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The Future of Warehousing 2018 - FREE White Paper

March 25, 2014

How will the industry manage a 54% increase in the number of SKUs?

Warehouse strategies are turning to multimodal data collection technologies. Projected growth of 113% to 142% for multimodal data collection—barcoding, mobile devices, RFID, voice, pick-to-light—will enhance workflows and position the facility to be more flexible and productive.

Learn why warehouse executives indicate they will pursue:

  • Increasing inventory turns
  • Equipping more staff with technology
  • Automating more processes
  • Increasing the size and number of locations
  • Accommodating a larger volume of items and increased number of SKUs

This white paper explains how aligning IT and Operations will streamline the path to flawless fulfillment, labor productivity, order turnaround time, traceability, and reduce picking staff turnover.

Most importantly, read about how warehouses will experience a 100% growth from paper-based tracking systems to real-time, accurate data collection and warehouse management systems.

Download the complimentary white paper now.


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