Advanced Business Solutions showcases end-to-end supply chain management solution at IMHX show

21 February 2013 – Advanced Business Solutions (Advanced) is showcasing its
end-to-end supply chain management (SCM) solution on stand 17P22 at the IMHX
show at NEC, Birmingham (19-22 March 2013). IMHX is the UK’s largest
intralogistics exhibition which targets companies involved in the handling,
movement or transportation of goods throughout the supply chain.

Advanced’s SCM solution is part of a comprehensive enterprise resource
planning (ERP) solution that also includes a financial management system
(OpenAccounts) and an integrated HR and payroll system (OpenHR and

The solution comprises of a market-leading warehouse management system,
OpenWMS, and OpenLogistix for managing the supply chain outside the
warehouse. OpenLogistix and OpenWMS ensure visibility, compliance and
efficiency through the entire supply chain process.

Simon Fowler, Managing Director of Advanced Business Solutions (Commercial
Division) says, “Our new supply chain management solution is one of the most
flexible and functionality-rich SCM systems on the market.

“The solution can also be extended with financial management, HR and payroll
functionality, helping companies streamline operations while cutting costs.
It also has the flexibility to be tailored to an organisation’s specific
needs, unlike most ERP systems on the market.”

Advanced Business Solutions is a market-leading business applications and
services provider with over 20 years’ experience providing a range of back
office solutions to UK organisations.

Advanced acquired ATMS plc, a provider of ‘best of breed’ warehouse
management IT systems to third party logistics, manufacturing and
distribution sectors in November 2012. Customers include Molton Brown,
Walkers Snack Foods and Domino’s Pizza Group.

For more information on Advanced’s SCM solution, please visit stand 17P22 at
IMHX, visit or call 0845 160 6162.

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