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Drive processes with warehouse control systems (WCS).

Leverage a single source, objective integration service that best enables your business to select and implement the right WCS solution to keep automated DC operations running smoothly.

An MHE consultant performs equipment control to maximize warehouse space utilization.

Benefit from a cohesive approach to best-in-class integrated systems.

enVista’s methodology for WCS system evaluation and selection is partner-focused, objective and unbiased. We will work closely with your organisation’s operations and IT teams to determine the types of warehouse control systems (WCS) that best meet your operational, technological, financial and schedule requirements. A good WCS provides your organisation with the proper tools to speed up processes and maximise efficiency. 

Single Point of Contact

Leverage a single source, objective integration service to select and implement the WCS solution.

Real Time Data

Use WCS systems to create dashboards and discover statistics that enable real-time monitoring of facility operations and technologies.

Carton Tracking and Auditing

Effectively and reliably manage complex, automated material handling systems with minimal downtime.


Gain real-time visibility of order fulfillment and product routing with cutting-edge warehouse control systems.


Interface easily to a variety of warehouse management systems and easily modify to accommodate changes to your business

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Warehouse Control System FAQs

A warehouse control system (WCS) is a software application that controls activities in distribution centres and warehouses in real-time.

A WCS makes sure that everything is running correctly. It maximises efficiency within material handling subsystems and can also help with associate efficiency. A good WCS will provide a uniform interface for a variety of material handling equipment, including carousels, sorters, conveyor systems, palletisers, sorters, etc. 

Many business owners wonder about using a WCS vs a WMS. A WCS is used to direct “real-time” activities in a distribution centre or warehouse. Warehouse control systems direct warehouse activities, with a goal of smoothly running various material handling systems (and sometimes worker activities.)

A warehouse management system, on the other hand, has a broader focus. It doesn’t focus on the automated equipment, rather, it focuses on broader processes, activities, and people. A good WMS will focus on optimising human labour processes to fulfill goals and meet deadlines.

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