Cut the Cord. Embrace the Cloud.

October 16, 2018

The enemy of the logistics manager, dispatcher or driver is that of being stationary. Whether due to limited time, ability, or resources, being anchored means that inventory is not being delivered.


E-Z Stop Food Marts: A PDI Software case study

It’s 2:00 p.m. in Anytown, USA. The strategically located convenience store that sits tucked into…

Buc-ee’s: A PDI Software case study

Executive Overview For many drivers travelling across the monotonous Texas highways, billboards…

Flyers Energy: A PDI Software case study

Executive Overview You’ve heard of Frank and Jesse James, Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm, and Wilbur and…

St-Romain/Y-Not Stop: A PDI Software case study

Executive Overview “What’s unique about our Y-Not Stop store brand is our commitment to food…

Par Mar: A PDI Software case study

Focus on PDI Labor Scheduler If you were to speak with the townsfolk of Marietta, Ohio, there’s one…

Holiday Stationstores: A PDI Software case study

Executive Overview It is often said that big things have small beginnings. That is certainly true…

Gilligan Oil Company: A PDI Software case study

Executive Overview Ohio-based Gilligan Oil Company has been in business since 1993. “We started…

Stop-N-Go of Madison: A PDI Software case study

Every morning Kurt Paradise hops into his car and wades into the mildly annoying traffic of…

Rachael Vance, Internal Auditor Valley Pacific Petroleum Services

Valley Pacific Petroleum Services: A PDI Software case study

Executive Overview No surprises; no disappointments. That's the motto of California-based Valley…

Vintners Distributors: A PDI Software case study

Executive Overview The year was 1978. As political unrest overseas slowly inched the U.S. to the…