VMI
Cau Giay District, Vietnam
VMI
Cau Giay District, Vietnam

Time filter

Source Type

News Article | February 28, 2017
Site: www.prweb.com

Genymobile, the leader in Android virtualization solutions for the Enterprise, today announced the recent appointment of Benoit Bergeret, effective December 21, 2016, as Chief Executive Officer. A veteran of the mobile industry, Bergeret brings extensive experience in developing and growing mobile software and technology businesses globally, operating from Europe then Silicon Valley, where he has been residing since 2006. “I am thrilled at the opportunity to lead the Genymobile team through a new phase of growth and expansion, fueled by the outstanding technologies the team has dreamt and developed”, Bergeret said. “Our Android cloud virtualization products are opening up extraordinary new opportunities for mobile-first enterprises and mobile app vendors. Genymotion is now impacting not only their bottom line with the efficiency gains it brings to the app delivery process, but also their top line, as it enables new revenue streams.” The company is also announcing the immediate availability of Genymotion On Demand, a full Android operating environment running on instances on Amazon Web Services and billed per hour. With Genymotion On Demand, enterprises can develop new solutions on top of Android in the cloud, or extend their own solutions into the cloud, while only paying for actual usage. Genymotion on Demand has been developed with enterprise use cases in mind. Our team was able to shrink the cloud platform to fit a full Android environment in each virtual device; they have implemented a full, unrestricted user/physical interaction stack; all Android API interaction widgets; and have included full, high-speed custom 3D rendering stack in a web browser window, which can auto-adapt to the performance of the underlying AWS instance. “We have brought to AWS the same robust technology that made Genymotion so popular. With Genymotion, we have met the needs of over 5 million Android developers, and counting” said Arnaud Dupuis, co-founder and CTO. “We are now meeting the needs of the thousands of corporations who have made mobile apps the backbone of their future business, but who are slowed down by sub-optimal development, testing, integration, support and collaboration technologies.” With Genymotion On Demand, enterprises can manage virtual Android devices just like any other operating environment in a cloud setting. Any Android app can be launched from a web browser, only paying for actual usage, without long term contractual commitments. Apps can be launched in a web page, such as in an ad banner, or in “kiosk” mode. Android virtual devices can be cloned, scaled and automated. Apps can connect to Android virtual devices on AWS via ADB activated through specific settings by issuing ADB calls locally, and seeing those executed on virtual devices that are on AWS. Based on market feedback gathered from the recent early roll-out of Genymotion On Demand, we expect enterprises to primarily use it for: BYOD / Virtual Mobile Infrastructure (VMI) With Genymotion On Demand, only one app ‘master’ is used across all devices (Apple iOS included), and resides in the cloud, not on the devices themselves. Benefits include better security (no data is stored on the phone), streamlined mobile app management, lower support costs, completeness of deployment, no more difficult upgrade campaigns. Help desk / mobile app customer support Customer service representatives who support mobile app users can now just pop a virtual Android device into their web browser that precisely matches the phone type the caller is using, thus reducing support call duration, increasing quality of the interaction, and avoiding the costs of having to stock up with physical devices. Apps benchmarking / stress testing In order to prevent damaging load-induced mobile app crashes, enterprises use Genymotion On Demand to generate a massive number of users concurrently active on the mobile app by spinning a large number of virtual devices in the cloud, and measure the system’s response to this load. All virtual devices are shut down after the test is performed. Mobile Application Security Testing Companies deploying mobile applications are facing increasingly sophisticated threats that require complex testing. Using Genymobile On Demand, they can make sure their apps and data security is complete, efficient, well implemented, and relevant to the current threat levels, without having to test on physical devices, thus saving testing cost and time and accelerating apps deployment. Mobile Threat Defense (MTD) Genymotion On Demand can be used by enterprises implementing mobile threat defense strategies to defend mobile applications from advanced threats. Using only virtual devices and scripts simulating user activity, Genymobile On Demand simplifies the setup and operation of mobile threat defense systems by removing the need to use physical devices and actual users. Applications Performance Monitoring Businesses that want to reduce the opportunity cost of losing unsatisfied users due to poor performance of their mobile applications when services are altered by bugs or lack of performance. To detect and/or prevent this, Genymotion On Demand enables end-to-end testing strategies by making it easy to use mobile apps in multiple concurrent scenarios to test back-end applications and services. Online advertising of mobile apps Using on-demand Android virtual devices, mobile apps can be served and used inside displayed ads for on-the-spot testing, without APK download or install, thus increasing conversion rate. Ad campaigns A/B testing - competitive analysis To assess the effectiveness of a mobile ad campaign vs. a competing campaign towards different target groups of users or potential customers, agencies can simulate on the virtual device the app user journey and collect data about displayed ads, for various cohorts of users with predefined behaviors and usage profiles. Genymotion On demand is offered in three versions: Genymotion On demand usage is priced per hour. Although we make recommendations for certain AWS instance types for each version, the choice of the AWS instance to run the Genymotion On Demand virtual device on is left to the user.


CINCINNATI, March 01, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Datalliance announces immediate availability of the latest release of the cloud-based Datalliance VMI platform with a number of important new capabilities focused on enhanced productivity, flexibility and ease-of-use in several important areas. As with all releases, enhancements were driven by feedback from the global user community combined with Datalliance’s vision for the continued evolution of the VMI process.  New capabilities are available for immediate use by Datalliance customers and their trading partners at no cost, and with no need to install or upgrade software.  Datalliance delivers enhancement releases three times per year, with over 50 releases having been delivered to date. Highlights of enhancements in this release include: As with every release, a number of general technical and performance enhancements are also included to further support overall system scalability, reliability and availability. Datalliance is the world’s largest provider of technology and services to support collaborative replenishment programs such as Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) and related approaches.  Delivered as a cloud-based platform backed by extensive customer care, Datalliance makes it easy for trading partners to establish inventory management relationships that increase sales and profits by fully aligning business objectives, increasing on-shelf availability, optimizing turns, and reducing supply chain costs.  Datalliance manages billions of dollars in orders, millions of SKUs, and tens of thousands of locations worldwide for leading companies in consumer and industrial markets. For more information about Datalliance, visit www.datalliance.com.


CINCINNATI, March 01, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Datalliance announces immediate availability of the latest release of the cloud-based Datalliance VMI platform with a number of important new capabilities focused on enhanced productivity, flexibility and ease-of-use in several important areas. As with all releases, enhancements were driven by feedback from the global user community combined with Datalliance’s vision for the continued evolution of the VMI process.  New capabilities are available for immediate use by Datalliance customers and their trading partners at no cost, and with no need to install or upgrade software.  Datalliance delivers enhancement releases three times per year, with over 50 releases having been delivered to date. Highlights of enhancements in this release include: As with every release, a number of general technical and performance enhancements are also included to further support overall system scalability, reliability and availability. Datalliance is the world’s largest provider of technology and services to support collaborative replenishment programs such as Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) and related approaches.  Delivered as a cloud-based platform backed by extensive customer care, Datalliance makes it easy for trading partners to establish inventory management relationships that increase sales and profits by fully aligning business objectives, increasing on-shelf availability, optimizing turns, and reducing supply chain costs.  Datalliance manages billions of dollars in orders, millions of SKUs, and tens of thousands of locations worldwide for leading companies in consumer and industrial markets. For more information about Datalliance, visit www.datalliance.com.


News Article | February 22, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

CINCINNATI, Feb. 22, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) – a trade association for the retail industry to promote and protect the interests of its members – recently held its annual Supply Chain Conference in Orlando, FL, Datalliance reports. The three-day conference featured speakers from some of the largest retail brands like Abercrombie and Fitch, Neiman Marcus, Walmart, REI, Finish Line, and Home Depot. However, the company that drove much of the conversation did not even attend the show. Amazon’s influence on the retail industry was repeatedly mentioned in keynote addresses, breakout sessions and talk among attendees. Retailers understand that efforts to cut costs and shorten delivery times are changing how retailers view their replenishment strategies. Free shipping for an item used to mean waiting a week for your package. Now, there is pressure in the industry from online retailers, like Amazon, offering free same-day deliveries in limited areas. Retailers are working hard to keep up by focusing on omni-channel replenishment to keep products on the shelf and available online. Greg Sandfort, CEO of Tractor Supply Company, delivered RILA’s Supply Chain opening keynote. In his address, Sandfort discussed the importance in creating a supply chain that was responsive and reliable, “If I can’t get the product to the customer at any time and any place – I’ve failed.” As it has become apparent that the digital world can bring profits; budgets and stock allotments that were once marked for retail initiatives are being rethought. These changes are also guiding service providers like Datalliance, a leading vendor managed inventory and collaborative replenishment software company. “Forward-thinking manufacturing brands realize they need to adjust,” said Tom Hoar, Director of Sales for Datalliance. “We have meetings with global companies that want to know if our vendor managed inventory software can help get their products to retail shelves and manage their inventory for e-commerce. The answer is an absolute yes and that is very appealing to manufacturers as they want to increase revenue and in-stock percentages with their long-standing retail partners, but also meet the needs of digital storefronts.” About Datalliance Datalliance is the world’s largest provider of technology and services to support collaborative replenishment programs such as Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) and related approaches.  Delivered as a cloud-based platform and backed by extensive customer care, Datalliance makes it easy for trading partners to establish inventory management relationships that increase sales and profits by fully aligning business objectives, increasing on-shelf availability, optimizing turns, and reducing supply chain costs. Datalliance manages billions of dollars in orders, millions of SKUs, and tens of thousands of locations worldwide for leading companies in consumer and industrial markets. For more information about Datalliance, visit www.datalliance.com.


News Article | February 22, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

CINCINNATI, Feb. 22, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) – a trade association for the retail industry to promote and protect the interests of its members – recently held its annual Supply Chain Conference in Orlando, FL, Datalliance reports. The three-day conference featured speakers from some of the largest retail brands like Abercrombie and Fitch, Neiman Marcus, Walmart, REI, Finish Line, and Home Depot. However, the company that drove much of the conversation did not even attend the show. Amazon’s influence on the retail industry was repeatedly mentioned in keynote addresses, breakout sessions and talk among attendees. Retailers understand that efforts to cut costs and shorten delivery times are changing how retailers view their replenishment strategies. Free shipping for an item used to mean waiting a week for your package. Now, there is pressure in the industry from online retailers, like Amazon, offering free same-day deliveries in limited areas. Retailers are working hard to keep up by focusing on omni-channel replenishment to keep products on the shelf and available online. Greg Sandfort, CEO of Tractor Supply Company, delivered RILA’s Supply Chain opening keynote. In his address, Sandfort discussed the importance in creating a supply chain that was responsive and reliable, “If I can’t get the product to the customer at any time and any place – I’ve failed.” As it has become apparent that the digital world can bring profits; budgets and stock allotments that were once marked for retail initiatives are being rethought. These changes are also guiding service providers like Datalliance, a leading vendor managed inventory and collaborative replenishment software company. “Forward-thinking manufacturing brands realize they need to adjust,” said Tom Hoar, Director of Sales for Datalliance. “We have meetings with global companies that want to know if our vendor managed inventory software can help get their products to retail shelves and manage their inventory for e-commerce. The answer is an absolute yes and that is very appealing to manufacturers as they want to increase revenue and in-stock percentages with their long-standing retail partners, but also meet the needs of digital storefronts.” About Datalliance Datalliance is the world’s largest provider of technology and services to support collaborative replenishment programs such as Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) and related approaches.  Delivered as a cloud-based platform and backed by extensive customer care, Datalliance makes it easy for trading partners to establish inventory management relationships that increase sales and profits by fully aligning business objectives, increasing on-shelf availability, optimizing turns, and reducing supply chain costs. Datalliance manages billions of dollars in orders, millions of SKUs, and tens of thousands of locations worldwide for leading companies in consumer and industrial markets. For more information about Datalliance, visit www.datalliance.com.


CINCINNATI, March 01, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Datalliance announces immediate availability of the latest release of the cloud-based Datalliance VMI platform with a number of important new capabilities focused on enhanced productivity, flexibility and ease-of-use in several important areas. As with all releases, enhancements were driven by feedback from the global user community combined with Datalliance’s vision for the continued evolution of the VMI process.  New capabilities are available for immediate use by Datalliance customers and their trading partners at no cost, and with no need to install or upgrade software.  Datalliance delivers enhancement releases three times per year, with over 50 releases having been delivered to date. Highlights of enhancements in this release include: As with every release, a number of general technical and performance enhancements are also included to further support overall system scalability, reliability and availability. Datalliance is the world’s largest provider of technology and services to support collaborative replenishment programs such as Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) and related approaches.  Delivered as a cloud-based platform backed by extensive customer care, Datalliance makes it easy for trading partners to establish inventory management relationships that increase sales and profits by fully aligning business objectives, increasing on-shelf availability, optimizing turns, and reducing supply chain costs.  Datalliance manages billions of dollars in orders, millions of SKUs, and tens of thousands of locations worldwide for leading companies in consumer and industrial markets. For more information about Datalliance, visit www.datalliance.com.


CINCINNATI, March 01, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Datalliance announces immediate availability of the latest release of the cloud-based Datalliance VMI platform with a number of important new capabilities focused on enhanced productivity, flexibility and ease-of-use in several important areas. As with all releases, enhancements were driven by feedback from the global user community combined with Datalliance’s vision for the continued evolution of the VMI process.  New capabilities are available for immediate use by Datalliance customers and their trading partners at no cost, and with no need to install or upgrade software.  Datalliance delivers enhancement releases three times per year, with over 50 releases having been delivered to date. Highlights of enhancements in this release include: As with every release, a number of general technical and performance enhancements are also included to further support overall system scalability, reliability and availability. Datalliance is the world’s largest provider of technology and services to support collaborative replenishment programs such as Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) and related approaches.  Delivered as a cloud-based platform backed by extensive customer care, Datalliance makes it easy for trading partners to establish inventory management relationships that increase sales and profits by fully aligning business objectives, increasing on-shelf availability, optimizing turns, and reducing supply chain costs.  Datalliance manages billions of dollars in orders, millions of SKUs, and tens of thousands of locations worldwide for leading companies in consumer and industrial markets. For more information about Datalliance, visit www.datalliance.com.


News Article | February 10, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

CINCINNATI, Feb. 10, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Datalliance today announced that the company once again extended its track record of consistent growth over the past 20+ years. Increases came from new and expanded customer subscriptions for the Datalliance Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) platform and associated services. Twelve new customers were added in North America and Europe – many of which are household names spanning consumer goods, medical, electrical and plumbing industries. Those new customers are or will be managing products as diverse as over the counter (OTC) pain relief, cold and allergy medicines; personal care items such as mouthwash, lotions, fragrances and baby care products; tobacco products; blood plasma products; energy management products, electrical controls; pipe fittings, valves, toilets, tubbing and more.  So the momentum of companies in a variety of consumer and industrial segments moving to VMI by way of Datalliance continues. As the world’s largest independent Vendor Managed Inventory platform and service provider, Datalliance VMI saw increases in all key volume statistics and now manages 20,000+ locations, 24 million+ SKU’s, and $40B+ in annualized customer sales. In addition to North America and Europe, Datalliance consumer and industrial product customers added more supported locations in the Latin American and Asia/Pacific regions. VMI is just beginning to be adopted in those areas of the world. Datalliance also continued to develop important new VMI process innovations through delivery of three new releases of its cloud-based VMI platform.  Enhancements and extensions that push the boundaries of traditional VMI included advanced product availability checking (e.g. in SAP), enhanced promotion/event handling, multi-divisional replenishment rule handling (e.g. for operations in multiple countries) further automated returns planning and more. “We are pleased to see the continued level of VMI growth on a global basis,” said Carl Hall, Datalliance CEO and President. “As is usually the case, several of our new customers are transitioning their VMI programs from legacy systems to our Datalliance VMI platform, while others are launching VMI programs for the first time. In some cases, we are working with companies that are pioneering the first use of VMI within their product category.” About Datalliance Datalliance is the world’s largest provider of technology and services to support collaborative replenishment programs such as Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) and related approaches.  Delivered as a cloud-based platform backed by extensive customer care, Datalliance makes it easy for trading partners to establish inventory management relationships that increase sales and profits by fully aligning business objectives, increasing on-shelf availability, optimizing turns, and reducing supply chain costs.  Datalliance manages billions of dollars in orders, millions of SKUs, and tens of thousands of locations worldwide for leading companies in consumer and industrial markets. For more information about Datalliance, visit www.datalliance.com.


The invention relates to a continuous dough kneading machine for pastry or bread mixes, such as for sandwich bread, said machine comprising: a substantially tubular chamber (C) provided with an inlet (E) for the dough to be kneaded and an outlet (S) for the kneaded dough, including a constriction, said chamber (C) comprising an upstream sub-chamber (C1) connected to the inlet (E) and a downstream sub-chamber (C2) connected to the outlet (S); means (P, V) for creating a negative pressure in the downstream sub-chamber (C2); and two shafts (1a, 1b) rotatably mounted inside the chamber (C), supporting dough-conveying members (5a, 5b) disposed in particular in the upstream chamber (C1) and dough-kneading members (7a, 7b, 9a, 9b) disposed in particular in the downstream chamber (C2). The machine also comprises means (1a, 1b, 11a, 11b) for forming a dough obstruction (B1) in the transition zone from the upstream chamber to the downstream chamber.


Patent
Vmi | Date: 2011-12-12

The present invention relates to a mixing device (100), including: at least one rotor (101) supporting mixing blades (101a) and being capable of being rotated; all annular ring (103) surrounding the rotor and having at least one axial opening (103a) and radial mixing openings (103b) associated with the mixing blades so as to allow the passage of the mixture therethrough; at least one particle-conveying line (104) leading to the inside of said ring, characterized in that the annular ring has a recirculation stage (105) placed between the conveying line and the radial mixing openings, said recirculation stage including at least two axially consecutive rows of radial openings (105a).

Loading VMI collaborators
Loading VMI collaborators