Oracle WMS

Oracle WMS

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Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud

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Good but has to improve.

7 out of 10
September 16, 2019
It's being used by the whole organization, and we use it to manage our warehouse. Our company has more than a line of business, we manage …
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What is Oracle WMS?

LogFire Cloud Warehouse Management System (WMS) was acquired by Oracle in September 2016 and is now offered as Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud.

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What is Oracle WMS?

LogFire Cloud Warehouse Management System (WMS) was acquired by Oracle in September 2016 and is now offered as Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud.

For more information visit https://www.oracle.com/applications/supply-chain-management/solutions/logistics/warehouse-management...

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What is Oracle WMS?

LogFire Cloud Warehouse Management System (WMS) was acquired by Oracle in September 2016 and is now offered as Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud.

Who uses Oracle WMS?

The most common users of Oracle WMS are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees) and the Retail industry.

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Mohamed Anwar sadiq | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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We have installed Oracle WMS Cloud for inventory management of our various warehouses. By optimization, the supply chain optimized the stock/inventory level to the minimum for cost reduction. Paperwork and manpower requirement has been reduced by utilization its supply-chain analytics. material requisitions, Dispatch, and Receiving reports, stock audits are all now synchronized and available at one dashboard.
  • Material requisitions
  • Dispatch
  • Receiving reports
  • Stock audits
  • It takes a long time to implement, took us almost a year.
  • Real-time inventory API is not present, which is an intense need in the e-commerce market for order placement.
  • It took time for big amount of data
Easy to implement, easy to operate, it must expand its portfolio options to be able to operate all the logistics processes of the warehouses.
September 16, 2019

Good but has to improve.

Score 7 out of 10
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It's being used by the whole organization, and we use it to manage our warehouse. Our company has more than a line of business, we manage more than 600 stores, between small and big supermarkets. We use it in order to manage the inventory or replenishments.
  • Manage a lot of information - we manage 600+ stores of various sizes with millions of products across them to manage. Oracle Warehouse Management cloud is able to handle all our data.
  • It has a lot of parametrization inside - when we add a new store, we are able to do so easily, no matter its size.
  • It's flexible - adding new information, stores, or changing information is easy to do.
  • It's scalable - again, as we add or change stores, we are able to do so with this software.
  • The support is still poor.
  • Improve SLAs - it takes a lot of time to resolve our problems. Sometimes, things aren't completed in the way we need.
  • Improve hardware.
We use Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud to manage warehouses from small to big based on configuration the software we can manage multiple business functions like to create new flows of buying. I supposed where it is less appropriate would be when your business has a lot of customization inside, because this kind of tool does not fit in it.
Because is slow, they don't know much and take a lot of time to resolve something.
Score 9 out of 10
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We deployed Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud a couple of months ago, and since deploying in one department, we are in the process of implementing Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud in our whole organization, which will completed by the end of this year.

We chose to deploy Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud for our e-commerce domain. Since the deployment, we have been managing our warehouse so well. We have been using a complete ERP from Oracle. Thus, we have integrated Oracle Fusion Cloud with Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud, which reduced our manned power as well as manual working. Before that, we had multiple team members who manually maintained records and processed payments, but since we opted for Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud, all the operations works is done by system checks automatically.
  • Tracking of individual items from Inbound to Outbound
  • Easy allocation of items to orders
  • Dispatch of items to 3PLs
  • Return Merchant Authorization and Return to Vendor process automation
  • Cycle counting - counting of available items on a certain time period
  • Placement of items at their proper/allocated location in Warehouse
  • We can enter manual entries into Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud and all manual entries do not have proper control.
  • It performs slow when it must extract the data in large amounts.
  • Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud doesn’t maintain sales return entries because it’s not an order management system. In order to use this feature, we need to configure or deploy another solution, which is Order Management System. We cannot consider it as a demerit of Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud but for a single feature, we cannot deploy another module. .
Oracle Warehouse Management Cloud is better to use for inventory management or warehouse management only. It does not give you all the features that Oracle offers in its Order Management System. So before opting for an ERP for your organization, I would say to take expert advice.