Companies dealing with direct sales, product delivery or widespread warehousing facilities need an agile WMS to meet ever-changing customer needs and expectations. WMS isn't a new concept. From the brick maker in the third century using papyrus and clay tablets to the adoption of barcoding in the 1940s, WMS has a long and storied history. Digital WMS breaks down operational and informational silos. The impact can be felt throughout the organization from improving cost of goods sold and better margins, growth through the ability to execute on customer-oriented logistics and personalized customer service with faster cycle times, which can lead to a happier customer base. Join us for the fourth webinar of our M&D Digital Transformation Series.
Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Explain the benefits and drawbacks of various WMS tracking methods
- Generate an awareness of areas for potential growth
- Discuss planning to implement new technology in their organization