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.
Modern Materials Handling, September 1, 2014 by Roberto Michel - Modern Materials Handling Interviews Manhattan Associates Senior Director Mike Mulqueen about the importance of TMS and WMS integration.
Manufacturing Business Technology, August 22, 2014 by Adam Kline - Manufacturing Business Technology publishes byline by Manhattan Associates Senior Director Adam Kline on the ins and outs of manufacturing in an omnichannel world.
NRF STORES, August 20, 2014 by Susan Reda -
Lilly Pulitzer selected Manhattan Associates’ enterprise order management and store order fulfillment solutions with the goal of making its products seamlessly available anywhere in their network. Read this article to learn how these solutions enable them to save sales and improve customer service.
Integrated Solutions for Retailers, August 13, 2014 by Matt Pillar - Integrated Solutions for Retailers Editor Matt Pillar shares his thoughts on the importance of Manhattan Associates acquiring Global Bay.
Forrester Research, Inc., July 29, 2014 by Editor -
The Forrester report evaluated nine vendors in the Omni-Channel Order Management category, reviewing current offering, strategy and market presence. Manhattan Associates scored the highest of all vendors evaluated in the current offering category, and stands out as a leader with the highest scores in Customer Service, Store Fulfillment, Product Roadmap, and Planned Enhancements.
Talking Logistics, July 17, 2014 by Steve Vail - Why would you hand over your transportation management to someone else? There are viable reasons to outsource the system, people or both; for example, your transportation requirements are not unique enough to staff a full department. In certain situations, allowing a firm to host the systems is a viable alternative as long as the planners, dispatchers and other users are within your department.
Other segments in your business could be outsourced, but a core function within supply chain might not be one of them. Control of the supply chain is one of the top... View Article
DC Velocity, July 14, 2014 by James Cooke - One supply chain software company—Manhattan Associates—has even developed a way (dubbed SCOPE Social) to connect the dashboard portals in its applications with an enterprise social networking tool, Yammer.