Bricz partners with leading cloud based labor management solutions provider
Atlanta – June 13, 2017
Bricz, LLC. announced today that they signed a partnership agreement with supply chain solutions provider, Xorosft Inc., to promote, implement and support Xorosoft’s Labor Management solution in North America.
Xorosoft is a leading Labor Management solution provider that has created numerous customer success stories across North America. Focused on reducing cost and enhance productivity in complex warehousing and distribution operations, Xorosoft provides supervisors and managers with a new cloud based solution, XoroLMS, which helps them to define, measure and improve associate performance, provide visibility to KPI’s at every level, balance work-in-process, and adjust operations to changing needs. XoroLMS integrates with existing WMS and Payroll systems and provides real time performance at facility, department and individual level thereby eliminating the need of excessive data crunching in order to make better business decisions. Their solutions help DCs adapt to new demands without changing WMS or host systems, improve associate productivity, and reduce operating costs. Iconic brands including Genco, FedEx Supply Chain, A52 Warehouse and many more use Xorosoft technology across North America.
The partnership is part of Bricz’s strategy to deliver exceptional value to its current and prospective customers. Wherever a good fit is identified for a Xorosoft engagement, Bricz is able to promote the solution, as well as play a key integration and implementation role throughout the engagement.
Ram Gopalakrishnan, CEO of Bricz, said “At Bricz, we take pride in helping customers with solutions that best fit their need. We have partners that offer a best-of-breed cloud WMS and order management solution and we wanted to find the right partner for a cloud labor management solution. The Xorosoft labor management solution fit the bill. They have an easy to implement product that is intuitive and cutting edge. Together, we look forward to creating labor efficiencies.”