Comprehensive research survey conducted by Inbound Logistics names Warehouse Management System SphereWMS in the Top 100 Logistics IT providers offering solutions designed to meet supply chain challenges.
LITTLETON, CO – April 27th, 2016 - Inbound Logistics conducted an extensive survey of over 400 companies and named SphereWMS in its Top 100 List for Logistic IT Providers that are leading the way in the industry.
The April 2016 issue of Inbound Logistics allows IT buyers and users to see profiles of the Top 100 providers, allowing buyers to have a better idea of what’s happening in the industry. SphereWMS was named primarily for its variety of industries served, its vertical specialization, and its logistics solutions.
Mike Mullane, the CEO of SphereWMS, said, “For the second year in a row we are honored to be named by Inbound Logistics as a Top 100 Logistics IT Provider. SphereWMS is constantly striving to develop new and innovative warehouse management solutions that bring value to our clients and their bottom line.”
Inbound Logistics wrote, “[We] were particularly looking for IT vendors that provide core logistics, supply chain and transportation solutions, and offer clear-cut evidence of delivering ROI.” SphereWMS is proud to stand for the second year in a row with the other companies named in this prestigious list of IT providers.
SphereWMS (www.spherewms.com) is a leading cloud based Warehouse Management System (WMS) for 3PLs, Distributors, Fulfillment, eCommerce and retail warehouses. The SphereWMS warehouse management solution provides real-time visibility and powerful reporting tools to all stakeholders in the supply chain. Mobile access is critical in today’s untethered world and a key component of the SphereWMS solution. The system simplifies the management of complex order and inventory business processes, making it easy for logistics providers to manage multi-client and multi-site warehouses. It is Software as a Service (SaaS) designed for the way logistics providers work. SphereWMS will have you up and running in days, not months.
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Inbound Logistics (www.inboundlogistics.com) produced its first issue in 1981 to promote the idea of aligning business by better matching supply to demand, and speeding and reducing inventory. Through its educational mission and its passionate staff, Inbound Logistics became the informational change agent for reinventing supply chain processes, and a catalyst for this new overall approach to business operations. For three decades, Inbound Logistics went from an outsider to an information leader.