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RedPrairie behoudt positie als marktleider voor Warehouse Management systems


RedPrairie is opnieuw benoemd tot marktleider op het gebied van warehouse management systemen in Europa, het Midden-Oosten en Afrika door ARC Advisory Group (Bericht in Engels).

Stokenchurch, UK – RedPrairie Corporation, a productivity software provider, is again ranked as the leading supplier of Warehouse Management Systems in Europe, Middle East & Africa by ARC Advisory Group.

The Warehouse Management Systems Worldwide Outlook report published by ARC Advisory Group offers analysis and forecast of the global Warehouse Management marketplace and solution providers. The report highlights that RedPrairie saw revenue growth of almost 25 percent in a year when the total market for Warehouse Management shrank.

Steve Banker, Director Supply Chain Management at ARC Advisory Group, says in the report: “RedPrairie recognizes that selling WMS is not just about the WMS solution. Today, companies across all industries and revenue levels understand WMS is just part of the greater need to optimize supply chains end-to-end, incorporating other application areas which in RedPrairie’s case includes workforce management, transportation management, performance analytics, and collaboration portals integrated to back office ERP applications. RedPrairie´s success, in large measure, reflects its ability to provide comprehensive, differentiated Supply Chain Execution solutions for companies with more complex distribution challenges.”

Martin Hiscox, President & Managing Director International at RedPrairie says: “Our product and service teams work very hard to continually improve our software and implementation approach in order to give customers new ways to create efficiency within their warehouses. I am very proud that this effort is reflected in a market leadership position. We are adding further value to our customers´ supply chains through solutions for yard management, slotting optimisation, duty management, workforce management, and transportation management.”


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