XPO Logistics (NYSE: XPO), a leading global provider of transport and logistics solutions, today announced the launch of WMx, its new cloud-based, mobile software platform. WMx enables rapid deployment and integration of automation and robotics at a fraction of traditional start-up times and is optimized for mobile devices.
Troy Cooper, chief operating officer of XPO Logistics, said, "Our WMx platform is the future of warehouse management. It turbocharges our operations through greater connectivity, brings innovations on line more rapidly than ever before, and supports distributed order management for greater efficiency in multi-site and multi-channel environments.”
WMx creates a single solution for warehouse integration by combining key supply chain elements into one versatile application. Customers will benefit from unified order management, maximum configurability and intuitive dashboard tools that analyze trends and guide decision-making. WMx’s multilingual capabilities synchronize XPO’s warehouse operations worldwide, giving multinational customers a consistent, global supply chain experience.
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