Generix named in the 2024 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems (WMS)

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Generix has been named in the 2024 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) for the sixth consecutive year.

Generix – a global business software company offering a broad portfolio of SaaS solutions and services in supply chain, finance, commerce and B2B Integration – has released multiple innovations for its two WMSs including labour planning & forecasting powered by AI and in the areas of predictive and prescriptive analytics.

In a dynamic market where AI and the Cloud reign supreme, Generix reaffirms its commitment to innovation, bolstering its SaaS solutions to maintain leadership in the supply chain execution domain and cater to its 500+ WMS customers globally. 

With approximately 2,000 warehouses operating daily with its two distinct WMSs, Generix WMS and SOLOCHAIN, the company remains dedicated to maximising warehouse efficiency and performance.

With a broad and deep functional scope coupled with standardised processes, Generix WMS solution covers the needs of companies across a wide spectrum of industries, often dealing with complex operations. 

In addition, SOLOCHAIN WMS solution offers complete flexibility and is designed to simplify business process integration with powerful visual tools.

The synergy between Generix WMS and SOLOCHAIN offers comprehensive solutions tailored to diverse industry needs, including stored, cross-dock, e-commerce and multi-customer flows.

Generix’s commitment to innovation and sustainable growth remains unwavering. The strategic investments in research and development (R&D) have started to generate results. These investments reinforce Generix’s mission to digitally connect all businesses together across global value chains.

Si-Mohamed Saïd, Chief Marketing & Product Officer, says: “We are honoured to be recognised in the Magic Quadrant for the six consecutive year. We believe this underscores our relentless commitment and efforts to empowering companies across industries to continuously innovate their warehouse operations, digitise their key business processes and continuously optimise their overall performance. 

“From our perspective, the analysis of our two WMSs is a strong marker of our technological shift and the acceleration of better data exploitation with AI to best serve our customers.”

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