Korber Warehouse Edge

Korber Warehouse Edge
Formerly HighJump / AccellosOne

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Korber Warehouse Edge

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What is Korber Warehouse Edge?

Korber Warehouse Edge (formerly from HighJump, and before that the AccellosOne WMS) is a warehouse management system. HighJump was the company formed from the July 2014 merger of Accellos and HighJump Software. It has since rebranded to Korber, which is...
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What is Korber Warehouse Edge?

Korber Warehouse Edge (formerly from HighJump, and before that the AccellosOne WMS) is a warehouse management system. HighJump was the company formed from the July 2014 merger of Accellos and HighJump Software. It has since rebranded to Korber, which is HighJump's parent company.

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What is Korber Warehouse Edge?

Korber Warehouse Edge (formerly from HighJump, and before that the AccellosOne WMS) is a warehouse management system. HighJump was the company formed from the July 2014 merger of Accellos and HighJump Software. It has since rebranded to Korber, which is HighJump's parent company.

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Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User
We are using Korber Warehouse Edge (formerly HighJump / AccellosOne) across our entire organization, from creating orders in our ERP system to labeling and shipping.

Korber Warehouse Edge (formerly HighJump / AccellosOne) meets our business needs for shipping. Whether it is a single order we are shipping direct to a consumer or containers that we are shipping directly to our customers, Korber Warehouse Edge (formerly HighJump / AccellosOne) makes it all happen
  • Inventory--inventory tracking is critical to our business
  • Shipping and uploading orders
  • Customer information
  • Carrier information
  • Customizable per department or user--we use templates for departments to ensure the entire department has the same view; excellent for training new users
  • Backorders--there are no alerts when backorders don't drop down
  • Reports--there are a number of reports we don't use because they are not easily customizable
Korber Warehouse Edge (formerly HighJump / AccellosOne) is well suited for any organization that ships to customers. If an organization has different shipping parameters for different customer customizations, it can be costly adding to the original price of the software.
Dave Poole | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Warehouse Edge is used across our enterprise covering two locations, and all order fulfillment is completed via this system.
  • The system has a fairly intuitive user experience that quickly enabled us to achieve performance improvements
  • While integration with our ERP (NetSuite) has had a couple of issues, by and large, it has been a significant improvement over our prior environment (Sage).
  • The integration with NetSuite has been somewhat finicky and has required more hand-holding to perfect than I would have expected.
We do an extraordinary number of work orders for assembly builds, and overall this has worked very well. We also have a rapidly growing e-commerce driven pick and pack operation, which would not have been possible in our prior environment.
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