Technology for everything from goods-in to delivery.

Increasing your bottom line may very well depend on how well your supply chain operates.

Servicing clients with efficiency gains greater throughput for your operation, which leads you to greater profits. Manufacturing supply chains within the aerospace, automotive, chemicals, or even durable goods industries, have unique challenges in how components need to be tracked, sorted, picked, and shipped. Factory planning and sequencing also play into optimizing your operations — not to mention labor.

Having a robust WMS (warehouse management system) at your fingertips can help give you the visibility you need to manage profits and run operations smoothly.

Optimizing your supply chain is easy when you implement the right WMS supply chain software solution.

With WAMAS®, you can manage every aspect of your distribution process and warehouse. Your WMS software needs to provide accurate flowcasting, inventory levels, on-demand fulfillment, tracing capabilities, and transportation management.

WAMAS handles all this, while also:

  • Forecasting early disruptions based on historical ordering, inventory supplies, and material lead times
  • Creating visibility across multiple manufacturing locations
  • Displaying key performance indicators via real-time, custom dashboards with executive alerts

With an increased cost for labor and talent scare, automation is becoming increasingly favorable. Choosing a software that can easily scale with your business from manual to semi-automated to completely automated software for your warehouse operations means choosing the right WMS system.

As markets continue to change, you will need to set priorities for the future.

According to Kronos and a collaborative research effort with Industry Week, here are the top technology investment priorities based on revenue growth expectations.


  • Enhanced data availability
  • Enhanced collaboration with customers and suppliers
  • Enhanced market intelligence
  • Higher productivity
  • Real-time availability of critical business information


  • Higher productivity
  • More effective customer communication
  • Enhanced employee engagement
  • Faster responsiveness to customer orders and requests
  • More effective strategic execution


  • Higher productivity
  • Reduced time to market
  • Faster responsiveness to customer orders and requests
  • Enhanced production flexibility
  • Deeper knowledge of customer preferences