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Special Report: Six Reasons Why It’s Time for App Stores for Supply Chain Management Software

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There are millions of apps for our smart phones. Why not an app store for your warehouse management system (WMS) too?



By HighJump Software
March 22, 2011

Your industry and your customers—and let’s not forget the government—have unending lists of new requirements and regulations. Why does it seem like you’re never able to adjust your business as fast as the requirements roll in? And why do those little “code adjustments” your software vendor makes to your system always come with a headache-inducing invoice?

There are millions of apps to help us manage our work and personal lives on our smart phones, but what about apps for your supply chain management software? Wouldn’t it be great if you could browse and add functionality to your warehouse management system (WMS) similar to how you add new apps to your smart phone?

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