With wearable technology all the rage for businesses, it may soon be possible for warehouse workers to use it to significantly boost efficiency.
Most companies have used some form of WMS for years, but they will need to carefully plan implementation of next-gen platforms when they want to upgrade.
As WMS investment ramps up industrywide, logistics companies have to look at how their options will work with all their existing technologies.
As WMS technologies continue to evolve and diversify, there are plenty of investment issues for warehouse executives to consider.
As warehousing work ramps up nationwide, more companies turn to the latest tech - including WMS - to ensure their operations are as efficient as possible.
Having the ability to accurately assess inventory on a regular basis is vital for any manufacturer or warehouse to operate at peak efficiency.
WMS platforms are constantly evolving, and companies must now assess their current requirements as well as what their needs will be further down the road.
Warehouses and factories are wise to take small steps to increase their overall efficiency before they make bigger, costlier leaps.
There are two keys to selecting the right warehouse management system: increased efficiency and getting a quick return on investment.