Large European Auto Parts Distributor* streamlines warehouse operations with customized warehouse management system
The sale and launch of a warehouse management system required fairly long face-to-face discussions between the Supplier and Customer teams, both at the preliminary stage (including inspection of warehouse sites) and at the implementation stage, especially in the first and last phases of the process.
How does an international software system roll-out work? What part does value chain software play in batch size 1 production? How high are my transaction costs in logistics processes? These and other questions were answered by top-class experts and practitioners including First Line Software at the Software Day of Intralogistics Experts viastore on February 2, 2022 at the Wagenhallen in Stuttgart Germany.
The title of the classic 80’s movie may have caught your attention, and although Tom Cruise’s character in the movie certainly didn’t require a Warehouse Management System, if you’re reading this you might be considering implementing a WMS solution in your own business. This article will highlight six major aspects that can expose you to risky business decisions leading to a compromised WMS launch. It’s not meant to cover every scenario, but the six-point check list is a starting point which you apply to your own unique environment to help mitigate risks in your WMS journey.
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