Manhattan Associates says that it has fully integrated its transportation and warehouse management systems. "Gone are the days of warehouse management activities happening in isolation from transportation management activities," says Pervade Johan, vice president of transportation product development at Manhattan.
The integration effort followed Manhattan Associates' acquisition of Logistics.com at the end of last year. Manhattan has long been established in the warehouse management space, while Logistics.com had a number of transportation-specific systems.
Manhattan says the linked systems allow customers to determine whether transportation or warehouse workflows drive the system, while exceptions and changes are updated in both suites. The resulting integrated environment provides a single unified integration point to ERP systems, the company says.