Supply Chain Services Implements NetSuite WMS Software

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New system will help increase efficiency, improve operational excellence and better serve customers

Supply Chain Services, an award winning provider of barcode solutions and services, announced today that they are now “live” on NetSuite’s Warehouse Management System (WMS) software. The system, an add on to Supply Chain Services’ existing NetSuite enterprise software, will help the company increase efficiency, improve operational excellence and better serve customers.

“Switching to a WMS package that worked seamlessly with our NetSuite ERP system was incredibly important to us,” said Chip Emery CEO of Supply Chain Services. “We sell and service the mobile devices on which the WMS software operates, so not only does this help us track what goes in and out of our warehouse, it also strengthens our credibility with customers in demonstrating that we use what we sell. The past and expected future growth in our business drove the need for a more sophisticated enterprise system. This WMS implementation is the latest step in meeting that need.”

Prior to the change, the warehouse area at Supply Chain Services was utilizing paper to track inventory. The company had software, but because it wasn’t compatible with NetSuite they couldn’t utilize it. With this implementation, the company expects to have much better traceability, speed, accuracy and deliverability of its products.

About Supply Chain Services
Supply Chain Services is a full service provider of barcode systems with IT support services to design and implement data collection solutions. The company specializes in designing and implementing rugged mobile computers, barcode scanners, barcode printers and label media and wireless network infrastructures to support supply chain services within warehousing, logistics, manufacturing and distribution organizations. The company is located in Oakdale, Minnesota and has more than 2,000 customers across North America. For more information, please visit

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