May 24, 2012
MAM Software Group, Inc.
(OTC Bulletin Board: MAMS) and its subsidiary
MAM Software Ltd.
, today announced that
, a leading manufacturer and supplier of automotive parts, has significantly improved efficiency since installing MAM's
Warehouse Management Software (WMS)
febi bilstein is one of the world's leading global manufacturers and suppliers of passenger car and commercial vehicle spare parts. Products range from steering, engine, braking, chassis and wheel fastening technology to vehicle electronics and rubber metal.
MAM's Warehouse Management Software (WMS) module provides a real time inventory management solution to warehouses of all sizes. Featuring a handheld PDA and scanner that integrates seamlessly with MAM's Autopart business management application, the WMS module optimizes the flow of goods through a warehouse, managing all activities from good receiving and putaway to picking, packing and shipment.
Since installing MAM's WMS solution, which supports PDA scanning and the 'chaotic storage' method favored by large organizations such as Amazon, febi have made significant efficiency and time savings. "WMS has slashed our putaway times in half," said
, Head of Commercial Operations at febi UK. "Chaotic storage has increased our capacity by up to 30% and location directed putaway via the scanning devices has massively improved our stock accuracy."
"We are proud to extend our long term partnership with such a strong forward-thinking company. We are delighted that febi UK is realizing the full potential of our WMS solution and achieving such positive results," said
, CEO at MAM Software Group.
"The successful launch of WMS demonstrates our ongoing commitment to developing new, high-quality, innovative solutions. Our continued investment in R&D, coupled with our desire to exploit all advances in technology, enables us to us to maintain our role as technology leader and continually strengthen our position in the automotive aftermarket. We are very excited by the future potential and enhanced opportunities that Autopart and WMS presents to the MAM Software Group."