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Discover Manhattan Associates in the news. Below you’ll find recent articles and media coverage of Manhattan Associates, our supply chain solutions, and our customers. From supply chain trade magazines to regional, national and international business publications, read what the press has to say about supply chain management.

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The Future of Food LogisticsIn the News
Food Logistics, December 16, 2013 by Lara Sowinski - Goya and Manhattan Associates Achieve New Pinnacle in Sustainability, Efficiency, and Safety Goya Foods and Manhattan Associates are profiled in Food Logistics following a successful implementation of Manhattan WMS and Transportation Planning & Execution. View Article
Neiman Marcus: Optimizing with Manhattan AssociatesIn the News
Modern Materials Handling, November 1, 2013 by Bob Trebilcock - A true multi-use facility, Neiman Marcus is optimizing its Pennsylvania DC with the help of Manhattan WMS. View Article
Manhattan Senior Director Peter Schnorbach Authors Byline in Food Logistics: "Mobile Apps Bring Labor Solutions to the Warehouse Floor"In the News
Food Logistics, October 21, 2013 by Peter Schnorbach - In an exclusive byline for Food Logistics, Manhattan Senior Director Peter Schnorbach goes in-depth, examining mobile technology and its impact on labor in the warehouse. View Article
Harvard Drug Improves Inventory and Warehouse Management with Manhattan In the News
Logistics Management, September 1, 2013 by Bridget McCrea - In an interview with Logistics Management, Harvard Drug touts Manhattan Warehouse Management System, Demand Forecasting and Inventory Optimization for improving their overall supply chain operations. Harvard Drug decreased inventory by 30 percent while increasing capital by 270 base points year over year. View Article
Giant Eagle Makes the Case for Mobile RobotsIn the News
Modern Materials Handling, June 17, 2013 by Bob Trebilcock - Robotic industrial trucks are driving efficiencies in Giant Eagle’s distribution centers. Here’s what the rest of us can learn from an early adopter of robotic technology. View Article
The State of the Art in Labor Management SystemsIn the News
SupplyChainBrain, March 28, 2013 by Peter Schnorbach - Peter Schnorbach, senior director of product management with Manhattan Associates, explains how labor-management systems have evolved to become tools for determining optimum D.C. staffing levels. View Article
Undergoing a Facelift Inside and Out, Belk Takes its 125th Birthday in StrideIn the News
Apparel, March 12, 2013 by Jordan Speer - This week kicks off a 125-day celebration to mark the 125-year anniversary of Belk, founded by William Henry Belk in 1888. The occasion will be celebrated with 125 days of prizes and 125 days of giving — employees will be given work time to volunteer with local schools and charities — not to mention the launch of more than 125 exclusive designs. View Article
Work in ProgressIn the News
Georgia Trend, March 1, 2013 by Ben Young - Logistics doesn't exactly get a bad rap, but you won’t hear it discussed often at parties. In its broadest sense, the term means “the handling of the details of an operation.” Once applied specifically to the military, it has come to be most associated with transport: imports and exports, switchyards, trucks and trains, last-mile connections, inventory and supply coordination, truckers and loading docks – all the components of moving goods from one place to another. View Article
ASICS Finds the Perfect FitIn the News
Modern Materials Handling, February 1, 2013 by Maida Napolitano - When the athletic footwear maker flipped the switch on its 520,000-square-foot paperless DC it completely transformed the way it processed orders. Today its mobile equipment affords real-time inventory management, improved communication among floor supervisors, and new efficiencies in shipping operations. View Article
The very near future of LMSIn the News
Modern Materials Handling, December 1, 2012 by Josh Bond - Labor is the largest cost center in any facility and, as a result, the focus of many efforts to improve efficiency. Yet, like so many entrenched practices, labor management is often rooted in outdated notions of optimal worker performance, scheduling and training. Bad habits are sometimes so well established that systems proven to dramatically improve labor efficiency seem incompatible with the prevailing culture of an operation. View Article
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