4 Innovative Solutions for More Productive Warehouse Management

| February 11, 2020

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Over the past 30 years, technology has transformed warehouse operations, making them more efficient as well as reducing the number of required workers. And, given that technology advances at an exponential rate, warehouse managers may find it difficult to imagine what the warehouses of the future will look like. One can be sure that Industry 4.0 will have a big part to play: IoT and 5G technology will not only increase connectivity within a warehouse, but they will also facilitate decision making and improve tracking of inventory.

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