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Toronto-based SaaS provider named IWLA Innovator

IWLA, the resource for warehouse logistics, named Nulogy Corp.  winner of the 2017 IWLA Innovation Contest. Attendees of the International Warehouse Logistics Association Convention & Expo in Palm Springs, Calif., selected the company as having the most innovative product. Representatives from Nulogy received the award during the March 21“Starry Night in the Desert” Chairman’s Reception & Dinner.

IWLA convention attendees, owners and operators of North America’s third-party warehouse logistics companies, voted for the winners among 60 exhibitors. IWLA members store, handle materials, and fulfill for shippers and retailers of all kinds. These members require innovative technology solutions to help them efficiently and effectively manage increasingly complex customer and supply chain requirements.  

Attendees cited Nulogy’s PackManager as the most Innovative Product. PackManager is the only dedicated solution to manage the complexities of last-mile product customization. Nulogy's SaaS solutions allow 3PLs to automate and improve Value Added Service (VAS) processes, and have proven to enhance supply chain performance and growth. Nulogy’s established integrations capabilities enable customers to unify PackManager with existing accounting, WMS, and ERP systems. This gives supply chain partners the agility required to reduce complexity, and achieve drastic reductions in administrative overhead. Suppliers who use PackManager can also interface their data directly with their CPG customers’ systems to exchange real-time operational data.  

“The companies chosen this year reflect industry trends that emphasizes software and technology for warehouse logistics companies to scale up and fulfill customer service needs,” says IWLA Chairman Cliff Otto, CEO of Saddle Creek Logistic Services, based in Lakeland, Fla. Otto oversaw the 2017 event as chairman of the IWLA Convention Planning Committee.  

“In little more than a decade, we have been fortunate to offer a standard platform adopted by one-quarter of the world’s leading CPG supply chains,” said Jason Tham, Nulogy CEO “We are honored to serve the distinguished IWLA community. Our team is proud to be recognized for our innovations, which enable this community to deliver on the promise of achieving the perfect order."  

IWLA members also recognized in the Contest are Zethcon and Southeast Solutions for their service innovations.  

The 2018 IWLA Innovation Contest is open to all convention exhibitors. Prizes will be awarded March 13 during the IWLA Convention & Expo in Tampa, Fla. 
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