Logistics.com needs to tie its execution modules into the plant/warehouse-level applications in order to give a customer a full solution. Manhattan cannot deliver the full fulfillment job without the transportation part. Tying their products together is what it will take to make this acquisition work.
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as a WMS vendor, whose market opportunity will not remain vast indefinitely despite the above well-attuned initiatives. Manhattan's product, PkMS, was originally developed as an order picking system for warehouses and distribution centers. Over time, Manhattan added functionality beyond the strict boundaries of order picking and warehouse management, such as outbound distribution, work order management, and freight management. Further, although Manhattan Associates acquired Intrepa in 2000 (see