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October Monthly Special 2021

Mojix: Connecting Businesses with Customers and Supply Chains


Founded in 2005, Mojix is a leading software provider of Item Chain Management solutions to consumer brand, retail and industrial enterprises around the globe. Its software platform applies innovative data science to transform item-level data into valuable operational intelligence, helping organizations manage the entire life-cycle of billions of unique identities from source to sale to consumer.

Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, the company’s original mission was to leverage this technology to create a new generation of game-changing RFID systems that realize the vast potential and expand the utility of RFID throughout supply chains and enterprises. In re-defining RFID, Mojix enabled organizations to re-invent and derive new levels of value from their supply chain management systems.

Today, Mojix has transformed into a leading software provider of ITEM LEVEL intelligence solutions to the retail and industrial markets. With deep domain experience in IoT solutions combined with a product range to meet the demands of the high growth enterprise operational intelligence (OI) software market, Mojix helps businesses around the globe manage their inventory and assets more effectively by converting real-time streaming data is actionable business intelligence.

Mojix Item Chain Management solutions work in real-time, providing visibility for critical business functions like operational performance, location monitoring and tracking, traceability, authenticity, consumer engagement, compliance, provenance, and sustainability programs. The company's software solutions are hardware agnostic and can aggregate and process data streams from multiple sensors including RFID, NFC, QR Codes, BLE, and UWB, providing useful business and operational insights so companies can grow and stay competitive.

Food Supply Chain Traceabilty

Grocery and QSR industries have much to benefit from digitalization and serialization: from inventory automation to waste reduction, increasing sales and reducing costs. To harness the true power of traceability, however, they need item-level track-and-trace.

Mojix proves that the food supply chain can achieve true item-level intelligence, whether you’re dealing in bulk agricultural commodity or handling fresh foods. The industry’s razor-thin margins can sustain the cost of digitization and Mojix's groundbreaking solution combines virtual and physical tagging. Moreover, the company's unique multi-enterprise architecture enables integration of data:

  • horizontally and even globally, across all your providers and clients
  • vertically, from edge to cloud, and in real-time

In accordance with section 204(d)(2) of FSMA and the FDA’s Proposed Traceability Rule, Mojix’s cloud-hosted SaaS platform registers KDEs (Key Data Elements) at CTEs (Critical Tracking Events) all along the Supply Chain. Clients identify 100% of their recalled or expired items during Receiving and Inventory operations. Actionable, blockchain-backed information is accessible both at the edge and globally to help reduce waste, ensure consumer safety, provide authentication, ensure process efficiency, inventory accuracy and stock optimization.

Smarter Manufacturing Solutions

Platforms built on internet of things (IoT) infrastructure are providing an almost unlimited supply of operational data to help manufacturers further refine their processes for greater productivity and profitability. Throughout the supply chain and on the factory floor, IoT platforms are demonstrating their indispensable value to the manufacturing industry’s evolution into the smart factory era. Mojix's solutions in this space cover:

  • Improve Operational Efficiency
  • Strengthen Supply Chain Security
  • Streamline Inventory
  • Error-proof processes
  • Boost Production
  • Reduce Costs and Material Loss

Cloud and Mobile Software Development

Mojix offers end-to-end software development services designed to help a business grow and become more competitive. Whether it’s staff augmentation, dedicated teams or general software engineering they’ve got you covered. The company offers a powerful combination of technical expertise, mature, low-risk processes, and proven experience in a variety of business domains to turn a sbusiness idea into reality.

Mojix products have been adopted by leading companies in a wide range of industries including financial services, automotive, retail, oil & gas and others. The company is fluent in all the leading active programming languages and business practices, and, provides expertise in all phases of the software development process including developers, project managers, designers and product managers.

Dan Doles, President and Chief Executive Officer

Dan brings an extensive background of more than 25 years of senior executive-level enterprise software and hardware development experience to the company. Before joining Mojix, Dan co-founded Connexive Inc. in 2009 a B2C data mining software company. Previous to that, he was the Chief Executive Officer of WhereNet, an industry leader in Real-Time Location Systems and Solutions, from 1997 until 2007 and served as Vice President and General Manager of the Wherenet Division at Zebra Technologies from 2007 to 2008 subsequent to Zebra’s acquisition of WhereNet in 2007. Dan joined WhereNet from enterprise application software maker PeopleSoft. At PeopleSoft, he served as Vice President of Business Operations after it acquired Red Pepper Software, a supply chain advanced planning software company where he was co-founder and Vice President of Business Operations. During six years at Ernst & Young, Dan managed the group responsible for manufacturing and high technology industry services. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from San Jose State University.

"The company's software solutions are hardware agnostic and can aggregate and process data streams from multiple sensors including RFID, NFC, QR Codes, BLE, and UWB, providing useful business and operational insights so companies can grow and stay competitive."