Sedlak was recently named to Manhattan Associates’ distinguished Partner Performance Club in recognition of significant contributions over the past year to customer engagements.
The sheer volume of goods being sold online is driving many companies to optimize their warehouse and DC operations to support e-commerce. Sedlak VP Jeff Mueller shares with Modern Materials Handling 2017's best practices for tackling the challenges of multifaceted distribution.
Patrick Sedlak and Jeff Mueller are quoted in MHI Solutions magazine about key considerations for retail omni-channel enablement.
Retailers are scrambling to ensure they can fulfill the expected surge in online orders this holiday season. David DuBose is quoted in an article in The Wall Street Journal that explains how store fulfillment capabilities and labor continuity will be key factors.
Over one million square-foot facility will house 1,000 employees; optimize product distribution for company's growing direct-to-consumer business.
Similar to the electric car for the last 50 years, the idea of a car driving itself still seems like a pipe dream. Yet, “a less known and already delivered reality is the self-driving transportation service,” said Patrick Sedlak, Vice President of Sedlak Management Consultants.
Business View Magazine profiles Sedlak's remarkable history, starting with its founding in material handling solutions for the garment industry, all the way to our recent adventures supporting the US Antarctic Program in Antarctica and work to optimize delivery systems in healthcare.
Retail Merchandiser profiles Sedlak's nearly 60-year-old legacy of developing supply chain and distribution solutions for retailers.
Sedlak's long and rich history as a trusted and unbiased advisor in retail distribution is featured in the summer issue of Supply Chain World Magazine.
Director of Supply Chain Solutions Dave DuBose discusses in Multichannel Merchant how the S&OP process, historically a planning tool used by manufacturers, can help retailers collaborate internally to anticipate and prepare for shifts in demand.