WMS and supply chain systems come in various shapes and sizes. And there are very few systems in the market that could catch up with the speed of the cloud ERP vendors. While NetSuite and Acumatica both had native capabilities for WMS, they both relied on High Jump for advanced WMS capabilities. While High Jump succeeded in being a default choice for a WMS solution, the game has been completely changed since its acquisition by Korber. And now Korber can provide similar capabilities as Manhattan or Blue Yonder. Korber also has some unique layers, such as managing DSD and last mile, as well as transportation spend management. So where do High Jump and Korber stand in their capabilities?
In today's episode, we invited a panel of industry experts for a live discussion on LinkedIn to conduct an independent review of Korber/HighJump capabilities. We covered many grounds, including their unique strength in the cloud native market, and how they rule the mid-market, especially in the NetSuite and Acumatica ecosystems. We also covered their other strengths, such as being comparable to larger solutions such as Blue Yonder or Manhattan in the large category space and having unique capabilities such as DSD or freight spend management.
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