Radley Corp. intends to introduce a new inventory module in the first quarter of next year, David Barks, vice president of the company's Data Collection Division in Grand Rapids, Mich., told CPC/BIM.
Established in 1974, Radley incorporated a best-of-breed approach to provide a complete Supply Chain and WorkForce Productivity Software Solution Suite. Radley's Supply Chain Productivity (EDI) solutions are based at its headquarters in Southfield, Mich. Radley's Data Collection Division, located in Grand Rapids, Mich., with additional offices in Phoenix, and Madison, Wis., provides packaged data-collection-based solutions that use "identical and proven" architecture throughout and "seamlessly" integrate enterprise bar code labeling functionality. The company said it has enabled manufacturers of all sizes to productively manage their enterprise data. "Through the development, distribution, and continued support of innovative, fully-integrated, business-to-business EDI and automated data collection solutions, we continue to address today's critical business needs across a wide range of industries."
Barks said the module is "highly secure and is a very flexible inventory. It's combined, obviously, with data collection, and it's basically a model that we've taken all the features and benefits we see in high-end ERP software inventory systems that are very expensive, and we've kind of rolled them into a more cost-effective technology model into deployment models for small- to mid-size organizations so they can get a lot of the benefits. A lot of the low-end inventory applications work fine for basic inventory, but when people start looking at more advanced features, the price tag goes up pretty quick, so that's a market space we're moving into next year."