Interius™ encompasses Surgere's expanding and flexible IoT sensor-based technology to accurately gather activity data.
Green, OH – Surgere, a pioneer in the evolving i4.0 supply chain management, announced today the launch of its new Interius™ software suite providing accurate visibility in the supply chain. Interius™ is an expansion and extension of Surgere’s on-going, industry leading reusable container and part tracking technology.
Incorporating technology from four US Patents, the Surgere Interius™ software suite allows manufacturers and companies full visibility in their supply chain. The comprehensive application suite is a result of the company’s continuous engineering work to expand its expertise with IoT supply chain solutions with devices and solutions that deliver unparalleled end-to-end supply chain analytics, high-fidelity data, and sensor-based solutions throughout a company’s entire enterprise.
“Interius™ has been decades in the making born out of our on-going work with OEMs and suppliers in over 1,600 North American locations and 31 countries and will provide enormous benefits to companies and manufacturers that provide parts or products that require tracking,” says William Wappler, Surgere founder and CEO. “We're fortunate that technology has finally caught up with our innovation and ideas around supply chain solutions. With Interius™ we can solve problems instantly with technology that used to be labor and paperwork intensive. Supply chains are global and the solutions to manage them need to be, too.”
With a dozen field-tested modules that work as discrete independent solutions or as an integrated total solution, Interius™ empowers a company’s entire supply chain providing real-time reporting. Interius™ can sit on top of an existing legacy system for controlled in-house monitoring or made available globally through Microsoft's Azure cloud. Interius™ is comprised of specific modules that deliver supply chain visibility from yard and waste management, transportation visibility, tool crib tracking, to inventory management and container tracking.
“Supply chain issues are no longer local. They are global, extending across companies and industries,” Wappler says. “Over the past few decades, lean supply chains and inventories, cost cutting, and industry consolidation have collided with the growing need for sustainability, geopolitical policy and regulations, shifting supplier relationships, market competitiveness, focus on client experience, and most recently the pandemic. It is more important than ever to have the highest level of data accuracy and visibility in the supply chain which Interius™ can provide.”
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