Less Risk and More Visibility with Tier-1 WMS

Warehousing for Hospitality Projects 

Suddath® uses a Tier-1 warehouse management system (WMS), HighJump, across all 17 of our wholly-owned locations offering four million square feet of dedicated warehouse space storage. This level of visibility is unprecedented, allowing our clients to manage their inventory across a nationwide network. Our system is uniquely configured to support our hospitality industry clients and we even have the ability to quickly implement our system to manage warehouses outside of our national footprint. You and your partners can track inventory in real time, providing up-to-the-minute updates so all stakeholders can react quickly to unforeseen challenges. No one allows you to keep your finger on the pulse of your inventory like Suddath.


  • Client Portal. View POs, Item Master, receipts, inventory, delivery orders and shipments 24/7/365
  • Real time view of inventory. Use our inventory management system to view all items, quantities and location in the warehouse
  • Real-time status of outbound deliveries, including release to warehouse, picking, staged at dock and shipped
  • Online purchase order schedule. Provides an at-a-glance view of the schedule, including: all POs by vendor, receiving status, quantities in warehouse and delivery schedule
  • Computer generated receiving report can be created by date and warehouse location, and is visible through the client portal and emailed from project coordinator
  • Designation of inventory by “subproject.” Easily identify inventory ordered for specific areas (i.e. ballroom, lobby or guestrooms) 
  • Detailed item data for multiple units of measure. Warehousing system allows you to track various units: multiple item numbers, project area, weights and dimensions, cost of item capture


  • Item Master creation. A streamlined creation of an Item Master from the Purchase Order schedule, allowing for ease of item identification by project item number, manufacturing item number or vendor item number
  • Receiving. Items received by scanning PO and item number, verification of expected item and reconciliation of purchase orders of ordered vs. actual quantities
  • Delivery and work order creation. Select items from inventory, in a “shopping cart- like” experience, creating work orders for shipment instructions
  • Picking instructions for warehouse workers. Designating item and locations for inventory for delivery
  • Automated shipment manifest for proof of delivery
  • Automated return authorizations for any product coming back to the warehouse after site delivery
  • Item Master consolidation. Receive individual items separately and combine for delivery as a single item (i.e. component parts for a desk, bed or entertainment