Human Capital Management

Human Capital Management

March 20, 2012

Pate Dawson Selects TZA to Drive Labor Efficiencies and Optimize Costs

Pate Dawson, a family-owned foodservice distributor, has selected the TZA ProTrack Warehouse Labor Management Solution to optimize its labor workforce and to ensure improved cost management across its extensive distribution network. TZA, which offers customers labor management and supply chain technology solutions and consulting and engineering services, stated that its ProTrack Warehouse Labor Management Solution will provide strategic support to Pate Dawson’s supply chain initiatives that focus specifically on enhancing overall customer service while bringing about cost reductions.

In a release, Dave Stansfield, president at Pate Dawson, said, "Pate Dawson Company has grown considerably over the years and continues to invest in professional people and state-of-the-art information systems. We creatively use technology to achieve higher levels of customer service and continual reductions in cost. Implementing TZA's labor management technology will allow our organization to better fulfill the promise of service that we make to every customer."

TZAs ProTrack Warehouse Labor Management Solution has been designed as an advanced web-based labor management offering which ensures enhanced productivity for businesses. The solution helps customers optimize their distribution, manufacturing, and delivery processes which can result in 10 to 25 percent productivity gains.     

Evan Danner, president at TZA, said, "Pate Dawson is an outstanding organization with a very strong culture of delivering high quality products and solutions to their customers. TZA's ProTrack Warehouse Labor Management technology will be an integral part of the organization's focus on high performance and superior customer service. We are happy to have Pate Dawson join the growing ProTrack user community."

Goldsboro-based Pate has been operating as a family-owned food service distributor for more than 126 years in North Carolina. With a 390 strong workforce, the company runs a USDA-inspected facility in Greensboro through which it delivers customers with fresh-cut meats and seafood under the brand name Southern Foods.

Edited by Rich Steeves

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