Warehouse
management
systems development

The warehouse is a key link in the logistical infrastructure of any modern enterprise. We develop warehouse IT systems that increase operational profitability, automate unique business processes that are not included in standard solutions, implement complex integration with the existing equipment and software, and ensure maximum performance and stability.

Warehouse management systems development
Discontent is the first
necessity of progress
T. Edison
Examples of business development models, where custom development is cost-effective
Understanding the economy of constraints

When a company discovers bottlenecks in its warehouse process automation that repeatedly force its employees to expend unnecessary time and effort, it becomes possible to analyze the cost of constraints in labor that does not create value. This figure then scales to the number of employees and transactions performed, and can represent a significant burden on the business that serves to justify the development of an IT system that takes into account all of its individual characteristics.

Focus on innovation

For companies whose business model is based on the rapid adaptation of new practices and testing hypotheses that increase competitiveness, having their own WMS development project opens up the most flexible opportunities for introducing new functionality.

Precursors of the need for change
Warehouse management systems development

Out-of-the-box WMS solution

Warehouse management systems development

Modification of an existing
out-of-the-box solution

Warehouse management systems development

Implementation of your
own system to order

The timing and complexity of implementation of the new necessary functions are unknown.
The manufacturer may refuse to fulfill the needs of a local market.
Out-of-the-box solutions with standard functionality are available for all market players.
The out-of-the-box solution is by definition “one size fits all” and does not take into account the individual characteristics of a specific business.
A box solution does not allow changing processes tied to a fixed WMS functionality.
Loss of technical support and vendor guarantees.
Migrating custom elements can either be expensive or impossible. These factors increase the total cost of ownership of the system to an unpredictable degree.
Control of implementation time and costs.
The ability to test new features under real-world conditions.
The ability to quickly bring new functionality to market.
The ability to customize a WMS for yourself, while not cutting your processes for software.
Understanding exactly what functionality is required to improve efficiency and assess the costs of using inconvenient software enables ROI to be calculated prior to the start of development.
Infrastructure for seamless scalability and future upgrades.
The need to embed WMS into the company IT ecosystem
Even the most flexible out-of-the-box solution sooner or later exhausts its reserves of adaptability, while changing market conditions and the natural development of the company lead to the emergence of new business priorities, and more demanding requirements are thrust upon the software. Since the IT ecosystem of a company consists of many components, successful implementation of these new requirements often depends on the quality of integration and interaction between its different parts.
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  • Optimization of warehouse space
Internet of Things (IoT)

RFID tags for item counting and space configuration, Beacon technology to collect information and track the state and movement of the object.

Robotization

Warehouse robotization ensures the most rational use of working areas, simplifies and optimizes processes, reduces the number of errors during acceptance, placement and assembly of goods.

Integration with existing systems and equipment

Integration with ERP, CRM, and any existing corporate backend.

Data collection terminals

Mobile data collection terminals for prompt collection, processing and sending of information about goods.

Enterprise mobile devices & applications

Secure remote access to corporate systems, BYOD and corporate devices with preinstalled applications, protection against unauthorized access.

IP telephony for intra-corporate communication

A unified communications system to improve the efficiency of interaction between departments.

2003
2020
70% of our clients return with new projects
17 years
on custom software 
development market
120+
developers with experience 
across multiple industries
460+
successful projects for 
clients all over the world
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