YORK, Pa. – Dec. 12, 2022 – Westfalia Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of warehouse automation solutions, announced today that it has received the 2022 Top Software & Technology award presented by Food Logistics! This award honors software and technology providers that support an efficient and reliable global cold food and beverage supply chain. For the second consecutive year, Westfalia was recognized for its flexible automated storage and retrieval systems (AS/RS) and tightly integrated Warehouse Execution System (WES) software, Savanna.NET®. Westfalia's modern and data driven systems provide dependable logistics solutions to address the increasingly complex market conditions of today.
Westfalia’s Savanna.NET® integrates with existing warehouse management systems to support optimal material flow, inventory accuracies, and productivity. As the brain behind Westfalia’s high-density AS/RS, the software allows users to identify and manage information quickly, providing real-time actionable insight. Together, warehouses and distribution centers can streamline the order fulfillment process in addition to maximizing existing storage space.
Westfalia’s Savanna.NET® application suite includes a robust fault recovery and visualization tool, Firefly, which provides an interactive 3D overview of warehouse operations insight. Firefly's intuitive interface allows users to review storage density, item mixing, and exact inventory location. The additional inventory exposure and control provides businesses with the ability to recover from delays and unforeseen challenges quickly and smoothly.
"Our data-centric approach and robust, reliable technology really stand out when it comes to food and beverage company automated storage needs," said Dave Williams, VP of technology solutions at Westfalia. "Our Savanna.NET® WES is flexible and customizable to the unique needs of any warehouse. As designers and planners, we enable customers to manage inventory, optimize space and significantly increase efficiency in every aspect of warehouse operations."