Our August issue story on labor management systems failed to identify the LMS solution implemented by Briggs & Stratton. The company used RedPrairie's DLx Labor software.
A statement in that same article characterizing workforce performance management software as software that does not address warehouse productivity may have been inadvertently misleading. Though some industry analysts use that definition to distinguish workforce performance management from labor management software, RedPrairie points out that it markets software called Workforce Performance Management that is designed to handle the same functions as labor management solutions, including boosting warehouse productivity.
- A convenient solution to conveyor challenges
- Takeoff Technologies expands grocery fulfillment deal with retailer Albertsons
- Is the industry robot-ready? interview with Dr. Christian Wurll
- The mothers (and fathers) of invention
- JD Logistics partners with pallet provider to boost supply chain efficiency
Join the Discussion
After you comment, click Post. If you're not already logged in, you will be asked to log in or register.
Feedback: What did you think of this article? We'd like to hear from you. DC VELOCITY is committed to accuracy and clarity in the delivery of important and useful logistics and supply chain news and information. If you find anything in DC VELOCITY you feel is inaccurate or warrants further explanation, please ?Subject=Feedback - : oversight">contact Chief Editor David Maloney. All comments are eligible for publication in the letters section of DC VELOCITY magazine. Please include you name and the name of the company or organization your work for.