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Store It All reviews twelve WMS vendors and picks Delta to enable its e-fulfilment, 3PL growth

Store It All, a 70,000 square foot, two-warehouse storage and e-fulfilment family firm based in Lowestoft, Suffolk has chosen warehouse performance systems market leader Delta to support its newer 3PL and its traditional logistics business streams with the deployment of a DeltaWMS warehouse management system. Its purchasing decision follows market-wide WMS research says Store It All, whose new warehouse IT environment includes real time on-screen inventory mapping, ‘Delta Dashboard’ warehouse performance measurement software and direct customer order input and tracking via a Delta web module.

Store It All’s 50-plus customer base includes both traditional, pallet-based storage clients such as Birds Eye as well as a broad mix of fashion, lifestyle, motor parts and other e-fulfilment, 3PL customers, distributing to both business and consumers. "We needed a new warehouse IT system that could respond to the very specific e-commerce-driven, 3PL client demands on our business and also handle traditional, pallet-based logistics" explains Store It All Director Teddy Watt. "Now we can use Delta to enable our e-fulfilment growth, assigning costs and streaming our services in line with each client’s needs".

Store It All’s decision to deploy Delta followed a rigorous selection process that included a review of twelve WMS, supply chain logistics vendors. Teddy Watt explains, "We felt that Delta’s system was easier to use and would help us to grow more quickly. Also, Delta’s team was one we felt we could rely on, now and in the future".

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