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This gives iWMS access to the best resources and IT talent globally enabling us to ensure that the right level of experience is available for all projects at any given time. Multilayer enjoyed a smooth implementation and the iWMS team facilitated a successful, painless go-live. All activities are controlled by the WMS, which exposes real-time inventory, order status, and shipping information to supervisors. In addition, handheld computers now guide warehouse workers along the most efficient pick paths and directed put-away rules ensure every item is in the right location. The group manages high-quality, modern warehousing space across its locations, providing storage, distribution and operational solutions to some of the largest retailers in the region. The company needed a WMS that offered full visibility into its inventory during its entire journey through the supply chain. Traditional supply chain solutions — siloed, complex and hard-to-implement — no longer suffice, as competitors find ways to deliver goods faster and more profitably.

We needed the WMS to give us inventory visibility so we could service our customers in whatever manner they required. Our customers deserve the best service we can provide at the best price. For logistics executives, effectively meeting buyer needs has become a relentless quest for speed and agility. In almost every industry, buyers are becoming fickler, and more demanding. Soon after implementation, Multilayer saw measurable improvements in real-time inventory control, operating efficiency, and administrative costs. Multilayer enjoyed a smooth implementation and the iWMS team facilitated a successful, painless go-live. This gives iWMS access to the best resources and IT talent globally enabling us to ensure that the right level of experience is available for all projects at any given time.

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This gives iWMS access to the best resources and IT talent globally enabling us to ensure that the right level of experience is available for all projects at any given time.

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Multilayer also values the constraints built into the WMS to prevent users from overriding the system or taking shortcuts. Soon after implementation, Multilayer saw measurable improvements in real-time inventory control, operating efficiency, and administrative costs. Multilayer Trading is an independently-owned third-party logistics 3PL provider operating in South Africa.

All activities are controlled by the WMS, which exposes real-time inventory, order status, and shipping information to supervisors. For more information, visit http: In almost every industry, buyers are becoming fickler, and more demanding.

These capabilities empowered Multilayer to add more customers and manage the larger volumes moving through its warehouse. We needed the WMS to give us inventory visibility so we could service our customers in whatever manner they required. Our customers deserve the best service we can provide at the stucy price. Multilayer did not have a warehouse management system WMS in place and found it increasingly difficult to manage its growing volumes manually.

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The group manages high-quality, modern warehousing space across its locations, providing storage, distribution and operational solutions to some of the largest retailers in the region.

For logistics executives, effectively meeting buyer needs has become a relentless quest for speed and agility. En En De Fr.

That resulted in improved productivity across all areas of the warehouse. The company needed a WMS that offered full visibility into its inventory during its entire journey through the supply chain.

Traditional supply chain solutions — siloed, complex and hard-to-implement — no longer suffice, as competitors find ways to deliver iwmms faster and more profitably.

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Multilayer enjoyed a smooth implementation and the iWMS team facilitated a successful, painless go-live. In addition, handheld computers now guide warehouse workers along the most efficient pick paths and directed put-away rules ensure every item is in the right location.