WMS software packages were first introduced in the 1990s, so it’s no surprise that 59% of warehouses and distribution centers are using WMS systems that are more than 5 years old. Given the prevalence of legacy systems, 41% of warehouses and distribution center executives say they plan to evaluate, purchase or upgrade warehouse management systems in the next 2 years.
Table Of Contents
The Legacy WMS Challenge
Evaluating Your Current Systems: Identify The Gaps
Dynamic Work Planning
Task Optimization & Work Execution
Slotting & Inventory Optimization
Real Time Management Reporting
Why Consider a WMS Alternative?
Shorter Implementation Time
Faster Time To Value
Larger Return On Investment
Five Ways Work Execution Fills Gaps In WM Capabilities