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The Five Sure-Fire Strategies for Gaining Management Approval for WMS Projects

By HighJump Software
July 27, 2011

Implementing a warehouse management system (WMS) can help you can achieve dramatic increases in inventory accuracy and on-time shipments, reduced labor costs, improved throughput and increased capacity for value-added services. Yet, despite the consensus as to the benefits of WMS, gaining approval for a new system can be a challenging endeavor.

If you’re like most companies, you’ll be required to follow a process involving several stages of information gathering and cross-departmental consensus-building to get key decision-makers on board with this critical choice.

In the report, “The Five Sure-Fire Strategies for Gaining Management Approval for WMS Projects,” you will learn how to:

  • Align the WMS project with your company’s key strategic initiatives

  • Achieve a faster and more efficient evaluation and approval process

  • Significantly improve your chances of moving your WMS project forward

Click on the link below to download your copy of this valuable report today.


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