Intelligrated’s software subsidiary Knighted relocates and expands its New York headquarters

Move supports investment in software solutions for Intelligrated and Knighted customers.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
October 22, 2013 - MMH Editorial

Intelligrated, a North American-based automated material handling solutions provider, has announced the relocation of its software subsidiary company, Knighted, to a new, larger facility in Elmsford, N.Y. The 26,600-square-foot space is nearly four times larger than Knighted’s former headquarters, with room to accommodate the company’s recent growth following its successful acquisition by Intelligrated.

Located at 555 Taxter Road, Elmsford, N.Y., the new building provides increased space for research and development, quality assurance, sales and marketing, account management, executive management and training personnel. Additionally, the facility will host a state-of-the art software testing lab and customer demonstration area. Since its acquisition by Intelligrated in December 2012, Knighted has added more than 50 new associates.

“This new facility demonstrates Intelligrated’s commitment to Knighted and their continued growth,” said Greg Cronin, executive vice president, Intelligrated. “This expansion ensures customers receive the latest software solutions with 24/7 service and support.”

Knighted delivers an innovative suite of fulfillment execution systems that increase order fulfillment accuracy and velocity for the e-commerce, retail, food and beverage, 3PL, wholesale and consumer products industries. The Knighted suite includes warehouse management (WMS), warehouse control (WCS), order fulfillment, labor management and supply chain business intelligence software.

In addition to the Elmsford office, Knighted has software development centers in California, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio and Colorado.



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