Norwell, MA, August 14, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- To-Increase, a provider of retail and Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) built on Microsoft Dynamics technology, shares the key business considerations for running an effective warehouse environment. These considerations are at the top of the list for any warehouse professional’s checklist.
For each type of system, both warehouse management system and ERP system, there are decision makers who weigh the benefits and costs of each. Although somewhat similar, each type of system does require different personnel to ask the questions and sign on the dotted line.
“Decisions for a warehouse management system vs. an ERP system vary and sometimes, it takes different personnel to make the call on the purchase. Each must run the numbers and competitive analysis on what will work best for their own business, warehouse management system or ERP," writes Guido van Osch, Global Industry Director, To-Increase.
Van Osch continues to share the players in each decision process, including:
For warehouse management systems - Supply Chain Manager or Logistics Manager do all the heavy lifting decisions, with backing from the CFO or Finance Manager.
For ERP systems - These are the CFO and CEO, with the Supply Chain Manager and other personnel supporting the decision.
To read more on the different decisions between warehouse management and ERP systems, visit the To-Increase blog: http://blog.to-increase.com/key-business-considerations-for-a-warehouse-environment/
As a global ISV and Microsoft Gold Certified partner, To-Increase develops solutions for industry verticals, including highly specific Industrial Equipment Manufacturing, retail, wholesale, construction, distribution, and professional services segments. We offer end-to-end solutions built on Microsoft Dynamics AX and Microsoft Dynamics NAV, along with a wide range of business integration and add-on software for Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM solutions. We also develop e-Con, the leading sales and product configurator for Microsoft Dynamics. To-Increase has been recognized as the Microsoft Dynamics Outstanding ISV of the year for both 2009 and 2010, and has been a member of the Microsoft President’s Club and Inner Circle for three consecutive years. Our solutions are delivered worldwide through a network of highly trained partners.
Company Web Site: http://www.to-increase.com