Numerex Corp, a leading provider of on-demand and interactive machine-to-machine (M2M) enterprise solutions, announced today the company has been chosen to supply managed services for Supply Chain Asset Monitoring and Management to John Deere’s operations in Moline, IL.
Stratton J. Nicolaides, chairperson and CEO of Numerex, says:
“John Deere is a world class organization and we look forward to building our relationship and to delivering valuable information for improved asset utilization and supply chain velocity results.”
“The extended supply chain is dynamic and complex. Our innovations make managing that complicated chain more cost effective with customized, scalable solutions which significantly enhance resource efficiencies.”
Numerex Supply Chain solutions support a host of applications such as monitoring and managing mobile inventory, container asset tracking, and location of packaged goods, pallets, containers, vessels and heavy vehicles. The offering includes all necessary components (customized devices, sensors, network elements, mobility and enterprise management interfaces) to deliver a single source solution that can be completely integrated into a company’s enterprise systems. Numerex’s intelligent suite of wireless sensor technologies provides monitoring and state-of-the art analytics with alerts and notifications on anomalies. The system allows companies such as John Deere deep analysis into areas such as, dwell times, asset turn and shipment trends, giving them greater insight into their supply chain.
Built on the Numerex FAST(R) platform and complemented by an intelligent, web-based management portal, Numerex’s end-to-end supply chain solution manages the entire process from development through deployment, allowing customers to focus on their core business.