Loadstar

A global manufacturer of aftermarket aircraft refitting was losing money in the freight spend through lack of enforcement of their shipping business rules.

  • In two months, using LoadStar, the initial set of sites were operating and the company had rule enforcement and could control freight spending.
  • The process is as simple as the easiest carriers to get routing, rates and bookings for all of the selected carriers.

As new sites come on, the company anticipates saving hundreds of thousands of dollars in the first year in business rule enforcement alone.

Perimeter

  • A US Air Force PBL contract, reported a $57M decrease in inventory cost using marginal analysis on deployment kits
  • USCG R&D Center study (Rodriguez) savings of $180M would be obtained from rotary wing aircraft inventories using marginal analysis
  • A USAF cargo plane tiger team demonstrated that Ao could be increased to 70% from 56% with inventory investment saving of $137M using marginal analysis

Using Perimeter, in almost all cases where marginal analysis is applied, customers achieve a fifty percent or greater maximum inventory reduction at equal or better service level.

Downstream

A regional airline needed a better way of managing and delivering commissary items from their main distribution facility to more than 60 airport branches scattered across the United States.

  • Poor fill rates and lack of delivery performance by the airline’s main distribution center caused the branches to place frequent fax orders and constantly inflate order quantities
  • Receiving and acting on branch orders, and using this information to manage inventory levels in the DC was a time consuming and inaccurate process

Using Downstream, the airline branches can now see what inventory is available in real time, and use this information to create accurate replenishment orders, and using the team’s distribution solution, their orders are now on time. These improvements allowed the branches to abandon their old practice of ordering frequently, and over ordering, which allowed the airline corporate to lower inventory levels and related costs in their outsourced distribution center. By the end of the first year, with the help of CloudLogix, the airline was able to reduce their monthly rolling inventory by 50%, from $1.1 million to $550,000.00.

Control Tower

A global manufacturer of aircraft assemblies was losing money in the order-to-cash cycle through lack of enforcement of their business rules with their cheap generic suppliers.

  • In one month, using Control Tower, the initial set of sites were operating and the company had rule enforcement and could control freight spend.
  • As new sites came on, the company saved millions of dollars in the first year in business rule enforcement alone.

CloudLogix Announces Company Move

CloudLogix, foremost provider of cloud-based Synchronized Resource Planning (SRP) solutions, is pleased to announce that the company has officially moved to a new office location. CloudLogix’s move to new offices has been made to accommodate recent growth.

Grapevine, TX (PRWEB) August 20, 2012

CloudLogix, foremost provider of cloud-based Synchronized Resource Planning (SRP) solutions, is pleased to announce that the company has officially moved to a new office location. CloudLogix’s move to new offices has been made to accommodate recent growth.

Soon after its inception in 2008, CloudLogix started growing rapidly as the company expanded into various divisions: Software as a Service (SaaS), sales, customer service, training and education, which led the need for a larger premise from which to service an ever growing portfolio of clients. Rob Langhorne, CEO of CloudLogix says the move has come at the right time: “It’s a very exciting time for the company, with new product launches and new clients, the move offers the opportunity to improve the facilities for the great team of people we have working here.”

CloudLogix builds tools that enable software companies, IT departments or supply chain organizations to incorporate Software-as-a-Service and advanced analytics into their products. When companies need the basic products, CloudLogix has products that use the tools to build modern, active supply chains.

The new facility supports the company’s strategic objectives to further expand its product lines, maintain its superior customer support, and create operational efficiencies to meet an expanding global market. CloudLogix is located at 920 Minters Chapel Road, Suite 100, Grapevine, Texas 76051.

About CloudLogix
Since its beginnings in 2008, CloudLogix has grown to be a provider of Business Intelligence/Analytics tools and Supply Chain Management applications delivered as Software-as-a-service. The tools work together to complete an informational loop in logistics processes; cycling validated logistics data to the intelligence/analytics tools and returning business decision data to the supply chain for execution by the suppliers and service providers.

The power of the company comes through its patent-pending toolset’s ability to integrate to existing enterprise IT infrastructure and allow the system to efficiently adapt to the constant changes in the demand/supply chain. CloudLogix provides solutions for thousands of users in 14 countries, and every month, the company is growing.

CloudLogix Announces Promotion for Bobby Langhorne

CloudLogix, foremost provider of cloud-based Synchronized Resource Planning (SRP) solutions, announced today that it has recently promoted Bobby Langhorne to Development Manager for their growing Grapevine Headquarters.

George Reel, VP of Business Development, commented “The market is particularly challenging and attracting and retaining talent of this caliber will allow CloudLogix to increase our products yet further.”

Grapevine, Texas (PRWEB) October 11, 2012

CloudLogix, foremost provider of cloud-based Synchronized Resource Planning (SRP) solutions, announced today that it has recently promoted Bobby Langhorne to Development Manager for their growing Grapevine Headquarters.

CloudLogix builds tools that enable software companies, IT departments or supply chain organizations to incorporate Software-as-a-Service and advanced analytics into their products. When companies need the basic products, CloudLogix has products that use the tools to build modern, active supply chains.

Mr. Langhorne started his web developing career at Open Computer Systems in 2006. When OCS was purchased by TFD Group, he moved into web application/developer role until 2010 when he began working for CloudLogix. He uses a variety of programming languages, including C#, VB.NET, PHP, Ruby on Rails, C++, Java, AJAX, Cold Fusion, Python and Perl. His specialty is engine and user experience (UX) design.
George Reel, VP of Business Development said, “Bobby Langhorne promotion is well deserved. He offers CloudLogix experience and in-depth knowledge of several critical sectors in the IT industry. The market is particularly challenging and attracting and retaining talent of this caliber will allow CloudLogix to increase our products yet further.”

In addition to the programming, Mr. Langhorne has been an auditor, a YMCA after school kindergarten teacher, and a Christian Education Director/Youth Pastor. He spent seven months in Italy in an archaeology program through the Scuola di Lorenzo di Medici, doing restoration in Florence and excavation in Tuscania.

About CloudLogix
http://www.cloudlogix.net
Since its beginnings CloudLogix has grown to be a provider of Business Intelligence/Analytics tools and Supply Chain Management applications delivered as Software-as-a-Service. The tools work together to complete an informational loop in logistics processes; cycling validated logistics data to the intelligence/analytics tools and returning business decision data to the supply chain for execution by the suppliers and service providers.

The power of the company comes through its patent-pending toolset’s ability to integrate to existing enterprise IT infrastructure and allow the system to efficiently adapt to the constant changes in the demand/supply chain. CloudLogix provides solutions for thousands of users in 14 countries, and every month, the company is growing.
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For more information
Joleen Allis
303-638-1109

CloudLogix Announces Promotion for Bobby Langhorne

CloudLogix, foremost provider of cloud-based Synchronized Resource Planning (SRP) solutions, announced today that it has recently promoted Bobby Langhorne to Development Manager for their growing Grapevine Headquarters.

George Reel, VP of Business Development, commented “The market is particularly challenging and attracting and retaining talent of this caliber will allow CloudLogix to increase our products yet further.”

Grapevine, Texas (PRWEB) October 11, 2012

CloudLogix, foremost provider of cloud-based Synchronized Resource Planning (SRP) solutions, announced today that it has recently promoted Bobby Langhorne to Development Manager for their growing Grapevine Headquarters.

CloudLogix builds tools that enable software companies, IT departments or supply chain organizations to incorporate Software-as-a-Service and advanced analytics into their products. When companies need the basic products, CloudLogix has products that use the tools to build modern, active supply chains.

Mr. Langhorne started his web developing career at Open Computer Systems in 2006. When OCS was purchased by TFD Group, he moved into web application/developer role until 2010 when he began working for CloudLogix. He uses a variety of programming languages, including C#, VB.NET, PHP, Ruby on Rails, C++, Java, AJAX, Cold Fusion, Python and Perl. His specialty is engine and user experience (UX) design.
George Reel, VP of Business Development said, “Bobby Langhorne promotion is well deserved. He offers CloudLogix experience and in-depth knowledge of several critical sectors in the IT industry. The market is particularly challenging and attracting and retaining talent of this caliber will allow CloudLogix to increase our products yet further.”

In addition to the programming, Mr. Langhorne has been an auditor, a YMCA after school kindergarten teacher, and a Christian Education Director/Youth Pastor. He spent seven months in Italy in an archaeology program through the Scuola di Lorenzo di Medici, doing restoration in Florence and excavation in Tuscania.

About CloudLogix
http://www.cloudlogix.net
Since its beginnings CloudLogix has grown to be a provider of Business Intelligence/Analytics tools and Supply Chain Management applications delivered as Software-as-a-Service. The tools work together to complete an informational loop in logistics processes; cycling validated logistics data to the intelligence/analytics tools and returning business decision data to the supply chain for execution by the suppliers and service providers.

The power of the company comes through its patent-pending toolset’s ability to integrate to existing enterprise IT infrastructure and allow the system to efficiently adapt to the constant changes in the demand/supply chain. CloudLogix provides solutions for thousands of users in 14 countries, and every month, the company is growing.
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For more information
Joleen Allis
303-638-1109

CloudLogix Expands to Australia

CloudLogix, foremost provider of cloud-based Synchronized Resource Planning (SRP) solutions, announced today that it has expanded its international operations by establishing a presence in Australia. The company initiated their expansion efforts specifically to address the increasing demand within this market for CloudLogix’s SRP Software as a Service (SaaS) product lines which make the supply chain active.

“The overriding message for the market here is that although customers may not be spending big they are spending smart and any business that can help them work faster and better with reduced costs will prosper in the current environment.”

Grapevine, TX (PRWEB) September 05, 2012

CloudLogix, foremost provider of cloud-based Synchronized Resource Planning (SRP) solutions, announced today that it has expanded its international operations by establishing a presence in Australia. The company initiated their expansion efforts specifically to address the increasing demand within this market for CloudLogix’s SRP Software as a Service (SaaS) product lines which make the supply chain active.

CloudLogix builds tools that enable software companies, IT departments or supply chain organizations to incorporate Software-as-a-Service and advanced analytics into their products. When companies need the basic products, CloudLogix has products that use the tools to build modern, active supply chains.

At the helm of the new Australia operations is John Millhouse, Chief Scientist. Mr. Millhouse served for more than 30 years in the Royal Australian Air Force including Director of Capital Projects at Logistics Command, Director of Integrated Logistics Requirements at Air Force HQ, and commander of the logistics wing responsible for support of transport fleets. When he retired, he spent ten years working on algorithmic strategies behind the leading model developer for spares optimization and PBL contracts.

“There is excellent potential in Australia to expand the sales of CloudLogix’s software products,” says John Millhouse. “The overriding message for the market here is that although customers may not be spending big they are spending smart and any business that can help them work faster and better with reduced costs will prosper in the current environment,” continued Mr. Millhouse. “With CloudLogix’s SaaS and SRP product line, we are very confident in our ability to meet the sales goals that we have established.”

About CloudLogix

Since its beginnings in 2008, CloudLogix has grown to be a provider of Business Intelligence/Analytics tools and Supply Chain Management applications delivered as Software-as-a-service. The tools work together to complete an informational loop in logistics processes; cycling validated logistics data to the intelligence/analytics tools and returning business decision data to the supply chain for execution by the suppliers and service providers.

The power of the company comes through its patent-pending toolset’s ability to integrate to existing enterprise IT infrastructure and allow the system to efficiently adapt to the constant changes in the demand/supply chain. CloudLogix provides solutions for thousands of users in 14 countries, and every month, the company is growing.

CloudLogix Welcomes Kevin Cagney, Product Development Manager

CloudLogix, foremost provider of cloud-based Synchronized Resource Planning (SRP) solutions, announced the strategic expansion of its
team with the addition of Kevin Cagney, Product Development Manager at the Global Headquarters located in Grapevine, Texas. Kevin has experience in the logistics and supply chain industry and as well as in the retail and service industry. Kevin is helping to drive CloudLogix’s growth and profitability.

“With new product innovations and market expansions on the horizon, Kevin will assist to ensure CloudLogix’s lead in the SRP field.”

Grapevine, Texas (PRWEB) August 28, 2012

CloudLogix, foremost provider of cloud-based Synchronized Resource Planning (SRP) solutions, announced the strategic expansion of its team with the addition of Kevin Cagney, Product Development Manager at the Global Headquarters located in Grapevine, Texas. Kevin has experience in the logistics and supply chain industry and as well as in the retail and service industry. Kevin is helping to drive CloudLogix’s growth and profitability.
CloudLogix builds tools that enable software companies, IT departments or supply chain organizations to incorporate Software-as-a-Service and advanced analytics into their products. When companies need the basic products, CloudLogix has products that use the tools to build modern, active supply chains.

Kevin comes to CloudLogix from Wildernest Logistics Solutions, an Aurora, Colorado based supply chain solutions corporation where he served as the International Operations Manager in the Dallas, Texas office. He successfully developed strategic plans for maximizing efficiencies within the department and managed day to day operations.

In his current role at CloudLogix, Kevin will help drive design and development of CloudLogix’s comprehensive suite of ERP and SRP cloud based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions. His tasks include: project management and tracking, ideation buy viagra online and idea guidance, Intellectual Property (IP) management, research into emerging technologies and product performance requirements.

Rob Langhorne, CEO of CloudLogix, commented “The role of Product Development Manager reaffirms CloudLogix’s commitment to offering a full service package for our customers.” He continued “With new product innovations and market expansions on the horizon, Kevin will assist to ensure CloudLogix’s lead in the SRP field.”

About CloudLogix
Since our beginnings in 2008, CloudLogix has grown to be a provider of Business Intelligence/Analytics tools and Supply Chain Management applications delivered as Software-as-a-service. The tools work together to complete an informational loop in logistics processes; cycling validated logistics data to the intelligence/analytics tools and returning business decision data to the supply chain for execution by the suppliers and service providers.

The power of our company comes through our patent-pending toolset’s ability to integrate to existing enterprise IT infrastructure and allow the system to efficiently adapt to the constant changes in the demand/supply chain. We provide solutions for thousands of users in 14 countries, and every month, we are growing.

CloudLogix Wins TeXchange’s “One to Watch” Award

CloudLogix, foremost provider of cloud-based Synchronized Resource Planning (SRP) solutions, announced today that it has won TeXchange’s inaugural “One to Watch” award. The award celebrates small member companies of TeXchange that have less than $2 million in revenue, but that have big potential.

We at Cloudlogix are thrilled to have been selected by TeXchange and this award recognizes the company’s success to date, and reinforces the innovative direction we have set for the future.

Grapevine, Texas (PRWEB) October 03, 2012

CloudLogix, foremost provider of cloud-based Synchronized Resource Planning (SRP) solutions, announced today that it has won TeXchange’s inaugural “One to Watch” award. The award celebrates small member companies of TeXchange that have less than $2 million in revenue, but that have big potential.
CloudLogix received the award on August 14th at an event unveiling the Fast Tech list of the 35 fastest-growing technology firms in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. TeXchange was created to promote entrepreneurial startup companies and investors in the technology and life sciences field, through open table discussions, networking, and educational forums. The group presently has over 300 members.
Rob Langhorne, CloudLogix’s CEO, who received the award said “We are thrilled to have been selected by TeXchange and this award recognizes the company’s success to date, and reinforces the innovative direction we have set for the future. It reflects also the dedication by every employee who has helped make CloudLogix a success. Huge congratulations to the entire CloudLogix family.”
Langhorne went on to explain that the typical Supply Chain software solutions are often too bulky, expensive and may not integrate with other in-house systems, such as warehouse, accounting, supply chain management and sales management. CloudLogix’s products, on the other hand, can synchronize with existing systems and make sure everyone is communicating together.
CloudLogix builds tools that enable software companies, IT departments or supply chain organizations to incorporate Software-as-a-Service and advanced analytics into their products. When companies need the basic products, CloudLogix has products that use the tools to build modern, active supply chains.
About CloudLogix
Since its beginnings CloudLogix has grown to be a provider of Business Intelligence/Analytics tools and Supply Chain Management applications delivered as Software-as-a-Service. The tools work together to complete an informational loop in logistics processes; cycling validated logistics data to the intelligence/analytics tools and returning business decision data to the supply chain for execution by the suppliers and service providers.
The power of the company comes through its patent-pending toolset’s ability to integrate to existing enterprise IT infrastructure and allow the system to efficiently adapt to the constant changes in the demand/supply chain. CloudLogix provides solutions for thousands of users in 14 countries, and every month, the company is gr