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William Sudding

William Sudding

William is the Manager of Service Delivery and Support with over 10 years’ experience in software and supply chain. His aim is to ensure that SCJ’s customer experience is as smooth and valuable as possible .
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How long does it take to implement a WMS?

  The short answer is that for a first-time implementation at a brand new facility, the process should take 6-8 months, however this may vary based on multiple facto...

6 warehousing best practices for your supply chain

Your warehouse is the heart of your business. When it’s operating at peak productivity levels, it reduces costs, increases profits and keeps your customers delighted...

Wholesale commerce: keeping up with customer demand

When it comes to keeping up with technology and adapting to consumer demands, wholesalers are falling behind retailers - creating a lacklustre customer experience. H...

Why you should optimise your warehouse layout (and how to do this)

To make sure your warehouse runs successfully, you need a well designed warehouse layout. Find out how your warehouse layout affects your ability to effectively proc...

Why local warehouses should benchmark against global best practices

With globalisation turning the world into a “global village”, local businesses need to start benchmarking against global best practices if they want to maintain thei...

Save yourself the stocktake blues: getting flexible in your warehouse

How does your business handle inventory control? Having a detailed view of your warehouse lets you treat it with more flexibility - saving you countless headaches fr...

The importance of breaking down the silos of communication in your supply chain

Effective communication is a crucial element to the success of your supply chain, but somehow it’s an area that’s often neglected. If you’re experiencing a loss of p...

The importance of data integrity in warehousing

Data integrity is the difference between being able to keep promises to end customers, or running around trying to find items you were sure you had in stock.  

Why benchmarking your warehouse matters

Warehouse management is a complex task. Find out why benchmarking matters and how your warehouse management software can help you achieve world-class best practices ...

Omni-Channel and Wholesale - Network Visibility is Key

Wholesalers know better than most that an efficient supply chain is a competitive advantage, and more often than not their only competitive differentiator is service...

What defines a successful Supply Chain Management (SCM) solution implementation?

The degree of sophistication in supply chain management and optimisation technologies has advanced. Supply chain solution components are now more integrated and more...

The Future of the Store Assistant

With the advent of Omni-Channel retailing and the depth and breadth of supply chain and product data available to consumers the roll of the store assistant is set to...


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