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Make the warehouse the epicenter of your supply chain

A robust Warehouse Management System (WMS) helps global companies operate an agile supply chain. The WMS application can be integrated with a Transportation Management System (TMS) to reduce costs across logistics and warehouse operations.

Amit Sinha, a warehouse management expert, makes a business case for a WMS ecosystem. He blogs on streamlining fleet and warehouse management, as well as inventory control enabled by on-demand WMS.

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Harmonize to globalize

A unified WMS standardizes global warehouse processes, enables adoption of best practices, and reduces total cost of ownership.

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Amit Sinha, Principal Consultant, Oracle practice, InfosysAmit Sinha, Principal Consultant, Oracle practice, Infosys

Amit has more than a decade of experience in the ITeS industry. Currently, he is working as a Business Transformation and Process / Domain Consulting Specialist for Oracle EBS and WMS across several industries. Amit's area of expertise includes procure-to-pay process, order-to-cash, warehouse management, contract manufacturing and supply chain management. He can be reached at

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