Information Dynamics was founded in 1987 with the objective of bringing solutions based upon the latest hardware and software technology to the material handling and control industry.
Toward this end, the company began development of its flagship product, Warehouse eXpress®, in 1991 and announced the product in March of 1993.
Warehouse eXpress is one of the first products in the material control industry to be based entirely on an open-architecture, client-server computing model -- making the product ideally suited for the downsizing/rightsizing efforts which are currently receiving great emphasis in Fortune 500 companies worldwide.
In addition, the product was designed from the outset with international usage in mind. Warehouse eXpress is fully internationalized for use in countries around the world. This has particular significance for today's world-class manufacturers, with their diverse geographic locations. With Warehouse eXpress, one product can now be utilized on a worldwide basis without requiring software modification to support the local language. This same capability also provides the domestic-based company with a means of supporting a multi-lingual workforce and/or customizing the product to meet their own terminology and usage, without the need for expensive software modifications on the part of the vendor.
In early 1996, Information Dynamics announced Web eXpressTM, a comprehensive order processing and fulfillment system for Internet World Wide Web storefronts.
Web eXpress consists of an Application Programming Interface (API) for Warehouse eXpress, Information Dynamics' full-featured material control system for real-time inventory control of a warehouse or distribution center.
Information Dynamics has over 60 years of warehouse and factory automation experience. We specialize in systems for the pharmaceutical industry as well as systems which control automated devices such as Conveyors, Carousels, Mini Load Storage Systems, Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (ASRS), Automatic Guided Vehicle Systems (AGVS), and Pick to Light Systems.
The company's client list includes major Fortune 500 companies such as Eli Lilly, Easton Aluminum, and Kelloggs.