Heavey RF Group, a leading Irish-owned provider of advanced technology solutions to the warehouse and logistics sector, has fully completed its contract with United Drug which was worth in the value of €750,000. Heavey RF is delighted to have fully and successfully implemented one of its largest projects to date.
The one-year contract involved the integration and national roll-out of a single, cloud-based solution to replace United Drug’s previous proof of delivery as well as its associated tracking and reporting solutions.
United Drug is the largest pharmaceutical wholesaler and pre-wholesaler in Ireland providing a wide range of supply chain services to manufacturers, hospitals and pharmacies.
United Drug distributes 200 million medicines and related products per year providing extensive service to all parts of the island of Ireland.
Heavey RF partnered with ABM Data Systems, a Dublin-based specialist software house with over 20 years’ experience in transport software in its project to deliver a user-friendly, secure package tracking and electronic proof of delivery for United Drug.
Ronan Clinton from Heavey RF said: “United Drug’s requirements was for a scalable and future-proof solution that would seamless integrate with its existing and future infrastructure. It was a complex project in which our core team worked in partnership with United Drug to deliver a solution tailored to its needs. Together we have developed a best in class solution that give our client, who is already an industry leader, an added edge.”
The project included a solution integration across over 200 mobile and more than 30 desktops across six national locations.
Ian Donaldson Operations Director from United Drug said:
“United Drug required a leading edge tote tracking and proof of delivery solution across multiple business units and locations whilst aligning the implementation to a Group SAP Program. Heavey RF provided this solution and was a willing and flexible partner who enabled us to achieve our key objectives. The solution is meeting our performance targets and we are confident it will allow us to move forward with enhanced capability in this key operational area.”