The company continues to grow, surpassing $100M in revenue, as omnichannel retailers, integrated health systems and complex distribution networks seek agile solutions for volatile market conditions.
Last week, supply chain software provider Tecsys (TSX: TCS) posted a 37% year-over-year revenue gain, marking its first $100 million-plus fiscal year revenue performance for 2020. Nearing its fourth decade in business, the company is rapidly becoming a recognized global supply chain solution provider for increasingly complex and critical ecosystems well-positioned to equip clients to compete for the consumer doorstep. In a massively disrupted supply chain market, Tecsys software has become an important asset for organizations looking to strengthen or retool their operations as COVID-19 accelerates digital adoption.
Tecsys is a dominant supply chain software vendor for the healthcare market, and a prominent vendor in complex supply chains with emerging presence in retail logistics. As a result, Tecsys finds itself at the nexus of two major surging post-COVID-19 markets; healthcare supply chain and digital commerce. The value Tecsys delivers to its customers has quickly risen in priority for organizations still running less sophisticated systems.
The company heads into fiscal 2021 with an aggressive growth strategy centered on expanded solution integration partnerships, nimble cloud deployment and post-pandemic market demand surge for omnichannel fulfillment and consolidated services.
“If we learn nothing else from COVID-19, we should realize that supply chain can make or break your business,” says Peter Brereton, president and CEO at Tecsys. “Adding to the complexity of converging and consolidating markets is a massive acceleration in omnichannel consumer adoption, and we’re very quickly seeing less nimble operations crumble. Our ability to manage that complexity and turn it into customer value is why we are a leading provider in our market.”
“Tecsys continues to build momentum beyond even our most ambitious internal targets,” continues Brereton. “Our transition to SaaS, our presence in key verticals, and unique market conditions have accelerated the adoption of agile supply chain and distribution capabilities. We are exceptionally positioned to provide the market with exactly what they need for this huge market shift.”
On delivering customer value, Laurie McGrath, chief marketing officer at Tecsys, comments: “Our team is laser-focused on delivering the tools our customers need to be successful. Whether it’s moving a health system to a consolidated service center model, getting a retailer up and running on omnichannel fulfillment, or helping a warehouse operation reach new levels of efficiency and scalability, Tecsys has built its reputation on customer success, and it’s what is driving our continued growth.”
Tecsys solutions solve complex operational challenges with software and services that simplify the end-to-end movement of products throughout the supply chain from initial receipt to final consumption. The remarkable growth experienced by the company over the last two years shows no signs of slowing down. From healthcare, retail, warehouse, transportation and point-of-use management to business intelligence and analytics, forecasting and demand planning, Tecsys solutions equip customers with data-driven risk mitigation, inventory control and process efficiency.