PULSE Integration will be featured at PROMAT 2019 from April 8, 2019 – April 11, 2019, in Chicago. They will be featuring their state-of-the-art technology in order fulfillment strategy. Make it a point to come see the booth #S1841 at the show.
Why? PULSE Integration’s team of experienced staff provides:
From system analysis to implementation, we believe our clients should understand how and why our engineered solutions work.
We are committed to providing the right solutions, not the popular solutions. Your equipment and software should be solely based on how well it fits and will work within your facility, not the name.
Industry 4.0 Design Philosophy
Our software design includes Industry 4.0 thinking by enabling all systems to be ready for cloud computing, eCommerce website, and Internet of Things (IoT).
In system design, we analyze the value chain and select qualified vendors to bid on commodity portions, while aligning with strategic partners for essential components of the system.
WEPCO, a leading Material Handling solution provider for over 45 years, announced that it will launch its new brand, PULSE Integration at MODEX, April 9-12, 2018, in Atlanta, Georgia.
The purpose of PULSE Integration, a WEPCO Company, is to specifically help companies leverage the right mix of technology (digital and physical) in their facilities. Serving clients across the U.S., PULSE Integration has ingrained Industry 4.0 Thinking into the design philosophy at every level to deliver agnostic, data-driven technology solutions that adapt to consumer supply and market changes.
“We developed a new brand that defines who we are at the core of our business culture and philosophy,” said WEPCO President, Larry Strayhorn as he explains the need for PULSE Integration, a WEPCO company. “PULSE emerges from 45+ plus years of material handling heritage in supplying technology to manufactures and distributors as WEPCO, providing the industry with a fresh approach to systems integration partnerships.”
Strayhorn describes, “Our data-driven methodology is a transparent, open-book approach that allows project costs and detailed design processes visible to its clients from beginning to end. We find that our clients have been programmed to believe little transparency in the design process should be accepted.” Strayhorn continues, “We’re here to change that. We believe our clients should know what’s going on every step of the way.”
The creation of PULSE Integration, a WEPCO Company, is a direct result of Strayhorn being appointed President three years ago to expand the scale of its Systems Integration and WEPCO Innovations product lines.
WEPCO CEO, Christopher Paulsen, added, “We’re excited to launch Pulse at MODEX this year. What better place to debut a brand than inside a venue full of forward-thinking professionals devoted to developing cutting-edge technologies that move our industry forward. Our Industry 4.0 Thinking and Internet of Things inspired design philosophy resonates heavily with this innovative audience.”
A team of experts will exhibit as PULSE Integration, a WEPCO Company, at MODEX in Booth B767. The team attending will comprise of both material handling equipment and system integration experts ready to discuss engineered solutions with companies within the eCommerce, manufacturing, production/processing, and distribution/warehouse markets.