The global warehouse management system market size is expected to grow from USD 2.8 billion in 2021 to USD 6.1 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 16.7%. The growth of this market can be attributed to the growth in the e-commerce industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic, emerging multichannel distribution channels, the globalization of supply chain networks, the increased adoption of cloud WMS solutions, and the rising need for efficient forecasting models. However, factors such as data privacy and security concerns, and high implementation costs of on-premise warehouse management systems for SMEs may restrain the market growth to some extent. Moreover, the lack of awareness about the benefits of WMS among small-scale industries, the lack of skilled personnel for maintenance & implementation of WMS, and the constant need for WMS software upgrades pose challenges for companies using WMS for their warehouse operations.
Key players operating in warehouse management system market include major players operating in different stages in the entire value chain of warehouse management system; these players are Manhattan Associates, Inc. (US), Blue Yonder Group, Inc. (US), HighJump (US), Oracle Corporation (US), and SAP (Germany). Many major companies focus on implementing organic growth strategies, such as product launches, and inorganic strategies, such as acquisitions, to increase their revenue.
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Top 3 Players in Warehouse Management System Market:
Manhattan Associates, Inc.
Manhattan Associates, Inc. develops, sells, and deploys advanced supply chain software solutions worldwide. The company sells its software licenses, services, and hardware products in three regions, namely, the Americas, EMEA, and APAC. Manhattan Associates, Inc. provides its supply chain software and WMS software solutions to various industries, including fashion retail; grocery, food & beverages; manufacturing; medical and pharmaceuticals; retail; wholesale; manufacturing; and third-party logistics. Manhattan Associates, Inc. offers its WMS software under Supply Chain Solutions. The company is a leading provider of innovative WMS software solutions and highly advanced supply chain solutions. Its flagship product Manhattan SCALE, which runs on Microsoft’s NET platform, is an ideal product for meeting distribution requirements and handling complex supply chain execution challenges. The product is a combination of various solutions, including warehouse management, labor management, trading partner management, supply chain intelligence, yard management, and transportation execution.
Blue Yonder Group, Inc.
Panasonic has acquired Blue Yonder Group, Inc. in September 2021. JDA Software changed its name to Blue Yonder Group, Inc. in February 2020. Blue Yonder Group, Inc. is one of the leading providers of end-to-end, integrated retail, multichannel, and supply chain planning and execution solutions. The company’s product offerings are classified under three categories—luminate planning, luminate retail, and luminate logistics. Blue Yonder Group, Inc. offers its solutions under the following product portfolios: luminate planning, luminate logistics, and omnichannel commerce. Warehouse management systems fall under the luminate logistics portfolio. Luminate logistics comprises functionalities such as space and inventory management, workforce management, in-store picking, replenishment, and order fulfillment. The company offers cloud-based WMS services, including implementation, optimization, performance, and upgrades.
HighJump (Körber) develops advanced supply chain solutions, including a suite of warehouse management, business integration, transportation management, and retail solutions. In August 2017, HighJump was acquired by Körber, which acts as a strategic and financial partner of HighJump. Its software solutions have applications in industries such as automotive and aerospace, food distribution and processing, retail, consumer packaged goods, beverages, craft brewing, health and wellness, third-party logistics, and wineries. HighJump (Körber) has been listed in Inbound Logistics’ 2019 Top 100 Logistics IT Providers. The company has offices in the US, Europe, and China, with more than 4,290 customers spread across more than 66 countries.The company offers end-to-end cloud WMS software services, which are managed by its infrastructure. HighJump (Körber)’s WMS software supports multi-client logistics operations. The software can be quickly implemented and configured as per customer requirements, and it has adaptability tools that provide seamless integration with leading ERP systems. The software is built on one common platform, resulting in easy adoption and efficient employee training.
Warehouse Management System Market with COVID-19 Impact Analysis by Offering (Software, Services), Deployment (On Premises, Cloud), Tier Type (Advanced, Intermediate, Basic), Industry, and Region - Global Forecast to 2026
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