VCO Systems

Booth #S5636

VCO Systems, the leader in flexible designed light solutions provides multiple light-directed process flows including Putwall, Pick to Light, Put to Light, Pick/Put Carts.

Our systems interact with devices using industry standard IoT protocols. With a mobile component that runs on smartphones or tablets, our solutions are can be deployed on both iOS and Android devices, with a desktop component for administration.

Decades of supply chain implementation experience enable us to become your strategic partner in designing, implementing and maintaining complex end-to-end supply chain enterprise solutions from transportation, labor, warehousing & supply chain visibility.

Brands


Light Directed Solutions
Pick Carts
Pick to Light
Put to Light
Putwall
VCO Systems

Industries Served


Manufacturing
Retail Trade
Transportation and Warehousing
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

Business Interests


Direct Sales
Licensing Agreements

Export Markets


North America
Central America
South America

Innovation Award

Put to Light for Pack Stations
INTRODUCTION : VCO Systems provides Light Solutions which includes Putwalls, Put to Light, Pick to Light etc. Typical PTL implementation involves electronics installed at each location which consists of a Single LED for User direction (for eg. to direct the user to a location) and Buttons to get User Input (for eg. to complete a PUT process). REQUIREMENT : One of our customers uses Mobile eCom Pack Stations. The Orders are picked up from chutes ...

Contact Exhibitor


VCO Systems
5901 Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Suite B-225
Atlanta, GA 30328

Phone: (404) 771 2634



Christianto Widjaja
Managing Partner
4047712634

Karthik Kothandaraman
Managing Partner
6783585970

Vikrant Angia
CEO
6786028641

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Product Categories


Computer Hardware and/or Software
Consulting & Professional Services
Controls and Controlling Devices
Order Picking Fulfillment & Delivery
Sortation Equipment
Supply Chain Execution Systems
Systems Integration Services