Warehouse Management Systems

Warehouse Management Systems

SimpliTrak™ WMS     We specialize in developing supply chain applications that improve business operations, and integrate well with existing…

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Automation & Controls

Automation & Controls

Intelligent Distributed Controls is a technology-focused company. As the name implies, we design and develop control systems based on distributed…

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eFulfilment Integration

eFulfilment Integration

When developing a system to handle online orders, it’s important that intuitive understanding is used otherwise it leads to extensive…

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IDC Main Services

Dynamic Software Solutions To Keep Your Business On The Move

Welcome to IDC, we are an independent UK company with specialist expertise in Warehouse Management Systems, Automation, Controls and Simulation. We have over 15 years’ experience in delivering solutions in Manufacturing, Internal Logistics and eFulfiment for companies both large and small.

Our product portfolio features SimpliTrak™ Warehouse Management System (WMS) and Warehouse Control System (WCS) platforms both developed in-house and enhanced over many years. SimpliTrak™ WMS is flexible and scalable, with bolt-on features for a wide range of operations and designed to manage single or multiple warehouses. The hardware utilises the latest ruggedised handheld scanners which are cost effective and just as easy to use as your smartphone. Options are available for site or cloud servers, the latter reducing capital outlay and minimising IT site support expertise.

For companies looking to improve their on line fulfilment SimpliTrak™ WCS integrates a wide range of specialist OEM equipment. Orders taken from your web site are collated and processed with automatic labelling, packing, wrapping and weighing machines and when ready for despatch will inform your selected carrier directly or via Metapak.

We partner with leading European Materials Handling Specialists, OEMs and Systems Integrators. We also specialise in control systems for Interroll®’s Horizontal and Vertical Cross Belt Sorters and offer control system upgrades for most high speed sortation systems including tilt tray, sliding shoe, cross belt and pop-up sorters.

With an experienced team of project managers, software developers and engineers we are able to analyse your business processes and present practical solutions. We provide real time simulation so you can see your system operating before it is installed and ensure it meets your expectations. If your business is looking to improve or upgrade its internal logistics operations please give us a call for a no obligation initial consultation, we would be delighted to hear from you.

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IDC Upgrades 2 Sorter Control Systems & Introduces New SimpliTrak™ WCS Platform

Having successfully completed a sortation upgrade for the client several years earlier, IDC was chosen to upgrade two further sorters on the same site. Both sorters were over twenty years old and whilst the mechanics were still in working order, the control systems had become obsolete with few spares available. (more…) Read more

IDC Expands Software Solutions With 3D Simulation & Emulation Platform

The software platform enables System Integrators and Logistics Warehouse Operators to visualise, validate and optimise warehouse automation plans before implementation. The huge increase of e-commerce in recent years has presented major challenges to businesses looking to improve and expand their logistics and eFulfilment operations. (more…) Read more

IDC’s SimpliTrak™ WMS Enables Major Retailer To Set-Up Temporary Stockrooms

With storage space limited at its outlets, particularly in large shopping centres, the retailer wanted to ensure they could meet peak season Christmas demand for promotions, with quick and easy access to accurate levels of inventory held locally offsite. (more…) Read more

Our Clients

Global manufacturers, retailers and carriers who depend on IDC software every day.

Jaguar Land Rover
John Lewis

ASDA George
Walgreens Boots Alliance
BAE Systems
Virgin Media