OGDEN, UT – Allmoxy announced the planned opening of a new public training facility while also revealing the launch of new interconnected ordering features in the company’s cloud-based software program.
Known for its the web based design and manufacturing software for the cabinet industry, Allmoxy now has added B2B ordering to the program. This feature allows two or more Allmoxy sites to automatically order products from each other.
For example, a design center that sells cabinetry from several manufacturers could have a user design in 3D on the design center’s site. Information about pricing, availability, and restrictions (from the manufacturer) would be passed all the way to the designer in real time as they design. On placing the order, the system automatically funnels the appropriate orders to several manufacturers for such parts of the project as doors, drawer boxes, cabinet components, and hardware, automating the order through Allmoxy’s already published features.
In addition, the system also connects the manufacturers to their suppliers, so orders coming in for their products are converted to supply orders and placed with their own suppliers.
In another example, suppose a door manufacturer receives an order from a design center for cherry doors. The system calculates the material requirement (including waste yield), checks inventory, and places the order for the required amount of cherry with the preferred vendor.
“Seamless supply chain integration is tested and available now,” said Brady Lewis of Allmoxy. “The new package is included at no extra charge as a free upgrade for Allmoxy customers.”
The company also produced an infographic to help explain how it all works.
New training center
Allmoxy also plans to open a new training facility on August 27 in Ogden Utah.
“The center is designed to be the hub for where woodworking meets technology,” said Lewis. Allmoxy is
opening its doors to businesses, groups, and other organizations for events and training
centered around wood and tech.”
The new center is designed for large events, medium gatherings, and individual meetings, Lewis said. Facilities are designed to handle conferences, presentations, education events, meetings, and work boot camps.
Featuring top floor, 360-degree views of the beautiful Rocky Mountains, and special attention to design, the space is designed to an inspirational catalyst for innovation and progress, all dedicated to the woodworking industry, Lewis said. The new center is also conveniently located near hotels, restaurants, and entertainment to add to its versatility.
“Drinks are on tap, the internet is blazing fast, and Allmoxy is ready to host the industry’s interest
in technology,” said Lewis.
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