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Purpose of this study is to prioritize factors that influence decision on selection of warehouse management system. Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) was adopted as the tool to prioritize factors that impact on selection of warehouse management system. There are 6 key factors consisting of data network flow, Receiving, put-away, order picking, cycle count, and inventory control. The study indicated that the most important factor for the users of warehouse management system is cycle count, follow by inventory control, put-away, receiving, data network flow, and order picking, respectively.
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