Selecting Warehouse Software from WMS and ERP Providers
Industrial Data & Information, Incorporated (IDII), Oct 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 168 pages
In-depth knowledge covering warehousing software differences, prevalent functionality deficiencies, best-of-breed WMS versus ERP functions, project success tips, project failure avoidance tips, how to build a request for proposal (RFP), and the 7 Steps for the proper software selection process. In addition - a solid directory of software companies is included.This publication is intended for those who are searching for warehousing software, also known as Warehouse Management System (WMS) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). The author conveys detailed integrator knowledge ¿ to raise your ¿knowledge level¿ which results in better understanding, questions, process re-engineering, and implementations. Through this publication, one may have great confidence in asking the right questions and knowing what one is investing in.
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First Step in your WMS Selection ProjectUser Review - System Integrator - Borders
"This book should be the first step in your WMS project. ...Not only does the author cover standard functionality of WMS, he takes it a step further by pointing out "Differentiators" and "Common ... Read full review