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Warehouse management systems (WMS) are best described as the advanced technology and operating processes that optimize all warehousing functions. These functions typically begin with receipts from suppliers and end with shipments to customers, and include all inventory movements and information flows in between. Warehouse management systems have typically been associated with larger, more complex distribution operations. Small, non-complex distribution facilities have historically not been viewed as candidates to significantly streamline operations and reduce costs.
However, even smaller and midsize companies are increasingly recognizing the significance of warehouse management systems in today's environment of integrated logistics, just-in-time delivery, and e-commerce fulfillment. Some of the factors supporting the growth of the market include the emergence of e-commerce and increased technological investment in developing regions such as Asia Pacific, high demand from the health care sector, increasing awareness of cloud based warehouse management systems, and surge in demand for warehouse management integrated with RFID technology.
The impact of these and other macro-micro economic factors has been analyzed while developing the market growth models. The report highlights the adoption of Warehouse Management Systems market in Asia Pacific. Based on the Component, the Warehouse Management Market is segmented into Software and Services segment. Based on the Deployment, the market is bifurcated into On-Premise and Cloud-based segments. According to the Types, the Warehouse Management Market is segmented into Consulting, System Integration and Operations & Maintenance segments.
Based on Industry, the market is segmented into Automotive, Electronics, Food & Beverages, Transportation & logistics, Pharmaceutical, and Other segments. The countries included in the report are China, Japan, India, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia and Rest of Asia Pacific. Key players profiled in the report include HighJump Software, TECSYS, Infor, JDA Software, Manhattan Associates, Logfire, Softeon, Interlink, Oracle and SAP.