Generix named in the 2024 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) for the sixth consecutive year. View the press release.

Supply Chain
May 20, 2019

[News] Generix group positioned in Gartner’s 2019 magic quadrant for warehouse management systems (WMS)

Generix Group, a global provider of SaaS Software designed to accelerate today’s collaborative supply chains, has been mentioned by Gartner as among providers of WMS solutions with its recognition in the 2019 Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems*. What does this distinction represent for the Group? Explanations.


Gartner 2019 Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems: a recognition for Generix Group

“We are proud of this recognition within the Supply Chain market”, explains Jean-Charles Deconninck, Generix Group President. Rightly so, the company has improved its positioning from a notable vendor to a niche player placed highest for Ability to Execute.

“We believe that Gartner’s recognition of Generix Group stands as a testimony to the company’s international standing as a leader in the digital transformation of the Supply Chain powered by our powerful, innovative solutions and services. It is also for us, a resounding confirmation of our strategic drive toward the SaaS model that began over 10 years ago”, concludes Jean-Charles Deconninck.

Read the “Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems 2019” Gartner report

Supply Chain: a market still in motion

Despite the high level of market maturity, WMS solutions are reinventing themselves. They integrate mobility, a real simplicity of use, a better adaptability, more intelligence and scalability. Some verticalize by business: logistics providers, manufacturing industries, e-commerce, etc. In addition, Supply Chain Management (SCM) solutions with the ability to support the orchestration of end-to-end logistics processes are preferred.

SaaS Supply Chain Software pioneers, Generix Group has developed the Generix Supply Chain Hub to ensure the delivery of the logistics promise to end customers. The platform offers a portfolio of solutions including Warehouse Management (WMS), Transport Management (TMS), Omni-Channel Order Management (OMS), Vendor Management Inventory (VMI) along with full Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), collaborative portals and intuitive visual interfaces.

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