Highlights from an in-depth study of Systems Integration in warehousing, material handling, and logistics operations

Ramaswami, Rama
September 2003
Operations & Fulfillment;Sep2003, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p21
Trade Publication
Discusses a study of systems integration in warehousing, material handling and logistics operations. Prevalence of application servers as the systems integration technology used by companies; Challenges faced by companies in integration; Percentage of respondents that use proprietary or custom-made software. INSET: Methodology.


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