Generix Group included as first-time entrant in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems .

Montreal - Generix Group, a global provider of solutions designed to accelerate today’s collaborative supply chains, is positioned within Gartner’s 2019 Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems1. 

“As the new entrant in the Magic Quadrant for WMS, we are particularly honored to receive this recognition”, said Stephanie Richelieu Stagger, CEO for Generix Group North America. “To us, the distinction follows an enduring commitment to increased coverage and service of our global markets most notably, here in the US and Canada where we expect our multi-year trend of solid growth and development to continue by maintaining focus on superior customer experience, sustained value and solution innovation.”

Faced with continuous change, talent constraints and the need to execute at never seen speeds, today’s supply chain operations and tech leaders must address challenges that did not exist even a decade ago. To do so, they need modern, agile solutions that deliver flexibility to scale, grow and change as their business requires without compromising quality. These solutions must also deliver a positive employee experience and help mitigate against the negative effects of staff turnover.

“In the 5 years since we’ve deployed the Generix Group WMS solution, we have not experienced a single situation of a system constraint or related budget requirement limiting our ability to support our customer and business needs. Generix Group WMS offers us a great level of flexibility and financial efficiency which reflects directly on our ability to be extremely agile as a business”, said Alexandre Hubert, Senior Director IT Strategy and Logistics at Browns Shoes. “To us, seeing the Generix Group offering positioned in the Gartner Magic Quadrant is simply a testament to what we already know – Generix should be on the shopping list of any company that requires supply chain operating agility and flexibility.”