9 Benefits to a Software as a Service WMS

| Brian Barry

Software as a Service (SaaS) and cloud-based computing has made Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) affordable for many small- and medium-sized companies. Here are 9 benefits to installing SaaS vs. on-premise based applications, and 4 downside risks to watch out for.

More Than One-Third of Warehouses Not Using WMS

| Mike O'Brien

Despite its many advantages, WMS software is not in use at nearly 35% of distribution and fulfillment center operations, according to a survey by the Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC). See what other technology preferences and investment plans were cited by operations professionals.

8 Benefits to Accurate SKU Dimensions, Weights in Your Warehouse

| Brian Barry

Without accurate SKU dimensions and weights for each item in their warehouse, companies struggle to provide basic data for slotting, better capacity planning and if necessary, full truckload or LTL planning, paying more than is necessary in freight costs. Here are 8 steps to better SKU dimensioning in your operations.

13 Steps to a Successful WMS Selection

| Brian Barry

Warehouse management systems (WMS) have become more affordable even for small-to-medium-sized ecommerce businesses thanks to the growth in subscription, cloud and Software as a Service (SaaS) models. But you need to apply a rigorous methodology to select the right system. Here are 13 steps that will help you select the best WMS to meet your current and future ecommerce fulfillment needs.

Storage and Inventory Control Best Practices

| Kate Vitasek

Storage and inventory control processes include the activities related to holding material and the processes of counting and transacting the material as it moves through the warehouse. Discover ways to make your warehouse more efficient for your company.