The global Warehouse Management Systems market size is expected to grow from US$2.82 billion in 2021 to US$7.45 billion in 2032 at a CAGR of 16.7% from 2021 to 2032. The recent trends in the global Logistics such as delivery KPIs, increased supply chain flexibility and cost reduction are the drivers for 3PL and the supply chain industry to adapt to warehouse management systems. The increase in customers’ e-commerce and online purchasing trends keeps driving the growth of warehouse management system market. Favorable trade and government policies and lower corporate taxes are some of the factors driving foreign investment in developing countries. Therefore, emerging markets are one of the key growth opportunities for the WMS market.
Automated Warehouse Management Systems industry report provides details about historical analysis of Automated Warehouse Management Systems market with a timeline from 2017 to 2020. The current status of Automated Warehouse Management Systems market is also discussed in detail in the report and the forecast market analysis till 2030. The report starts with the basic market overview for Automated Warehouse Management Systems, which includes market definition, market scope and target audience. In later section, the market dynamics is defined in detail which includes market drivers, restraints, opportunities, challenges, market advancements related to technology and others.
Some of the key players profiled in the study are Numina Group, Cassioli, Swisslog, SelectHub, Mecalux, Viastore Systems, GreyOrange, DAIFUKU, Westfalia Technologies, Alstef
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The Asia-Pacific region is expected to dominate the market during the forecast period as there is increasing focus on research, development and manufacturing of automated warehouse management systems in countries like China, Japan, India and South Korea.
CHALLENGES: Insufficient knowledge of WMS in small industries
Small businesses traditionally operate their warehouses with legacy systems. Since the annual income of small businesses is not very high, investing in setting up WMS seems like an unnecessary expense for these business owners. Similarly, they have a small workforce, from which finding a skilled worker to maintain WMS can be a tedious and investment-heavy task. Due to reluctance to replace traditional systems and limited growth plans, business owners in small industries are failing to realize the benefits they can realize by deploying WMS. Additionally, significant investments associated with deploying WMS and high upfront costs limit WMS adoption. Deploying WMS comes with additional costs for purchasing licenses, upgrades, and staff training. This factor also limits the adoption of WMS by small industries. The use of WMS increases the efficiency of warehouse operations, reduces operating costs and increases labor productivity. However, the lack of awareness of the benefits of WMS in the small industry poses a challenge for the players in the WMS market.
Warehouse Management Systems for E-Commerce Industry market is set to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period
The e-commerce industry is experiencing tremendous growth with the increasing use of the internet and internet-enabled devices such as smartphones, tablets and desktops. The growth of the e-commerce industry can be attributed to the increasing trend of electronic funds transfer, internet marketing, online transaction processing and electronic data interchange. E-commerce has modernized the retail business concept for organizations, suppliers and customers by reducing costs, improving quality and delivering products quickly. E-commerce has four main models: business-to-business (B2B), business-to-customer (B2C), customer-to-customer (C2C), and customer-to-business (C2B). Ecommerce is one of the fastest growing end-user industries of WMS solutions. Rapidly changing customer demands, the increase in online shopping, increasing demand for shorter delivery times, and fierce competition among online retail businesses have increased the demand for automated fulfillment centers, which in turn has created a demand for adaptable and dedicated WMS solutions in the industry has increased e-commerce industry.
Automated Warehouse Management Systems Market Taxonomy
Automated Warehouse Management System Segmentation by Type:
Standalone system, supply chain modular system, integrated system.
Automated Warehouse Management System Segmentation by Application:
Energy, Transportation/Logistics, Healthcare, Retail, Manufacturing, Other
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This research report categorizes the Warehouse Management Systems market on the basis of supply, deployment, tier type, industry sector, and region.
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On the premises
By animal type:
Advanced WMS (Tier 1)
Advanced WMS (Tier 2)
Basic WMS (Tier 3)
Third Party Logistics (3PL)
food and drinks
metals & machines
Insights into components
The service segment had the highest revenue share in the WMS market, contributing to a revenue share of more than 81.8% in 2021. The service segment includes consulting, system integration, operation and maintenance services. Warehouse management can be provided as a third party service outsourced by WMS providers. Vendors sell their products by either offering them as a service, which helps customers focus on their core business, or by selling the software to the customer without the service.
The software segment is expected to emerge as the fastest growing segment, registering a CAGR of 18.2% from 2022 to 2030. The growth is primarily due to the increasing adoption of WMS software by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) worldwide. The software is hosted via a cloud-based computer system.
Insights into functions
The Analytics & Optimization segment is expected to emerge as the fastest growing segment, registering a CAGR of 16.6% from 2022 to 2030. On the other hand, the revenue contribution of the systems integration & maintenance segment is likely to be the highest throughout the same interval. Functions such as warehouse receiving and putaway, optimizing order picking and shipping, and guiding inventory replenishment are performed by WMS.
The picking functionality is one of the most important features in a warehouse management optimization suite designed to automate the paper-based picking process. The material handling process and picking is influenced by many factors including warehouse layout, customer requirements, order type and product speed. A warehouse management system that can accommodate fulfillment requirements independent of individual warehouse characteristics is more beneficial than a WMS with a limited scope.
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