The Sterling Warehouse Management System is part of the global IT company IBM. The system was created to improve produc... View profile
IBM is a global IT company dating back to 1880 with headquarters in New York and offices throughout the world. The company joined forces with B2B market leaders Sterling in 2010, and they have released a range of business software solutions packages since then. Customers include Walmart, Marks and Spencer, Staples and Lowes.
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