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RiverOne delivers all its solutions through INTERACTIVE, the complete Supply Chain Control System. INTERACTIVE manages all supply-chain “units of currency

interactive scheduling  Supply Chain Control System. INTERACTIVE manages all supply-chain “units of currency” including: forecast, inventory, orders, invoices, BOMs, and performance metrics, and stores this data on a unified transactional database. This architecture enables the system to deliver a single or multiple real-time solutions through a single deployment. The system enables you to connect in any manner desired, collaborate appropriately, manage by exception, and plan, execute and measure together. Combined with

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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

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Staff Scheduling for the Health Care Industry

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Omnivex Moxie is a complete software solution designed for managing digital signage networks and able to handle rich content, high-resolution media, real-time information and have the intelligence to automatically react to dynamic data and external conditions. It is built on Microsoft Windows technology and does not require any proprietary hardware or software to display and manage the sophisticated content you expect it to display.Manage - Manage every aspect of your digital signage network from one applicationCreate - Combine an ever-growing list of supported content types on the same layout and preview your content in both real time and native formats. Schedule - Scheduling content in Moxie is easy. With a familiar calendar interface, setting up a schedule for your content’s display is a snapDisplay - Player management from a centralized location is now a reality. With Moxie, you can send content directly to your Player for display. Interact - Define the levels of interactivity in your content. Create sophisticated, interactive and real-time content by integrating your content and making it respond to data from external sources. Verify - Moxie’s logging feature adds proof-of-play for media content on your digital signage network.Control - Enforce access to Moxie’s functions by using your established network security protocols to administer permissions and access.

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Blast Past Manufacturing Bottlenecks with Constraint-based Scheduling


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Sky, FieldOne's field service solution, supports interactive scheduling with optimization capabilities, resource and route planning, work order management, mobile task management, and reporting. The Sky routing module is an advanced, automated resource-routing engine (for agents and equipment). It provides automated dispatch, optimized routes and real directions, skill-based team assignment, and workload balancing. FieldOne supports any industry with a field service component.

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