Target the most appropriate WMSs for your operations by evaluating nine critical capabilities across five different use cases that are based on the varying complexities and sophistication of warehouse operations. Supply chain technology leaders can use this research to compare specific WMS products.
What You Need to Know
- Critical Capabilities Use-Case Graphics
- Blue Yonder
- Generix Group (Generix WMS)
- Generix Group (SOLOCHAIN)
- Körber (K.Motion Warehouse Advantage)
- Körber (K.Motion Warehouse Edge)
- Manhattan Associates (Manhattan SCALE)
- Manhattan Associates (WMOS)
- Reply (Click Reply)
- Reply (LEA Reply)
- Synergy Logistics
- Product/Service Class Definition
- Critical Capabilities Definition
- Core WMS
- Extended WMS
- Implementation Tools
- Supporting Technologies
- Materials Handling Integration
- Use Cases
- Level 1 Warehouse Operation
- Level 2 Warehouse Operation
- Level 3 Warehouse Operation
- Level 4 Warehouse Operation
- Level 5 Warehouse Operation
- Vendors Added and Dropped
- Critical Capabilities Rating
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