Delta’s mission is “to enable supply chain savings through continuous warehouse performance improvement that benefits the logistics enterprise, its partners and customers”.  At Logistics Link Live 2012 (13-14 June, Birmingham NEC, Stand 172) DeltaWMS is demonstrating its latest warehouse performance systems technology. ‘DeltaWMS’ systems for distribution, 3PL, manufacturing and bonded warehouse operations include a graphical dashboard that manages warehouse and operative productivity, an intuitive onscreen warehouse map that tracks inventory in real time, and a module for 24/7 customer order input and tracking, to deliver competitive supply chain process improvements, integrated with ERP and other enterprise systems.

Recent DeltaWMS technology adopters include Pulleyn Transport, Life Fitness, The Co-op E-Store and leading print group Bezier. Other Delta users include Eddie Stobart, Maximuscle, Toyota Tsusho, Edexcel, Condor Ferries, FJG Logistics, Palletways and The Royal British Legion.

“Our customers tell us that Delta’s rapid, reliable and robust technology aligns warehouse processes with the supply chain more comprehensively and cost efficiently than other WMS solutions” says Delta Software Managing Director Lance Bennett.

Delta Software: company background

Founded in 1990 and headquartered in Wakefield, Yorkshire, Delta Software ( is the UK’s fastest-growing supplier of interactive warehouse performance management systems and a just-in-time technology innovator. The company’s ‘DeltaWMS’ flagship single- and multi-site systems are open-database, feature a unique, user friendly interactive warehouse management ‘graphical map’ and can be quickly and easily integrated into any ERP enterprise or smaller business environment.

Delta Software deploys its solutions throughout the UK and continental Europe, on-time and to-budget, providing rigorous fixed-price guarantees. Delta clients include The Co-op E-store, Eddie Stobart, Foulger Transport, Life Fitness, Maximuscle, Toyota Tsusho, Edexcel, Condor Ferries, Palletways and The Royal British Legion.

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