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Benefits of Choosing a Cloud-Based WMS

Choosing a Warehouse Management System (WMS) can be difficult, there are many factors to consider when finding the right solution for your company. There are many different solutions on the market, but cloud-based options often stand out from the crowd, and for many great reasons. Here are 6 key benefits of choosing a cloud-based WMS over other available choices.

Saas-based Pricing Models
Designing, developing, and deploying your own software is an incredible expense and one that many companies simply cannot afford. Utilizing a cloud-based WMS allows you to purchase the use of the software based on Software-As-A-Service pricing, which is much cheaper than creating your own.

More traditional solutions can often seem stifling as they are limited in SKUs and other factors. Cloud-based solutions often have much higher, or non-existent limits, making it easy for your cloud-based solution to scale with your business.

Many cloud-based warehouse management systems are actually a combination of warehouse execution systems and warehouse control systems. By choosing a multi-functional cloud-based product, you eliminate the need for two separate costs to run the other programs.

E-Commerce and Omnichannel Benefits
Traditional systems can have a lot of downtimes, especially during off- or non-business hours. Cloud-based WMS have significantly reduced downtime and disruptions, making it easier to service your e-commerce or omnichannel customers.

Enhanced Cybersecurity
Cloud-based solutions rely on incredible cybersecurity because of the nature of their business. As such, this industry has invested heavily in improving cybersecurity. By utilizing a cloud-based system, you can take advantage of this investment without additional costs, and improve your overall security.

Eliminate the Burden of Updates
Software can be difficult to update and maintain. By using a cloud-based WMS, this responsibility falls with the vendor instead of you. This means you can focus on what you do best, and leave the IT and support to the software company.

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