|Headquarters 🏙️||London, UK|
Area served 🗺️
|Dave Renshaw, CEO|
|Products 📟||ERP, WMS, TMS|
Number of employees
|🌐 Website||OBS Logistics|
OBS Logistics is a UK Software Development company specialising in Integrated Transport and Warehouse Management Software for third party logistics providers and companies with large and complex logistics operations.
OBS Logistics is part of the Anisa Group of companies, comprising In2grate Business Solutions, OBS Logistics and Open Business Solutions.
OBS Logistics was formerly known as FWL Technologies, before being acquired in by the Anisa Group in October 2006.
Products and Accomplishments
OBS Logistics has a software portfolio which covers a wide range of Transport Management Systems and Warehouse Management Systems requirements.
|CALIDUS WMS||Warehouse Management Software for large and multi-site RF and Voice-enabled warehouse operations. Inclusive of: Bonded warehouse functionality (HMRC Compliant).(EPOD), and Web Based visibility to the supply chain.|
|CALIDUS TMS||Transport Management Software for planning and tracking orders and deliveries|
|CALIDUS ePOD||Electronic Proof of Delivery for signature capture on delivery, includes bar code scanning and photo capture|
|CALIDUS Vision||Operational Dashboard to report performance against selected KPIs and trigger alerts, integrates with both CALIDUS TMS And CALIDUS WMS.|
|Managed Services||Hosting for the CALIDUS TMS and WMS solutions with a range of financial models to manage the cost of investment in new software solutions.|
OBS Logistics holds an ISO 27001:2005 Accreditation.
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