bluetooth barcode scanners.
Nulogy’s latest product, QCloud, has received a major update to its foundational infrastructure, bringing significant improvements to availability and reliability. Seeing steady increased demand for the innovative quality control solution, Nulogy invested significant time and resources into migrating QCloud to an infrastructure partner that could provide the necessary scalability and service to support this growth. Furthermore, to enable more rapid improvements to the overall solution, the data storage technology used to quickly and securely store and retrieve the quality sheet data saved in QCloud was upgraded. In the coming months, QCloud, which also runs on iPads, will also benefit from the new user interface technologies that Nulogy has developed for its PackManager Mobile WMS module.
“The Nulogy user experience design and engineering teams have been working continuously to bring a new generation of technology to our contract packaging and manufacturing customers,” said Jason Yuen, Nulogy’s Chief Technology Officer. “We are confident that the investments over the past months will be appreciated and enjoyed by users, and will pay dividends as we continue to grow both solutions.”
About Nulogy :
Nulogy is the pioneer of Contract Packaging Management Systems. A Food Logistics Top 100 Supplier, and UP 2011 Cloud Computing Finalist, Nulogy also holds board positions and is actively involved in organizations including the Council for Supply Chain Management Professionals, the Contract Packaging Association, and the Foundation for Strategic Sourcing. Nulogy’s solutions are used in the supply chains of Fortune 100 brands around the world to deliver millions of dollars of consumer products every day while reducing costs, improving compliance, and increasing customer loyalty.
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