HighJump Unveils Support for Seller Fulfilled Prime at #NRF2018

NEW YORK – January 14, 2018 - HighJump, a global provider of supply chain solutions, today announces support for Seller Fulfilled Prime, Amazon’s program allowing retailers and manufacturers to deliver directly to customers from their own fulfillment centers. HighJump’s Warehouse Management System (WMS) empowers companies of all sizes to meet Amazon’s high performance criteria, enabling them to scale their businesses and provide the customer satisfaction to compete in today’s marketNews Image

With Amazon’s Seller Fulfilled Prime program, businesses handle storage, packaging and distribution in-house. This is beneficial for companies with unique product requirements, be it seasonal demands, fragility, special preparation and beyond. As a result, new businesses can now leverage Prime, while current users can expand their offerings to drive new revenue. To participate, businesses must comply with Amazon’s standards of excellence, such as nearly perfect shipping accuracy and cost-free two-day delivery. HighJump makes this possible.

Unlike other solutions, the HighJump WMS guarantees alignment with Amazon’s service level agreement for SMBs, enterprises and 3PLs, evolving with a company’s growth. Furthermore, HighJump incorporates Amazon Prime into existing business processes, as opposed to requiring an entirely separate fulfillment workflow. Prime shipping is integrated directly into the WMS with Prime labels automatically generated, eliminating the need for users to also interact with Amazon’s seller central. This creates a single, automated workflow that assures accurate and timely picking, packing and shipping while reducing labor and upping productivity throughout a company’s entire business journey.

“HighJump is dedicated to providing new, innovative means for customers to thrive in today’s complex supply chain landscape,” said Sean Elliott, chief technology officer at HighJump. “Empowering our myriad of customers to support new fulfillment models, like Amazon Prime, in tandem with other channels, be it in-store or ecommerce, is just one of many advances you can expect this year.”

Seller Fulfilled Prime support is available through HighJump Warehouse Edge for small-to-mid-sized businesses, HighJump Warehouse Advantage for enterprises and HighJump Enterprise 3PL.

NRF Big Show attendees can learn more at HighJump’s booth, #2345, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City, January 14-16, 2018. An overview of customer success spanning HighJump’s capabilities is also available during the panel "Reimagining Your Supply Chain to Support the New Retail Paradigm, January 16, at 4:00 p.m. in the EXPO Hall, Big Ideas Room 1.

Customers can also stay updated on the latest supply chain technology and innovation at HighJump’s annual user conference, Elevate, March 11 -14, 2018 in Dallas, Texas. Registration is open.

Further info on HighJump’s capabilities for retail is available here.

About HighJump
HighJump is a global provider of supply chain management software that streamlines the flow of inventory and information from supplier to store shelf. Named to the Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies list for 3 years running, HighJump employs more than 440 team members worldwide, and supports more than 4,000 customers in 66 countries, ranging from SME business to global enterprises.

HighJump’s functionally rich and highly adaptable end-to-end solutions help users achieve new levels of supply chain responsiveness, performance and profitability, from the warehouse to the storefront, from the desktop to the driver’s cab. HighJump’s suite of warehousing, manufacturing, transportation, distribution, mobile delivery and retail solutions allow users to seamlessly drive growth, customer satisfaction and revenue by delivering goods faster and more profitably.

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