Supply Chain Services Enters Into Strategic Software Relationship

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Partnership with MiT Systems, a leader in distribution focused software, marks the first step in a strategic initiative toward becoming a total solution provider.

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Supply Chain Services is embarking on a strategy to become a full solution provider, representing software solutions that compliment the company’s current data collection portfolio.

Supply Chain Services, a leading supplier of barcoding and data capture solutions for the distribution and warehousing markets today reported its is formalizing an agreement with MiT Systems to become a strategic partner offering the full range of MiT’s distribution software solutions. The partnership is expected to be a vehicle for future growth for both companies, and provide increased value for customers.

After significant analysis of alternative growth paths for the company, Supply Chain Services is launching its strategy of expanding into distribution solutions, and specifically the field sales and direct store delivery segment representing a $2.5B market. This segment is a fast growing opportunity and a natural extension of the company's offerings for the food and beverage industries. Partnership with MiT Systems represents a significant investment in resources and expansion of the company’s core business capability as a strategy for profitable growth.

The relationship provides an integrated solution for customers of Supply Chain Systems. It allows for consolidated hardware and software offerings that leverage the expertise of both companies. Fully understanding that there are many resellers in the automatic identification and data collection (AIDC) space that can fulfill hardware-specific requirements for barcode scanning and barcode printing, Supply Chain Services is embarking on a strategy to become a full solution provider, representing software solutions that compliment the company’s current data collection portfolio.

“We are excited to partner with MiT Systems,” said Chase Hippen, Supply Chain’s Director of Software Business Development. “Our two companies have worked together successfully in the past on a number of field mobility projects. Formalizing this relationship brings synergies that will add significant value to the markets we serve.”    

Supply Chain Services is a full service provider of barcode systems and data collection solutions. The company specializes in designing and implementing rugged mobile computer, barcode scanner, barcode printer, and wireless network infrastructures to support supply chain processes within warehousing, manufacturing, and distribution organizations. Supply Chain Services is located in Stillwater, Minnesota and has over 2000 customers across North America. For more information, visit http://www.supplychainservices.com.

MiT Systems, established in 1997, is a leading provider of mobile technology solutions for packaged goods distributors that enable its customers to effectively and efficiently manage pre-sales, delivery and route accounting operations. The company’s suite of mobility and delivery solutions meets the mission-critical needs of a mobile enterprise. Headquartered in Fullerton, California, MiT Systems supports its clients through the company’s employees and consultants throughout the U.S. MiT Systems solutions are used by many distributors ranked in the top 25 of their respective industries throughout North America. For more information, visit http://www.mitsys.com.

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