SnapFulfil lands another supply chain and logistics award


SnapFulfil has secured another distinguished supply chain and logistics award. The Top Supply Chain Projects 2024 (formerly known as SDCE 100) profiles innovative application success projects designed to automate, optimize, streamline and improve the supply chain. 

Synergy Logistics was chosen because of its speed-to-value partnership with fast growing 3PL fulfilment solutions provider, Cura Resource Group (based in Michigan), which has optimized the technologically advanced SnapFulfil WMS to accelerate expansion and market share. 

Highly flexible and scalable SnapFulfil replaced an ineffective order management system (OMS) that brought constant downtime, a lack of support and inability to adapt to Cura’s fast-paced work environment. Subsequently, the Cura team have enjoyed complete inventory visibility, optimized batch consignment and highly accurate image capture.  

Brian Kirst, Chief Commercial Officer at Synergy added: “It’s always gratifying to be recognised in this way. Our software integrates seamlessly with Cura’s new CIVA e-commerce platform and has significantly increased labour productivity, plus SnapFulfil offers the Cura team more flexibility when interfacing data between systems.  

“For example, they can choose to bulk upload and update their SKU numbers and variations anytime and anywhere. Furthermore, the automated pick/track/label functionality is a major improvement to their fulfilment processes allowing for increased accuracy and faster throughput times.  

“As business continues to ramp up, their next step is to take advantage of SnapFulfil’s multi-site capabilities and configuration tools to implement the WMS into their five other facilities across the US.” 

This latest company award follows Synergy’s Technical Project Manager, Charles Thompson, being selected as one of SDCEs Pros to Know winners – for rising stars whose accomplishments offer a roadmap for other leaders looking to leverage supply chain for competitive advantage. 

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