As a WMS provider with decades of experience, we offer you PSIwms, a flexible and proven warehouse management system. It enables you to design your warehouse and logistics processes transparently and efficiently. Even in the standard version, our warehouse management system (WMS) supports all relevant warehouse forms, types and technologies.
Use in a production-related warehouse is just as possible as in a dispatch warehouse or distribution center. The WMS is equally suitable for small to large and complex warehouses. This means with PSIwms you get an intelligent warehouse management system (WMS).
Customer-driven development is our focus. We work closely with leading partners from industry and science to offer you a state-of-the-art WMS. This results in continuous product releases, which usually provide you with enhanced WMS functions.
PSIwms is freely configurable, scalable and responsive. The integrated PSI click design allows you to easily customize the user interface in the WMS to your needs. Menus, lists, tables or complex dialogs can be moved by drag & drop.
Several individual dialogs can be linked to a new screen in a process-oriented manner. All the information you need is directly displayed in this single screen. You can navigate through the data with a click. All these options are available to you immediately and directly in the warehouse management system.
Our warehouse management system (WMS) complies with the VDI 3601 guideline. The guideline describes the task and performance areas of an IT system for warehouse management.
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PSIwms has been validated since 2003 each year by the Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics IML, with regard to its software functions and services.
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