|Date||Tuesday, March 29, 2022|
|Time||10:30 AM - 11:15 AM|
The DNA of a WMS should be adaptable, fast, affordable and scalable to offer a low entry point into the warehouse versus Tier 1 solutions, while at the same time providing a platform that expands exponentially according to the client’s requirements.
A WMS must be designed to allow clients the “keys to the car” so to speak, where they can extend the functionality of their WMS without custom coding. Thus, clients can extend according to their requirements without time-consuming plans or make process modifications essentially on the fly. The actual benefit of a WMS must be the rapid initial implementation and then in the case of 3PLs adding new clients is a fraction of the expected cost. Modules as Proprietary WCS tightly integrated with the WMS as well as an advanced module for interfacing have to be designed to work as universal connection tools to allow for integration into virtually any Automation, ERP or E-Commerce shopping carts with little configuration by the client resources and not necessarily the WMS vendor’s development team.
The Key Elements of a WMS to help you optimize your warehouse processes and maximize your profits.
The Tools a WMS should own to gain insights on performance and activity