Cream-O-Land Dairy Pushes the Limits of Direct Store Delivery Technology with Numeric Computer Systems
Founded in 1934 by Samuel Schneier, Cream-O-Land Dairy delivered the finest and freshest dairy products to small grocery stores and homes in the New Brunswick, New Jersey area. Fast forward 70 years and today the dairy remains a family business, run by Jay and Robert Schneier, Samuel’s grandchildren. The Schneier’s have helped the dairy grow significantly by expanding their service area and delivering to 8,000 of the finest grocery stores, foodservice companies, independent supermarkets, schools and colleges throughout New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, Florida and the Caribbean. more . . .
Plains Dairy Shifts to NCS State-Of-The-Art DSD/Route Accounting Solutions
Nestled in the heart of Amarillo, Texas, sits a state-of-the-art dairy processing facility known as Plains Dairy. From its humble beginnings – run by a single owner and supported by only 70 cows – to operating today as a subsidiary of Affiliated Foods, Plains Dairy supplies hundreds of thousands of gallons of milk each day to customers in West Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado, Kansas and Arizona. The dairy’s product line also includes brewed Red Diamond tea, Tampico punch, Culligan water and fruit drinks. more . . .
Holsum de Puerto Rico
By the mid-1990’s Holsum knew that in order to get the most of their handheld technology investment, maximize its functionality and to “tap” all the information that the system could provide, they would need to replace their home grown systems with a true route accounting application that supported the specific requirements of the baking industry. A search among software vendors was performed and NCS was chosen based on their knowledge of the route management and Direct Store Delivery or DSD arena and their leadership and strength in the area of Information Systems Technology. more . . .
The NAXML Advantage - Rutter's Farm Stores
Rutter’s Farm Stores (York, PA) were faced with increasing store level inefficiencies caused by manual processes during product receipt. Faced with multiple vendors, more than a thousand DSD SKU’s, and manual entry of the invoices by store management, they needed to drive costs out of their supply chain. Rutter’s also owns a dairy. Rutter’s shared ownership provided a perfect opportunity to bring supply chain efficiency to both its companies. Rutter’s management teamed up with NCS – Numeric Computer Systems, Inc of Hauppauge, NY to implement a method to electronically deliver invoices via National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) developed XML standard language called NAXML. more . . .