Automation plays a growing role in today’s warehouses, and effective software is key. Element Logic aims to extend its core business and expertise through a full intralogistics software portfolio. S&P’s cutting-edge intralogistics software suite will accelerate this goal.
“S&P is a strategically important partner for us to realise our ambition of becoming a leading software supplier within our segment,” says Håvard Hallås, Chief Commercial Officer at Element Logic. “Partnering with S&P gives us increased competence and capacity to integrate and connect hardware and software solutions, such as WCS/WMS and different material handling solutions.”
S&P offers a warehouse management software suite called SuPCIS-L8 – a highly available, scalable, and customisable platform which provides intelligent and automated intralogistics solutions for dynamic and demanding customers. The software controls conveyor technology, automated warehouses of all kinds, sorting systems or robots that support humans in their daily work.
S&P continuously develops its warehouse management platform to offer its customers state-of-the-art and future-proof solutions, realising projects from planning to commissioning in all automation scenarios. These range from manually operated warehouses with mobile data collection to highly complex and fully automated logistics centres.
The German company has proven experience implementing software and solving demanding logistics challenges. Since 1985 they have helped customers from a wide range of industries, from medium-sized businesses to large corporations, in Germany and 14 other countries. Now S&P will continue their journey as part of the Element Logic family.
“We are thrilled to team up with Element Logic,” says Horst Reichert, Managing Director of S&P. “By offering a full intralogistics software suite for manual warehouses, a wide range of automation components, and integrations within ERP software and supply chain tools, this is a perfect match for both companies.”
- 93 employees
- Founded as Scholz & Probst Computersysteme GmbH in 1986, following the GbR of 1985, renamed to S&P in 1993
- Two offices: HQ in Leinfelden-Echterdingen and Georgsmarienhütte (Germany)
- More than 150 projects with a customer base in 14 countries