Warehouse leaders are turning to technology to address critical challenges and prepare for the rapidly expanding on-demand marketplace. Decision makers plan to take an incremental approach to warehouse modernization by first focusing on their most valuable assets, their workers. By providing training and improving working conditions, they plan to offer workers a career path that is complemented by the use of technology.

In the near future, after they’ve laid the groundwork by implementing a full-featured WMS, improving teamwork, and utilizing advanced technologies, warehouses will integrate more holistic solutions. This process will enable them to build data-powered environments that balance labour and automation
in the warehouse, ultimately empowering front-line workers with a performance edge.

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of respondents agree they need to modernize their warehouse operations but admit they are slow to implement new devices and technology

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of respondents agree that augmenting workers with technology is the best way to introduce automation in the warehouse

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of decision makers expect devices or automation to be involved in completing non-repetitive tasks in the next five years

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