About VAI S2K Enterprise
VAI’s S2K Enterprise represents a collaboration with IBM that is designed to improve productivity in a number of different industries including, but not limited to, manufacturing, retail and pharmaceutical. The suite allows for effectively managing the inventory supply chain in order to improve efficiency and output. In addition to integrated warehouse management software, the S2K Enterprise suite incorporates inventory management software and supply chain management software. All told, it combines more than a dozen distinct applications into a single system. The suite allows for real-time monitoring of inventory management in order to minimize errors and ensure accuracy. There are a number of user-defined, automated options that will allow for bulk handling and automated storage choices in order to optimize warehouse space, as well as manage staff handling of inventory. VAI also offers its business solutions in software as a service arrangements. This option reduces client costs for software licensing and hardware in addition to providing them with date security and mobile access.
The S2K application and its integrated warehouse management software was a critical addition to the business operations of client, Phantom Fireworks. The top distributor of fireworks for consumers in America, the company realized increased sales and even opened three new retail outlets after having S2K installed. Since most sales of Phantom Fireworks occur during a very narrow window before and after July 4, the demands on VAI software in this peak sales period were considerable and intense.
Based in Long Island, New York, Vormittag Associates, Inc. (VAI) is among an elite few companies which are designated by IBM as Premier Business Partners. The company maintains other U.S. offices in Florida, Illinois and California. In establishing itself as a global provider of management software, inventory management software and other business solutions, it has expanded into the Middle East, the Caribbean and Europe.
(Last updated on 04/08/2016 by Jonathan Darcy)