Executive Briefings

Three Areas Where Warehouse Efficiency Can Improve the Supply Chain

Almost 25 years after the rise of warehouse management solutions to drive increased customer service levels, there still remain a significant number of Tier 1 distribution-intensive companies that continue to use manual processes to support a growing demand on the warehouse.

There are major facilities – with warehouses in excess of a million square feet – that have not yet taken advantage of productivity and accuracy driven by an integrated, extended supply chain.

With B2C setting the standard, B2B is at the point where it can take outcomes from B2C to drive significant improvements in productivity.

There are three areas where increased warehouse efficiencies are driving supply chain improvements in 2015.

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There are major facilities – with warehouses in excess of a million square feet – that have not yet taken advantage of productivity and accuracy driven by an integrated, extended supply chain.

With B2C setting the standard, B2B is at the point where it can take outcomes from B2C to drive significant improvements in productivity.

There are three areas where increased warehouse efficiencies are driving supply chain improvements in 2015.

Read Full Article