Global Warehouse Management Systems Market 2010-2014
What does WMS stand for?
WMS stands for Warehouse Management System
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 203 other meanings of WMS in our Acronym Attic
- Wallace McHarg Roberts and Todd, LLC (Philadelphia, PA)
- Western Maryland Rail Trail
- Whispered Modified Rhyme Test (speech)
- Wollongong Music Round Table (Australia)
- World Mountain Running Trophy (New Zealand)
- Water Management Research Unit (USDA)
- William Marsh Rice University (aka Rice University; Houston, TX)
- Western Maryland Railway
- Waikato Management School (New Zealand)
- Wall Mount Shelf
- Warrant management System (law enforcement)
- Wartime Material Support
- Warwick Medical School (UK)
- Washington Manufacturing Services
- Washington Middle School (Olympia/Seattle, WA)
- Waste Management Solutions (UK)
- Waste Management System
- Wasting Marmoset Syndrome
- Water Management Strategy
- Water Management System
Samples in periodicals archive:
UPG's investment in the new warehouse management system is being funded with proceeds from the Company's December 2006 IPO.
The "Go-Kit" supports a scaleable framework for easy expansion to IWS' robust warehouse management system for detailed level POD and upstream warehousing functions that can support existing day-to-day operations, including maintaining inventories by funding source, program and more.
The report(1), assessing the warehouse management systems products available to retail supply chains, found that best-of-breed providers dominate the category "with Manhattan Associates at the top of the list.
Its award-winning IRMS Warehouse Management System delivers lowest cost-of-ownership applications that are rapidly implemented and easily integrated with all enterprise applications.
CHICAGO -- Navis, a global leader in enterprise software solutions for supply chain execution, launched SmartTurn(TM) Warehouse Management System (WMS) today at DC Expo.
in the leaders quadrant of the 2006 Warehouse Management Systems Magic Quadrant(i) report.
3) Greg Aimi, AMR Research, The 2005 AMR Research Warehouse Management System Selection Guide; October 2005