Mecalux, a leading and innovative provider of solutions in warehouse management systems, today announced that it has been positioned in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems for its offering. The evaluation was based on specific criteria that analysed the company’s overall completeness of vision and ability to execute.
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“We believe this inclusion in Gartner’s global report reflects our more than 20 years of developing software solutions for warehouse operations worldwide and our commitment to covering the fast-evolving needs of an expanding logistics industry,” said Javier Carrillo, CEO of Mecalux.
Mecalux’s warehouse management system, Easy WMS, offers organizations an efficient way to manage increasingly complex warehouse operations. The software, which provides multiple modules and functionalities to tackle business needs, can control simple manual facilities to large, complex, automated warehouses. Easy WMS from Mecalux increases storage capacity, decreases handling operations and eliminates errors.
With more than 20 years of software development experience and a fast-growing team of specialized engineers expected to reach 400 in 2021, Mecalux’s Easy WMS is deployed in more than 1,000 facilities across 36 countries. More and more companies are opting for the SaaS modality, a cloud-based deployment model that allows for quick scalability of resources as well as reduced setup times and ownership costs. Mecalux also offers an on-premise option for warehouses.
Mecalux further develops Easy WMS constantly to deliver robust, flexible and scalable software that fits the logistics needs of industries such as the retail and e-commerce, manufacturing, 3PL, technology and electronics, automotive, food and pharmaceutical sectors.
Original publication: Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems, Simon Tunstall, Dwight Klappich, 30 June 2021
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The Mecalux group, with headquarters in Chicago and Barcelona, offers products and services in the storage systems market. In addition to warehouse management systems, the company features warehouse control systems (WCS) and automated materials handling solutions for optimising intralogistics operations. The Mecalux group has an extensive distribution network worldwide, 11 production centres, 4 R&D centres for technological development and over 4,300 employees across its businesses. In 2021, the group’s total revenue is projected to reach £804 million (€940 million).