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

  1. The Legacy WMS Challenge
  2. Evaluating Your Current Systems: Identify The Gaps
    1. Dynamic Work Planning
    2. Task Optimization & Work Execution
    3. Slotting & Inventory Optimization
    4. Real Time Management Reporting
    5. Advanced Analytics
    6. Labor Management
    7. Transportation Management
  3. Why Consider a WMS Alternative?
    1. Shorter Implementation Time
    2. Lower Cost
    3. Less Risk
    4. Faster Time To Value
    5. Larger Return On Investment
  4. Five Ways Work Execution Fills Gaps In WM Capabilities
  5. Three WMS Upgrade Strategies Using Work Execution
    1. Legacy Renewal Strategy
    2. Bridge-to-New Strategy
    3. Upgrade Gap Strategy

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