SAP Named Market Leader in Transportation Management Systems and Selected Warehouse Management System Segments by ARC Advisory Group


WALLDORF — SAP SE today announced that ARC Advisory Group has again named the company as the market leader in transportation management systems (TMS) and a market leader in warehouse management systems (WMS).

“Innovating alongside customers has helped us to maintain consistent leadership in the TMS and WMS markets,” said Hans Thalbauer, senior vice president, Line-of-Business Solutions for Supply Chain, SAP. “Our customers are now finding even greater efficiencies through analysis on the SAP HANA platform.”

In ARC’s latest “Transportation Management Systems Market Study,” SAP was ranked as the No. 1 supplier overall based on revenues for the third year running, as well as No. 1 in selected categories, including:

  • Market share by software revenue
  • Fleet Management sector
  • EMEA geographic region
  • Asia geographic region
  • Non-asset Based Logistics sector

According to the report, “SAP is the leading supplier of TMS [based on revenues]. Their growth over the last year has been astonishing.” ARC further notes that “TMS is now one of the fastest growing businesses in SAP.”

In ARC’s latest “Warehouse Management Systems Market Study” for base year 2013, SAP was ranked No. 1 in the following WMS market segments based on revenues:

  • Market share by software revenue
  • Latin America geographical region
  • Automotive industry segment
  • Machinery manufacturing industry segment

According to the report, the SAP Extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM) application has “gained strong traction in the marketplace due to its robust functionality, [and] interoperability with the SAP suite of solutions.”

“SAP EWM is now available on the SAP HANA platform via the cloud,” said Clint Reiser, Analyst, Enterprise Applications, ARC Advisory Group.  “This allows EWM users to cost-effectively use the SAP HANA platform for in-memory labor planning and reporting that can provide near-real-time analysis of warehouse tasks, productivity reporting and other warehouse operations.”

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