Coolearth Releases Whistle SCE Centralized Architecture

Coolearth Technologies announced the release of its Whistle 3.0 Centralized Architecture.

Centralized Archicture optionally allows customers to run the Whistle suite of supply chain execution applications from a centralized environment.  For companies which have multiple facilities live on Whistle, this model represents a substantial cost savings.

“Centralized Architecture means fewer servers,” said David Zimmerman, Coolearth President and CEO.  “This directly translates to more rapid implementations and lower Total Cost of Ownership for Coolearth applications.  Our Return on Investment is now driven by an IT as well as business case.”

Coolearth benchmarked its Centralized Architecture by simulating more than 500 concurrent users from multiple facilities conducting peak-time transaction loads for several days at a time.  Whistle passed its tests with flying colors.

“Centralized Architecture is a clear differentiator for Coolearth,” said David Eraker, Coolearth Director of Business Development. “Whistle is the only supply chain execution software that scales from the needs of midsize to Fortune 50 process manufacturers.”

Coolearth achieved Centralized Architecture by designing its applications for massive scaleability.  Key features include distributed objects, proprietary interobject communication protocols, centralized cache servers, print servers, and the ability to harness the power of large UNIX platforms.

About Coolearth Software
Coolearth is a leading provider of supply chain execution solutions to food & beverage, chemical, and other process manufacturers. Solutions from Coolearth are designed to fulfill the unique needs of hybrid production facilities requiring integrated warehouse management and shop floor execution solutions. Coolearth products go beyond traditional warehouse management systems built for distribution centers by cutting costs and improving efficiency throughout the entire production facility.

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