Robocom Systems Continues to Invest in Warehouse Management Solutions for the Third Party Logistics Industry

Feb 26, 2013

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. and MARKHAM, Ontario — Robocom Systems International announced today the release of the latest version of their R-WMS.net Warehouse Management System with enhanced functionality for Third Party Logistic companies. This release enhances the already rich functionality in R-WMS.net to address the operational needs of multi-tenant and multi-warehouse Third Party Logistics providers.  R-WMS.net is built as an innovative Software Solution that can be deployed using traditional implementation methods or as a Software as a Service (SaaS) application. 

Bryan Wright, Vice President of Robocom, stated "Third Party Logistics companies have very complex inventory tracking requirements along with the need to have flexible and configurable process flows for each of their customers.  Robocom understands the demands these requirements place on a Third Party Logistics business. We continue to invest in our warehouse management solution to address the needs of the 3PL Industry."  Wright also indicated that functionality to enhance the Billing engine and Receiving options are key areas of focus in this release.

The R-WMS.net Billing module allows Third Party Logistics providers to capture warehouse activity associated with providing services to customers, generates invoices to customers based on those activities and has touch points for integration with accounting packages. The Billing module is fully integrated with R-WMS.net, but can also be used as a standalone solution or integrated with other warehouse management systems.

"R-WMS.net has been designed and developed to address the needs of the Third Party Logistics industry since its inception," says Fred Radcliffe, Robocom President. "We work closely with 3PL leaders to ensure that R-WMS.net meets both the current and future industry requirements of multi-client and multi-warehouse 3PL operations."

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