With over 28 global distribution centers, Martin Brower is the largest supplier to McDonalds in the world. As part of our modernization strategy, we embraced the Warehouse-in-the-Cloud to drive innovation and reduce overall operating expenses. We will discuss the decision-making process that led us to move to cloud, lessons learned in our first go-live, the overall cloud architecture including integration with other business applications (financial, transportation, labor management, and ecommerce), and the benefits being reaped – both financial and operational.
Come hear Manhattan and Oracle share how leading retailers are using “Warehouse-in-the-Cloud” to become nimbler, reduce operating expenses, and create a better foundation to compete with Amazon.com. Using real world case studies, we will demonstrate the how companies are leveraging cloud technologies to run Manhattan Warehouse Management Open Systems for a competitive advantage. These customers are saving millions in operational expenses, providing new and innovative solutions for their internal users, and achieving 40% performance increases. Join us to hear how you can add to your arsenal to win against Amazon.
There are exciting new tools available for the warehouse and retail floor that leverage sensors and analytics to make operations more visible and manageable. Learn how touch optimized rugged devices, new android wearables, location technology, and IoT solutions drive operational improvement and rapid return on investment.
Manhattan customers are invited to join us for a retrospective on Manhattan's journey to Microservices. Topics will include:
• modularization vs componentization
• deployment and scaling
• CI & automated testing
• data integration approaches
• hard and soft benefits
DevOps is contorting the software delivery cycle from a discrete to a continuous process. Docker promises lightning fast, efficient and repeatable deployments of new code. A microservice-based architecture is the platform of the future to deliver feature-rich, scalable components. Combined, DevOps, Docker and Microservices serve as an operating platform for continuous delivery of next generation, cloud native solutions. This session explores Manhattan’s use of these transformational processes and technologies to deliver world-class solutions faster and more efficiently than ever before.