Tim Wolin, Founder and Dan Cavanaugh, CEO and President
The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted and increased online demand for multiple industries such as food and beverages, essentials, and pharmaceuticals. That said, the outbreak has given an impetus to the growth of e-commerce, 3PL, and FMCG industries— multinational companies are setting up new warehouses across various countries to accommodate this surge in demand. In a bid to enhance the efficiency of warehouse functions such as order processing, picking, packaging, shipment tracking, and route planning, leading firms seeking to implement a realtime Warehouse Management System (WMS) software. However, owing to the reluctance to replace traditional systems, limited growth plans, and lack of skilled personnel, investments associated with the deployment and maintenance are hindering business owners in smaller-scale industries from optimizing WMS benefits. Headquartered in Orange County, California, Wolin Design Group is a global leader offering value-driven, end-to-end supply chain management software solutions to empower companies of all sizes and industries by streamlining operations and helping them outperform their competition.
Wolin Design Group offers its ‘Da Vinci Supply Chain Business Suite’ in three different Editions—Small Business, WMS, and Enterprise. From best-in-class traditional warehouse functions, bar code scanning, RFID capabilities, and inventory management systems to sophisticated web-based interfaces, each edition is designed to enable clients to meet their unique and dynamic business requirements out-of-the-box. Utilizing its industrystandard SQL database technology with a robust open API, the company’s modular supply chain solution is designed to optimize logistics management processes while interfacing with the market’s premier ERP solution providers, including SAP and Netsuite.
As a company, we always take customer feedback and input into our product roadmap to deliver what they need – Tim Wolin, Founder
Da Vinci enables integrations with various third-party e-commerce platforms, including Amazon, Shopify, Magento, and more, to automatically sync order management data. Furthermore, as a cloud-hosted solution users can easily access the application and database information on Desktops, Laptops, Tablets, and Mobile through any web browsers. WDG offers an initial free 2 week trial to customers before the on-boarding process. It provides consulting, business analysis, and tech support services both remotely as well as on-site. During the implementation process—the company’s product managers and specialists work with customers every step of the way to help them understand their specific operations and configure their WMS. WDG also offers 30 sessions of free online group training with a live tutor and an online video training library.
“As a company, we always take in customer feedback and input into our product roadmap to deliver what they need,” adds Tim Wolin, Founder of WDG. With its original version of the Da Vinci Supply Chain Business Suite launched in 1998—the company has a successful track record of over 20 years in providing reliable service to clients in an array of industries, including third-party logistics, wholesale distribution, retail and apparel, electronics, cold storage, pharmaceuticals and more. It takes pride as a member of numerous industry associations dedicated to improving supply chain management, including IWLA, CSCMP, WERC, and IARW.
For the future, WDG is continually expanding its product capabilities and personalized implementation services aligned with the ever-dynamic customer requirements. As emerging technologies such as automation, A.I, and robotics take center stage in warehouse operations—the company is keen on collaborating with leaders in the space. “Having already a proven track record of working with automation/robotics technologies before—we’re excited to continue building our Partner Network to make our customer’s warehouse operations more efficient,” concludes Dan Cavanaugh, president, and CEO of WDG.