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WMS on a Cloud - Real-World Business Option, or Just Fluff?


Warehouse management systems are now available in an on-demand delivery model, offering a lower cost, reduced risk option.

By HighJump Software
March 22, 2011

So the world probably doesn’t need another whitepaper detailing the benefits of a warehouse management system (WMS) – which, by the way, are increased productivity, real-time access to information, up to 99+ percent inventory accuracy, faster shipping, better collaboration with partners and improved customer service, to name a few. But perhaps you’ve been putting off installing a new WMS because you’re not sure you could articulate how those benefits outweigh the potential risks to your business.

You’re not sure you’re quite convinced yourself. “Do I have enough staff to install and support such a sophisticated system? Our IT department is pretty overwhelmed already. And all the infrastructure costs…” You wonder if a WMS will deliver a return that makes the time and financial investment worthwhile. Are we getting warm?

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