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Only visible to XING members North America expected to lead the warehouse management system market worth 3.23 Billion USD by 2023
The warehouse management system market was valued at USD 1.32 Billion in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 3.23 Billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 14.1% between 2017 and 2023.
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Factors anticipated to drive the growth of the market include emergence of multi-channel distribution networks, growth of the e-commerce industry, increased adoption of on-cloud WMS solutions, and globalization of supply chain networks.
North America is one of the key growth regions in the warehouse management system market. Increased adoption of cloud technology, growth of the e-commerce industry, highly developed warehousing infrastructure, and extensive third-party distribution network are influencing the growth of the warehouse management system market in North America.
Key players operating in the warehouse management system market include Epicor Software Corp. (US), JDA Software Group, Inc. (US), Manhattan Associates, Inc. (US), Oracle Corp. (US), SAP SE (Germany), IBM Corp. (US), Infor, Inc. (US), PTC Inc. (US), PSI AG (Germany), TECSYS Inc. (Canada), BluJay Solutions (UK), and HighJump (US).
Priyanka Gawande Data Warehouse Management Software Industry Is Predicted To Witness Rapid Growth in Global Market!!!
Exponential gain in data volume, growth in demand for business intelligence & analytics, and rise in prominence of open source & low cost data warehousing resulted in growth of the global data warehouse management software market. In addition, IT upgrades in emerging economies created new opportunities in the industry.
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Only visible to XING members Who is going to SAP Supply Chain Conference 2015 in Darmstadt?
With only a week to go, we are pleased to reveal a sneak peek into our attendee list for the International SAP Conference for Supply Chain which is co-located with the PLM and Manufacturing conferences this year.
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With a fantastic line up of speakers and business-focused case studies, this event is a must-attend for leading organizations looking to strategically simplify and transform their supply chain to meet the demands of the future.
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Take your final opportunity to secure your seat. We hope to see you in Darmstadt!
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Industries that have a requirement to track their product movements via batches, whether it is legislated or based on a need for mature supply chain economics, find it difficult to perform these tasks in an efficient manner. Why the inefficiency?
1. They battle to track batches, serial numbers or handling units / packages across the various disparate systems that are involved in the supply chain. (...)
2. They have no easy way to view the upstream products, suppliers and customers impacted by a defective batch (bottom up view). (...)
3. Inconsistent, inaccurate or missing data (...)
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