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Seldat launches modular warehouse manager

Steve Rogerson
February 1, 2018



New Jersey-based Seldat Technology Services has introduced a proprietary warehouse management system for the modern supply chain. This modular system is designed to provide increased visibility, integration and top-to-bottom control of end-to-end warehouse operations at any scale and across multiple industries.
 
Built by Seldat's supply chain software experts and tested in real warehouse operations including 3PL, ecommerce, consumer goods and food and beverage industries, the WMS360 is customisable to meet specific business operational needs.
 
Features include inbound and outbound planning, inventory management, EDI gateway platform, RFID tracking and integration with automation hardware, omni-channel integration, task monitor and real-time alerts, user portal, business intelligence dashboards, and role-based access.
 
Users can also benefit from dedicated implementation, development and support teams to ensure the system is deployed successfully and tailored to needs.
 
"Driven by Seldat's vision to be the global leader in technology-driven supply chains, we are proud to bring the power of WMS360 to warehouse operations across all industries," said Chacko Verghese, Seldat CTO. "Our team of supply chain experts developed WMS360 in the field, observing, responding to and anticipating future warehouse needs of the modern supply chain. Proven against real-world scenarios, WMS360 helps companies overcome the challenges of out-dated warehouse management strategies by delivering an affordable, easy to use, and highly configurable solution."
 
The system's design for visibility, traceability and flexibility is said to offer businesses levels of responsiveness and agility.
 
Headquartered in New Jersey with offices in more than half a dozen countries, including the USA, Canada, Israel and Vietnam, Seldat has more than 250 employees.