Global Engineering Group Upgrades WMS with Tryon Solutions & Cycle

Our customer is a global, high-technology engineering group founded in 1862. The company is a leader in tools and tooling systems for metal cutting; equipment, tools and services for the mining and construction industries; products in advanced stainless steel and special alloys; and products for industrial heating. They have about 43,000 employees and sales in more than 150 countries. It has distribution centers in the United States, Netherlands, Singapore and China that deliver orders overnight to customers around the globe.

Our customer was seeking a partner to assist in upgrading all four of its distribution centers from a 2010 version of a warehouse management system (WMS) to the latest version of the JDA WMS.

Download the case study to find out how Tryon Solutions and Cycle helped ensure a seamless upgrade that caused minimal disruptions to its delivery schedule.

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