13 Nov 2020


Why now is the time for cloud-based warehouse management

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Even when your warehouse operations appear to be running smoothly, change and disruption are constant battles that supply chains must fight. Black swan events, emerging technology, new regulations, and shifts in consumer demand have created an increased need for “always up-to-date” functionality. While steps can be taken to mitigate risk, when changes occur it’s still up to you and your team to adjust and ensure new warehouse capabilities are implemented quickly.

If your organization previously reviewed, dismissed, or put off moving your WMS to the cloud, it’s time to reevaluate. Decisions that seemed to make sense last year or even last quarter, likely look very different through today’s lens. With business models drastically changing and uncertainty lingering in every corner, what if you could offload critical IT responsibility to an organization you trust to manage it all for you?

By moving your warehouse management system to a cloud software-as-a-service (SaaS) model, experts who are contractually committed to ensuring your business continuity are shouldering that burden. Not only can you remove that task and worry from your list, but when an unexpected event of some kind inevitably occurs, you will be well-equipped with the necessary functionality to manage the disruption. But also, with that shift of responsibility, your team can focus additional time on other strategic supply chain initiatives with higher business value.

By moving your mission critical WMS from an on-premise enterprise infrastructure to the cloud, you can avoid potentially devastating business impacts while simultaneously optimizing your warehouse operations. With cloud connectivity, you can ensure access to key stakeholders from anywhere in the world. With these tools in hand, you can rest easy knowing your warehouse network possesses the visibility and resiliency needed to adapt quickly to sudden shifts in demand and keep your customers happy.

To learn more about how you can drive operational excellence in the warehouse, checkout the complete best practices guide.

 

 

 

 








 

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