Source: Tecsys Inc.
  • SVT Robotics delivers fast warehouse automation integration for Tecsys (TCS) WMS customers
  • Both worked together to create the pre-built connector
  • The connector can normalize data from standard API to create interoperability between Tecsys and other solutions
  • SVT Robotics is an enterprise software company that’s changing the robot deployments in the warehousing and manufacturing industries
  • Tecsys (TCS) is down 0.11 per cent, trading at C$26.72 at 12:50 pm EST

SVT Robotics has a new SOFTBOT Platform Connector for Tecsys (TCS).

Both worked together to create the pre-built connector between Tecsys WMS and SCT’s SOFTBOT Platform.

Tecsys customers will be able to experience fast deployment and lower complexity without needing custom code development.

The SOFTBOT Platform allows companies to integrate the robots, automation, or IoT devices in a short amount of time.

Nick Lenoard, SVP of Product at SCT Robotics sees this creation as essential.

“A SOFTBOT connector is one of the basic building blocks of the SOFTBOT Platform, like a Rosetta Stone for data information between systems.”

“With this connector to the Tecsys WMS, we can normalize data from their standard API to create interoperability between Tecsys and other solutions from leading providers,” added Lenoard.

The Vice President of Marketing at Tecsys, Bill Denbigh also speaks to the importance of orchestrating warehouse automation with multiple vendors.

“It liberates them to choose automation that best addresses their warehouse challenges, rather than limiting them to a specific WMS provider’s preferred automation partner.”

SVT Robotics is an enterprise software company that’s changing the robot deployments in the warehousing and manufacturing industries.

Tecsys is a global provider of cloud-based supply chain solutions, serving healthcare, distribution and converging commerce industries.

Tecsys (TCS) is down 0.11 per cent, trading at C$26.72 at 12:50 pm EST.

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