Accellos Announces AccellosOne Mobile
AccellosOne Mobile is a new series of applications designed to provide real time access to key supply chain information from an intuitive user interface on smartphones and tablets.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – October 2, 2012 – Accellos, a leading provider of supply chain execution software solutions, today announced the release of AccellosOne Mobile, a new series of mobile applications for smartphones and tablets that provides real time access to key supply chain information.
The new applications are an extension of the ever-growing popular AccellosOne supply chain product line and designed to leverage the exciting new features of Windows 8. The first modules of AccellosOne Mobile take advantage of the Windows 8 features like Snap, Search, Semantic Zoom, Share, multi-touch and personalization.
The first release of AccellosOne Mobile consists of AccellosOne Inspection and AccellosOne Pulse. AccellosOne Inspection is designed for supply chain managers to easily implement inspection surveys which are administered using Windows 8 tablets by employees in manufacturing, warehousing or transportation operations. Typical uses for such inspection surveys include product inspection, trailer inspection and vehicle inspections. AccellosOne Pulse is the supply chain intelligence component of the AccellosOne suite and provides real time supply chain metrics and key performance indicators. AccellosOne Pulse is now available to users on Windows 8 tablets as part of AccellosOne Mobile. Both applications will be available directly from Accellos as sideloaded Windows Store apps.
”We’ve been looking forward to moving into the mobile space and being able to leverage the full power and flexibility of Windows 8. It is a very exciting addition,” said Chad Collins, Accellos’ Chief Marketing Officer.
”We’ve long believed that there are great supply chain uses for tablet computing. Now with Windows 8, we can deliver innovative tablet apps running in an environment that also offers access to the common Windows apps that our customers run every day”, said Ross Elliott, Accellos’ Chief Technology Officer.