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January 17, 2013 Topics: Media, News

“Despite their importance, successful implementation of warehouse management systems (WMS) is seldom fully realized in highly automated distribution centers. This is evident in the many WMS implementations of new and upgraded distribution centers that are not adequately functional or fully utilized by staff—in some cases even years after they were targeted to be completed. It is also evident in the excessive cost overruns caused by WMS projects that were not properly planned or executed.”

To check out the rest of Jeff Graves' article in the January issue of Material Handling and Logistics News click here.

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