ProMat 2017 - supply chain, manufacturing, distribution trade show
McCormick Place
Chicago, IL | April 3-6, 2017

Tryon Solutions, Inc.

Booth #S3184

Tryon Solutions provides professional services and software solutions for JDA® (formerly RedPrairie®) supply chain applications. Tryon Solutions has extensive experience with end-to-end implementations, upgrades and optimization services for Warehouse Management Systems and associated solutions, such as Transportation Management Systems, Workforce Management, parcel, automation and other logistics execution software applications.

In additional to implementation services, Tryon Solutions specializes in supply chain automated testing using its propriety software, Cycle™. Designed to validate supply chain business processes, Cycle enables customers to automate testing without the need for advanced training or technical expertise. Through partnering with customers, Tryon Solutions helps logistics teams leverage its services and solutions to increase productivity, reduce risk and optimize operations across their supply chain. For more information, visit www.tryonsolutions.com.

Brands


Cycle Automated Testing Software
Tryon Solutions

Innovation Award

Cycle – Business Process Validation for Supply Chain Systems
Cycle business process validation software transforms the way supply chain professionals think about systems and operational quality. Designed with supply chain applications in mind, Cycle interacts with existing systems (WMS, OMS, ERP, etc.) to validate and ensure business success. Using intuitive, business-readable language, Cycle identifies system errors and operational risks without the need for advanced software training or technical expertise. ...

Contact Exhibitor


Tryon Solutions, Inc.
801 Corporate Center Drive
Suite 118
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607

Phone: 888-256-2177

Erin Robbins
Marketing Director
888-256-2177

VISIT OUR WEBSITE

Product Categories


Computer Hardware and/or Software
Consulting & Professional Services
Systems Integration Services