GraniteWMS partners with PCWare to bring warehouse management to three sites in New York

GraniteWMS has partnered with PCWare Business Solutions to implement an end-to-end warehouse management solution for three of their New York customers.

Johannesburg, 29 Mar 2021
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GraniteWMS, is a simple and effective warehouse management system designed to suit the needs of a mid-market business. It helps track, manage and optimise the inventory management process from receiving and put-away, through to picking, packing and shipping.

PCWare Business Solutions provides industry-leading ERP management software and services to help small and mid-sized companies maximise productivity. They have an extensive knowledge base within the warehousing industry, and give expert advice and guidance to help businesses optimise their potential.

Over the past year, PCWare has partnered with GraniteWMS to implement the warehouse management solution for three key clients, Dermarite, Quality Frozen Foods and Foodco, all of whom are mid-sized manufacturers or distributors based in the New York area.

“Together with PCWare, GraniteWMS is building a pipeline of opportunity for the USA Eastern Corridor,” said Craig Collins, CEO of GraniteWMS. “They also provide established local relationships with hardware suppliers such as Zebra Technologies, which has supplied all the hardware necessary for these GraniteWMS projects.”

GraniteWMS can work as a standalone warehouse management system or integrate into an existing ERP, such as SAGE 200, SAGE 300, or SAP Business One.

Through their partnership, GraniteWMS and PCWare have also worked together to build integration between GraniteWMS and the SAGE Intacct cloud solution, bringing the flexibility of the GraniteWMS processes and configuration into the SAGE Intacct space.

GraniteWMS has been implemented in over 160 sites across the globe, across over 40 different industry sectors. It uses warehouse management best practice to set up simple and effective workflows with minimal disruption to business continuity.

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