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Jerry List to Present at QC Software Webinar: WCS Versus WMS Picking the Right Solution

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Cincinnati, OH, April 20, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Tuesday, June 10th, Jerry List, VP of QC Software, will present a webinar titled, “Warehouse Control Systems (WCS) versus Warehouse Management Systems...

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Jerry List to Present at QC Software Webinar: WCS Versus WMS Picking the Right Solution

Apr 20 2014, 6:16am CDT | by

Cincinnati, OH, April 20, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Tuesday, June 10th, Jerry List, VP of QC Software, will present a webinar titled, “Warehouse Control Systems (WCS) versus Warehouse Management Systems (WMS)…How to Pick the Right Solution.” This informative session will share constructive metrics and considerations, with the final twenty minutes open to participant Q&A.

Jerry List has thirty years of experience in the material handling industry, designing and implementing complex control systems for a wide variety of material handling equipment. He has implemented control software solutions ranging from real-time machine controls through higher-level supervisory systems.

The webinar, hosted by QC Software, will address the differences between a Warehouse Control System (WCS) and a Warehouse Management System (WMS). Presenters include Rich Hite, President of QC Software for the past eighteen years and Thomas N. Williams, President and Owner of Tom Williams Professional Services, Inc. Williams is a systems and industrial engineer with thirty-five years of experience designing, developing and implementing highly productive and cost effective software and hardware solutions for high-volume distribution systems.

The webinar will begin promptly at 12:00 PM EST on Tuesday, June 10th.

Registration is limited; immediate registration is strongly suggested at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5326263381164605442

QC Software (www.qcsoftware.com) is recognized as an industry leader in providing software solutions for order fulfillment and distribution centers. The innovative software solutions help customers in North America and Europe to streamline warehouse operations with the lowest total cost of ownership in the industry. Warehouse managers realize increased system productivity and dependability.

QC Enterprise, the premier software product suite, is the result of extensive research, development, and rigorous testing. It is a proven product that provides benefits to leading manufacturers, retailers, and direct sales organizations. This complete integrated warehouse control system is configurable, scalable, and modular to suit a wide-range of user requirements. QC Software customers gain a competitive edge in today’s complex economy. Follow on Twitter @QCSoftware.

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Jerry List
Vice President
jerrylist@qcsoftware.com
513.469.1424

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