Warehouse Management Software (WMS) ensures the entirety of tasks are performed to meet customer demand and fulfil orders, from picking merchandise off the warehouse shelf to packing, loading and shipments of product. It is smoothly and efficiently orchestrated by Modern WMS and is flexible, adaptive and capable of being integrated with logistics equipment and operations serving a vast variety of industries including aviation, general manufacturing, information technology, beverage, perishable produce, retail and many more. Best of all, it is customisable to fit the needs of distribution management and workers in many different warehouse settings.


Using a sweeping, all-embracing internet-based architecture; modern WMS has the adaptive capability of becoming the nerve center of any warehouse distribution operation. In part this is because it can combines radio frequency and barcode technology with order, spreadsheet and shipping software in addition to robotic automation equipment. At every step in the WMS-enhanced supply distribution chain is eminently customisable. This flexibility of application is great for any wholesale distributor facing material handling challenges in such disparate industries as automotive, consumer packaging, computers, publishing, pharmaceuticals, and electronics.

No matter what product is being shipped, WMS enables warehouse managers and personnel to tighten control key operational areas. This boosts productivity, cuts costs and, most important of all, promotes customer satisfaction. Specifically, WMS incorporates the requisite tools by which to increase inventory tracking accuracy and efficiency, it streamlines interfacing with customer labelling schematics through utilisation of Zebra and Intermec barcode printers to create whatever customised labels may be required.

Tailoring functionality includes low-cost end-user-controlled upgrades that are easily handled on-site when required. Efficiency out on the warehouse floor is also enhanced by being customisable by virtue of the fact that it can integrate with the functions of conveyor belts, weigh scales and other equipment.

How it can help

In today’s intensely competitive global economy, any distribution business with multiply-located warehouse facilities (or very large singly-located ones) must utilise WMS as an essential component of its unified inventory tracking system. It is a fundamental benefit in a fast-paced business because it enhances the ability of managers and employees to, with the click of a mouse or touch of a keyboard, ascertain where, exactly product they require is located. Transference is as easily executable and, in addition, remote control helps reduce loss of inventory due to embezzlement or petty theft. It also helps ensure that a warehouse operation can maintain an effective balance between being overstocked with excess inventory (which can be crucial for warehouse operations of companies dealing in perishables such as fruits and vegetables), and not being stocked with enough product on hand to meet customer demand.

In summary, an up-to-date WMS software is as indispensable to a consistently successful warehouse operation as a fork-lift truck.