Intelligrated integrates technical support for Knighted software solutions

Knighted WMS, WCS and LMS software customers now have access to expanded 24/7 technical support services from Intelligrated.
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By Modern Materials Handling Staff
October 01, 2013 - MMH Editorial

Intelligrated, a North American-based automated material handling solutions provider, announces the integration of its technical support services for Knighted software customers. Intelligrated’s Customer Service & Support team now offers 24/7 single-source support for Knighted Vision warehouse management (WMS), WCSPlus warehouse control (WCS) and GoalPost labor management (LMS) software customers with expanded technical support contracts.

Knighted software technical support inquiries are now handled through Intelligrated’s customer support hotline. This hotline connects customers to a team of knowledgeable and highly-trained Intelligrated and Knighted customer support engineers.

Knighted customers with expanded technical support contracts can now also access Intelligrated’s Customer Service & Support Dashboard, an online incident management portal that provides visibility for all technical support interactions.

“Intelligrated and Knighted are well-positioned to provide unique, fully-integrated fulfillment execution solutions to satisfy the demands of fast-paced multi-channel distribution and fulfillment environments,” said Greg Cronin, executive vice president, Intelligrated. “By integrating Knighted software into Intelligrated’s technical support services, our combined solutions are backed by 24/7 coverage from a single, responsive source.”



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