Coolearth Announces Whistle SCE 3.6

Coolearth announced the general release of Whistle Supply Chain Execution (SCE) Version 3.6.

The Whistle SCE solution is Coolearth’s core product offering, incorporating wireless-based warehouse management and shop floor execution functionality for manufacturers in the food & beverage, chemical, and other process industries.

“We are very pleased to release Whistle SCE Version 3.6,” said Carsten Erickson, Coolearth President and CEO. “Our customers have been instrumental in advising and working with us towards prioritizing and supporting development of the new features incorporated into this release.”

Whistle SCE 3.6 offers a myriad of new functionality, including enhancements to load planning and load shipments, warehouse staging and transfers, Sales Order Returns and RMA’s, tighter integration with process control networks, print applicators and additional ERP systems. The 3.6 release also contains numerous usability enhancements, improvements, and system-wide user-definable parameters that can be associated with pallets and cases, alleviating the need to customize or enhance the system.

“This current version also provides improved barcode method input detection,” said David Truax, Coolearth VP of Product Strategy and CTO. “We are also working continuously with our customers to provide more advanced product and finished good labeling, along with further functionality to meet and exceed the rigorous demands of FDA and other regulatory and competitive compliance establishments.” The next release of Whistle SCE, Version GS, is anticipated to come in the Fall of 2005.

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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