Australian software named in Gartner Magic Quadrant

Australian software named in Gartner Magic Quadrant

Microlistics MD Mark Dawson.

Global advisory company Gartner has included Microlistics in the global identification of leading warehouse technology products, ‘Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems (WMS)’ for the fifth consecutive year.

Microlistics, part of the WiseTech Global group, is a provider of warehouse management software encompassing enterprise, express, cold storage, and third party logistics. Inclusion in the Quadrant places Microlistics among 13 of the top global warehouse management systems.

Headquartered in Melbourne, Microlistics works with customers across Asia Pacific and, more recently, in North America and the Middle East. The company’s customers include Linfox, Mitre 10, ESAB, Thomas Foods International, Berli Jucker Logistics, Spotlight Retail Group, Brand Collective, Concept Logistics, Nick Scali, Russell Corporation, TT Logistics, TNT Express Logistics, and many other leading supply chain organisations.

Microlistics managing director Mark Dawson said: “Inclusion in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant is recognition of the quality, breadth and depth of our WMS, as well as our growing international presence. Microlistics combines leading edge software development with proven, practical knowledge and experience to improve our customers’ warehouse and business operations, whether they are small businesses or large multi-site distribution centres. We do this by designing and implementing products that provide our customers with extensive functionality, rapid deployment, data analytics and reporting capabilities.

“On top of this, we are part of the WiseTech Global group, which we joined in 2017, making us part of a global logistics systems company with over 7,000 customers in 130 countries.

“WiseTech Global has powerful innovation capability that will help us accelerate development of our high productivity WMS and a global reach that we can leverage to bring new benefits to more customers.”

Microlistics was included as a notable mention in the Magic Quadrant from 2014 to 2016, before being upgraded to full inclusion in 2017 and 2018.

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