In the distribution center, ensuring the reliability of the operation; allow the control of inventories; of the information; increase productivity; competitiveness; and interconnection with other systems, are some of the functions of the WMS (Warehouse Management System).

There are on the market hundreds of suppliers of this type of software; in some cases, some companies have developed their own application; each company has its own needs, capacities and policies and can opt for a particular type of solution; however, the most recommended is a known WMS (Warehouse Management System), whether of international or local recognition; this presupposes that the supplier must show a valid technology with projection and with real local support and an infrastructure that guarantees the customer that such supplier will remain in the market for a long time, as otherwise will have unexpected expenses from operational chaos and from software and work methodologies replacements. Therefore, the WMS (Warehouse Management System) is a proved functional tool, but it requires a good team, a good implementation and good support.

On the other hand, there is the possibility of the WMS on demand, also called clouding or Saas, in these, the application resides on a server of the supplier who handles its updates for a pre agreed monthly fee, operating the system via web. G.I.Eicom* integrates complete systems that may or not include the WMS, our experience with leading global providers of WMS (Warehouse Management System) enables us to easily interact with them.

Whether it is a system that includes a proprietary software or any of the recognized brands, G.I.Eicom* harmonizes all components, technologies, software and concepts so that your investment will yield today and forever; our consultants are attentive to your needs and will help you to select and implement highly efficient systems, in coordination with your WMS (Warehouse Management System).

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