New Advanced WMS RFP with Vendor Score Carding is Released - New Version 10

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Excellent set of RFP/RFI questions for either advanced private warehouse operations or third party logistics warehouse operations. Includes Vendor Evaluation Score Carding features that simplifies scoring the results.

Industrial Data & Information, Inc. announces the release of version 10.0 of the Advanced Version of their Warehouse Management System (WMS) RFP product. Leverage this in-depth Advanced WMS question & scoring set early on in the selection process to get a solid 'short list' of solutions. By doing such - one can score card the software solutions, thus saving significant time & money by avoiding unnecessary trips, time, and expense in exploratory learning. Saves weeks of time!

New Version 10 has 1,300 detailed questions! Each question has a pop-up box that further explains the question in detail.

Vendor Score Card is a vendor evaluation Score Card! Score card calculates & shows side-by-side comparisons and weighted scoring by question. Two scored summaries are also provided to show summarized weighted totals. Management summary with visual charts are included.

The Advanced WMS RFI has 1,300 detailed questions on:

Security - Detailed & Expanded


International Issues

Configurability Issues

Supply Chain Event Management

Databases & Operating Systems

Extensive Product Setup

Receiving, Putaway

Picking, Packing, Shipping

Cycle Counting


Advanced Warehouse Functionality

Bin Locator System

EDI Transactions

XML Transactions

Host Interface

RFID Functions

Web Enablement

Product Allocation Strategies

Lot Control Issues

Serial Control Issues

Error Analysis

Routing Issues

Management Reporting

Dock Appointment

RF Task Management

Inbound Task Workflow Configurability

Outbound Task Workflow Configurability

Inventory Allocation Methods

Picking Strategies

Functions for Web Enablement

Manufacturing Line

Work In Process (WIP)

Return Processing

Damaged Goods Control

MSDS & CERT Questions

Value Added Services

Order Entry Functions

Web Catalog, Shopping Cart, Payment Options

Stock Ownership

3PL Customer Preferences

3PL Billing Options / Storage & Task Rate Computations

3PL Customer Reporting & Data Transfer

3PL Profit & Loss Computations

Score Card - The Advanced WMS RFI includes an Advanced WMS Score Card, where you can take the answers from the software vendors and drop them into the Score Card. The Scorecard will save you 2 to 3 days of time by itself. It provides a side-by-side analysis with weighted scores and two weighted summary analysis.

The Vendor Evaluation Score Card is an important tool to rapidly evaluate solutions. The scorecard is only available with the Advanced WMS RFI / RFP.

Philip Obal, President of Industrial Data & Information, says, "Most warehouse operations are not simple. If you have sophisticated warehousing operations, -or- have 3PL operations that serves a multitude of customers, then obtain the Advanced WMS RFI. The complicated warehousing operation and the sophistication of 3PL issues are precisely targeted by this product. "

Single copies of the Advanced WMS RFI on computer media are $995 USD. For more details, see The publisher is Industrial Data & Information, Inc.

Special advanced bundled package includes (1) copy of Advanced WMS RFI, (3) copies of "Selecting Warehouse Software from WMS and ERP Providers " report, and (1) copy of Warehouse & Logistics Software Directory for $1295 US. To order see

About Industrial Data & Information, Inc. (IDII)

Industrial Data & Information, Inc. is a independent research consulting company that assists companies in selecting and implementing software solutions. IDII is focused on the supply-chain and has expertise in software evaluation, selection, and implementation. IDII also produces tools for software selection projects in WMS, TMS, and ERP. For more information on IDII, visit our web site at or contact IDII at 918-464-2222 or e-mail at info @


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