- WMS (0.09 MB)
• Jury points to particularly high customer benefit
• Great usablility
• Effortless data exchange with all conventional host and ERP systems
The Jungheinrich Warehouse Management System (WMS) has been chosen as the “Best Factory Software of 2018” by the Industry 4.0 Research and Application Centre at the University of Potsdam. From a total of 30 systems nominated, a jury made up of scientists and logistics industry representatives selected Jungheinrich’s warehouse management software as the winner in the “Logistics” category.
The Jungheinrich WMS system won over the jurors above all due to its particularly high customer benefits and easy integration into existing software structures. According to Markus Skof, Vice President for Warehouse Management Solutions at Jungheinrich: “Digitalisation and connectivity are the levers to make logistics processes more efficient. Jungheinrich is both a logistics system provider and a software supplier in one. The Jungheinrich WMS supports our customers in the transition towards a digitalised warehouse 4.0, enabling any company –whether it is a global player or a small or medium-sized enterprise – to connect its processes profitably and manage them perfectly, thus ensuring their profitability and future viability. We offer individual solutions that are always tailored to the specific needs of the warehouse in question – whether manual, semi-automated or fully automated.
The Jungheinrich WMS is a mature platform that is being continuously enhanced. It is always forward compatible and grows in line with the client’s market requirements. Thanks to its modularity, it can be perfectly customised and as a result adapts flexibly to future changes. For us, the efficient and error-free functioning of the software is of prime importance. Quick learnability and easy operation are essential. That is why our approach with the Jungheinrich WMS is that, while a networked system may be complex, it must not be complicated.”
About Jungheinrich WMS
The Jungheinrich Warehouse Management System manages, controls and optimises the entire internal material flows within a warehouse, ensuring sustainable, efficient processes on a cross-industry basis. For more than 20 years, Jungheinrich's software and logistics experts have been continuously developing their warehouse management software based on the latest intralogistics trends. Due to the modular structure and multidimensional configuration model of the Jungheinrich WMS, it is easily adaptable to changes in the warehouse.
As the customer grows, the Jungheinrich software grows with them. Interfaces guarantee easy data exchange and secure communication with all conventional host and ERP systems. In this manner, the Jungheinrich WMS adapts to customer requirements, not vice versa. Thanks to its forward compatibility, the Jungheinrich WMS remains continually release and update-capable. Jungheinrich guarantees its customers the ability to switch to the latest version at any time.
Sabine Manrique, Head of Technical Sales Jungheinrich-WMS, Christiane Pilz, Portfolio Manager Jungheinrich System Solutions, Prof. dr. Norbert Gronau, Chair of Business Informatics, esp. Processes and Systems University of Potsdam
Founded in 1953, Jungheinrich ranks among the world’s leading providers of intralogistics solutions. With a comprehensive portfolio of material handling equipment, logistics systems and services, Jungheinrich is able to offer customers customised solutions for the greatest challenges posed by Industry 4.0. The Hamburg-based Group is represented worldwide in 39 countries with its own direct sales companies and in more than 80 other countries through partner companies.
Jungheinrich employs more than 16,000 people worldwide and generated consolidated net sales of €3.1 billion in 2017. The Jungheinrich share is listed on the MDAX. Visit our website for more products and solutions at www.jungheinrich.co.za