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CARQUEST, a leading North American supplier to the vast automotive aftermarket industry, selects the HighJump warehouse management system (WMS) because of its flexibility to meet changing requirements and is also scalable to support a multi-site rollout.
Online grocer Coborns Delivers achieves an optimized, growth-oriented supply chain with the HighJump warehouse management system (WMS).
Furniture manufacturer and retailer increased productivity and expanded globally with the HighJump Supply Chain Advantage Suite.
National franchise experiences improved efficiency and accuracy with the HighJump warehouse management system
The adaptability of the HighJump WMS empowers QBP staff to make changes to the system without outside assistance.
Retail department store chain The Bon Ton Stores cites cost of ownership, cost of operation, and scalability as the biggest benefits of the HighJump warehouse management system (WMS). The company increased productivity and throughput since implementing the software.
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Why an adaptable WMS is indispensable in today's omni-channel retail supply chain
An increasing number of businesses are choosing to replace their ineffective WMS. These businesses often seek this change because they have hit a ceiling with their current system—either their software is no longer being supported, is difficult to retrieve data from, or it simply doesn't meet their current needs.
There are a lot of questions and some confusion about making the switch from a homegrown warehouse management system (WMS) to a best-of-breed model. From maintenance to cost to proprietary technology and market advantages, companies with a homegrown WMS may be wary of implementing a new system. But here’s the bottom line: a highly configurable, best-of-breed WMS will save you money, time and give you a greater competitive edge. Below are the top three myths surrounding the homegrown WMS versus best-of-breed
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