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Robocom Systems Releases Latest Version of R-WMS.net - with enhanced functionality for Book Publishers and Printing Companies
By: PR Newswire
Nov. 19, 2012 01:30 PM
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. and MARKHAM, Ontario, Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Robocom Systems International announced today the launch of the latest version of their R-WMS.net Warehouse Management System with enhanced functionality for Book Publishers and Printing Companies. R-WMS.net is built as an innovative Software Solution that can be deployed using traditional implementation methods or as a Software as a Service (SaaS) application. While the system is already very robust in terms of Book Publishing standard practices, Robocom continues to look forward to the latest trends, technology and ever changing business requirements that impact the Publishing Industry.
Bryan Wright, Vice President of Robocom, stated, "We feel that the distribution of books, magazines, and journals will continue to be an important part of the publishing and printing industries. While e-books and electronic media certainly have had some impact, we have yet to see indications that the decrease in printed materials will be dramatic any time soon. Because of this, Robocom continues to invest in Publishing and Printing specific R&D for their R-WMS.net SaaS capable Warehouse Management System."
"We are excited about bringing these new capabilities to market as a result of working with our Book Publishing and Printing customers. R-WMS.net will deliver cost savings in the warehouse that are being demanded of operating managers," said Fred Radcliffe, Robocom President. "Our products improve accuracy, increase productivity, reduce transportation costs and provide essential information to Supply Chain Managers and Executives."
For more information about R-WMS.net, go to www.publisherwms.com
SOURCE Robocom Systems International
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