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2011 Warehouse Management RFP Template

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Created by leading supply chain consultants, this WMS RFP template is the end result of intensive research with hundreds of logistics professionals. Require all vendors to prove the value of their solutions BEFORE you make a buying decision.




January 04, 2011

The decision to purchase a warehouse management system (WMS) is a critical initiative for your company’s success. The 2011 WMS RFP Template empowers you to objectively grade prospective vendors on the solutions they offer—and the positive or negative impact those solutions may have on your operations.

There are several worksheets included in this document, each providing detailed best practices information compiled from surveys and interviews with hundreds of logistics professionals and consultants across a variety of industries.

Once you’ve completed this tool, you will be empowered to determine any prospective WMS solution’s breadth and depth of functionality, as well as its flexibility to meet your specific needs. To avoid unexpected delays and unbudgeted costs in the future, it is critical to know this information before you purchase any solution.


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