Technology

9 April, 2019

PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Generix Group Delivers Change-Ready Supply Chain Execution Solution

Enabling advanced Feature-as-a-Service framework the Generix Supply Chain Hub answers demands of rapidly changing industries

Chicago, Montreal, Paris, April 9th, 2019 – Generix Group, a leading provider of agile Supply Chain-Execution (SCE) solutions is pleased to herald its continued ascent of the rapidly evolving North American Supply Chain Management markets at this week’s Promat conference in Chicago, April 8th-11th. On display at the Generix Group pavilion, stand #S3871, the company will showcase its enhanced, highly adaptable SCE solution, Generix Supply Chain Hub.

8 April, 2019

In the wake of President Donald Trump’s issued ultimatums and threats to Mexico to shutter sections of the US-Mexico border, industry watchers warn of dire economic consequences, particularly for the automotive industry. In a continuous cross-border interchange of parts, partially completed components and finalized vehicles themselves, the sheer volume of materials for automotive alone has been estimated at $20 Billion a month. Observers close to the industry say that such a move would bring automobile production to a screeching halt. That’s because, according to the Center for Automotive Research in Michigan. "Mexico is a source of 37 percent of all imported auto parts to the U.S. Every vehicle has Mexican parts in it."

15 October, 2018

Please join us as we present these highly informative and engaging sessions:

SCM86 - Hot Topic: Is Your Supply Chain "Future Ready"?

Presenter:  Phil Gautrin, VP of Customer Success, Generix Group

Heard of Industry 4.0 or the digital supply chain? Amazon and the other industry leaders have been driving this revolution for years now, and soon anyone not embracing the capabilities of having technology embedded throughout their supply chain will be left in the dust. We’ll discuss the latest innovations and resulting capabilities being recognized, then drill down to real actions your small to medium-sized business can afford and execute.

Tuesday, October 15, 10:15 – 11:15, Rm. 156 South

27 June, 2018

This fall, step away from your screens, pack up your big ideas, and head to BCUG/NAVUG Summit Phoenix, the most comprehensive and impressive conference of the year. As a proud PREMIER SPONSOR, Generix Group North America is excited to share this experience with you.

Why you should attend:

BCUG/NAVUG Summit is THE go-to conference that brings industry experts, software development vendors, and everyday users together to discuss important issues, trends, product updates, customer pain points, and genuine solutions.

The value of BCUG/NAVUG Summit is endless! Here are a few more reasons why you should attend:

11 June, 2018

Digital transformation is a hot topic in the aftermarket trade media. But how many companies are really doing it?

Part 1 of this series defined the differences between digitization and digital transformation.

Digitization, we said, occurs when companies use digital technologies to optimize their current business.

Digital transformation drives radical change. It occurs when a company uses digital technology to disrupt its own business or an industry.

A company may disrupt by developing new revenue sources, by redefining the competition, or by realigning relationships among players.

WMS - MES Syncronization
23 May, 2017

Manufacturing companies are consistently faced with the challenges of producing top-notch goods all the while increasing productivity, eliminating waste, and maintaining high quality standards. By leveraging a best-of-breed MES, you can achieve inventory accuracy, decrease operational costs, and fulfill the highest levels of customer demand.

2 June, 2016

by Sébastien Delorme and Nicolas Laplante.

10 July, 2013

Software development methods are evolving. Inspired from lean manufacturing, agile software development methods are replacing the waterfall method. Agile methods aim at frequently releasing small software increments, collecting user feedback, and adjusting future developments based on the feedback. Each development iteration goes through all software development phases, including specifications, design, implementation, testing, acceptance and deployment, but over a short time frame, typically 2 to 4 weeks. The main benefits are: