Software WAMAS WMS successfully validated by Fraunhofer IML

Date: 18.10.2023Source: SSI Schaefer Group

The renowned Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics has successfully validated the SSI Schaefer software WAMAS WMS (Warehouse Management System). With the help of the vendor-independent ‘Logistics IT Online Selection’, Fraunhofer IML supports companies in selecting the most suitable WMS and provider. With the validation signet, the quality of SSI Schaefer software solutions is now confirmed once again.

The platform warehouse-logistics.com operated by Fraunhofer IML has been one of the best-known portals for warehouse management systems for more than 20 years. The functional comparison of logistics IT systems, free market studies and the full range of consulting services in the field of logistics IT, make warehouse-logistics.com a holistic information platform that brings together providers and interested parties.

For the validation of warehouse management systems, the experts of »Warehouse Logistics« checked more than 3,000 requirement criteria. The renewed inclusion of SSI Schaefer Software into the circle of validated software solutions underlines that it is rightly an established and approved WMS solution in the market. WAMAS WMS provides the basis to design logistics processes efficiently, to optimize them and to digitally transform business models and processes.

Said Gerald Siegl, Product Manager Product Line Software, SSI Schaefer: “This recognised validation seal underlines the high functionality and reliability of our WAMAS WMS software. We are very pleased to receive this award!”

The spectrum of the WAMAS software portfolio ranges from Warehouse Management System and Material Flow System to component software such as WAMAS Robotics and WAMAS Lift & Store. Furthermore, it includes WAMAS Control Center for monitoring and optimizing of material flows and WAMAS Maintenance Center for predictive maintenance.  For more visit ssi-schaefer.com 


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