Ten years ago, many supply chain experts believed that the market for warehouse management systems (WMS) was rapidly contracting and substantially lower revenues would cripple the vendor community. Instead, the major players in this space are experiencing record years and a large number of other WMS companies emerged to fill market niches.
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Making the decision to install a new Warehouse Management System (WMS) is an exciting one for your business with the new efficiencies and cost savings it can generate. As you start thinking through how you’ll approach the overall project, consider these tips learned from years of hard-earned onsite experience.
1. Staff the Project Appropriately