We formed CognitOps in 2018 after successfully building a Warehouse Execution Software company. We delivered value to the Fortune 500 and many other great companies, but we felt the cluttered landscape of supply chain technologies limited our value.
We also believed that the market shared our frustration with inadequate software tools, siloed data, and disparate systems.
So we decided to do something about it.
By combining our customer focus and operations expertise with a team of brilliant software architects, data scientists, emerging tech developers, and dedicated investors, we launched the first Warehouse Operating System company to help businesses tap into their supply chains’ potential.
The CognitOps Philosophy
We often say that operations management has been left behind. We’ve been on the floor with these leaders, and we’ve experienced the challenges they face in managing warehouses irrespective of the industries or channels. Instead of engaging with their team members, being creative, and managing strategically, operations leaders have been too busy managing work.
These leaders haven’t had time to plan for the future, which is why our vision is clear and compelling: to unleash ingenuity and give rise to resilient businesses.
Supply chains have long grappled with challenges presented by the shift to eCommerce, which impacts all fulfillment channels due to the increased variability across their warehouses. This has led to the rise of omnichannel, proliferation of automation and dependence on labor, resulting in warehouses becoming more complex and more challenging to manage.