Published July 27, 2023
A warehouse management system can function somewhat like a brain – communicating across an organization to keep things humming. With such a high-profile role, and in the midst of rapid technological and industry evolutions, selecting a system may seem overwhelming. This month, Material Handling Network spoke with experts about the latest developments regarding warehouse management systems and the best approaches for narrowing down what is right for each operation.
At Tompkins Solutions, Tom Singer recommended conducting a requirements-based selection process to identify a WMS solution tailored to unique needs and operations. “Factors such as operational complexity, order profiles, size, and industry type will all influence the WMS selection,” said Singer, Principal at Tompkins.