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Results of the 2014 Software Usage Survey: E-commerce’s impact on software investment

Available On-Demand
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
May 13, 2014

In streamlining today’s warehouse/DC operations in order meet the evolving challenges of e-commerce and the subsequent pressures of omni-channel fulfillment, it’s all about the software.

Modern’s 2014 Software Usage Survey reveals that the new realities of warehouse/DC operations have pushed nearly 50% of our readers to increase the application of software inside their facilities over the past two years, while nearly 30% tell us that their early adoption has helped to put their operations ahead of the game.

Join Associate Editor Josh Bond and John Hill, Director at St. Onge Company, as they put this year’s findings into context and share how respondents say their businesses are innovating meet the e-commerce challenge, how software has impacted their operations and what they hope to achieve with future software installations and updates.

Attend this Webcast to receive a complimentary copy of Modern’s 2014 Software Usage Survey results!

During this Webcast you will learn:  

  • The current state of software investment in U.S. warehouse/DC operations
  • Which software applications (WMS, TMS, LMS, WCS, YMS) are growing and why
  • Reported benefits the application of supply chain software has brought to their operation
  • Strategies for overcoming challenges related to software implementation in an e-commerce environment

Where do you stand in terms of software investment and application compared to your peers?


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