Factors such as the rise of e-commerce, the growing demand for rapid delivery and the move to smaller distribution centers, combined with the ongoing labor shortage, are dramatically transforming the face of the supply chain sector.
However, as companies invest in new automation and tools to mitigate labor challenges and make warehouses more efficient, single point integrations can prolong onboarding time and slow growth. Integrating all components to yield the anticipated value is difficult and time-consuming.
Automation addresses a number of these issues, but individual systems can have competing objectives and often operate in separate silos, oblivious to the bigger operational picture within the warehouse. These various devices and systems can only be truly effective when working in an integrated manner. So, what if there was an integrated, holistic solution that can be deployed rapidly, seamlessly, cost effectively and
with minimum disruption?
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