Achieving a ‘high-octane’ warehouse operation

Aberdeen report focuses on improving business processes
By Plant Engineering Staff September 12, 2007

The majority of warehouses today struggle to meet customer service objectives while reducing costs. Companies agree that the key to top performance lies in improving business processes, not building additional facilities or hiring more labor. Best-in-Class companies have taken the lead in adopting a group of high performance capabilities for improving the warehouse, and are realizing measurably better performance as a result.
Aberdceen Research has released a report, High Octane Warehouses — How Top Companies Use Capabilities Like Labor Management, Slotting, and Speech-Based Warehousing.” A free download of the report is available by clicking here .