Barcoding, Inc. announces partnership with eBizNET Solutions

Through strategic alliance, systems integrator and software provider are delivering end-to-end cloud-based supply chain execution solutions.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
February 13, 2014 - MMH Editorial

Barcoding, Inc., a leader in enterprise-wide mobility solutions, announces its strategic partnership with eBizNET Solutions, a leading provider of SaaS-based supply chain execution solutions.

Through this partnership, eBizNET customers are able to receive end-to-end, fully integrated supply chain technology solutions, incorporating hardware from Barcoding and eBizNET’s suite of supply chain execution software.

As an eBizNET Technology Partner, Barcoding is recommending, procuring, configuring and supporting hardware – such as mobile devices, wireless infrastructure, barcode printers, and consumables– to ensure a more seamless implementation of the eBizNET Supply Chain Suite. Available primarily on a SaaS/cloud-based model, the eBizNET Supply Chain Execution Suite features scalable modules including warehouse management, reverse logistics, cargo and transportation management.

“Partnering with other supply chain technology experts like Barcoding allows us to help our customers enable collaborative supply chain execution across a single platform,” said Sid Geddam, founder and CEO, eBizNET. “Because Barcoding is a systems integrator, our customers have the added benefit and convenience of turning to one provider for the entire infrastructure needed to support the eBizNET solution.”

Jay Steinmetz, CEO, Barcoding, Inc., said, “Like Barcoding, eBizNET is focused on delivering technology solutions that make supply chains more efficient, accurate and connected through automation. We look forward to growing this partnership as we work together towards this common goal.”



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