Warehouse Management System

Easy Mecalux WMS

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Multiply the efficiency and profitability of warehouse processes through control and optimisation

Easy WMS can control a manually operated warehouse run by paper or radiofrequency devices, a mixed warehouse or a large automated warehouse with the same efficiency.

What does Easy WMS bring to your business?

  • Flexibility, adaptability and scalability. A capacity to adapt to changes stemming from new technology, shifting demand, higher sales, etc.
  • Control. Always know what is in stock, where it came from, where it is located and where it is going. Real-time inventory control.
  • Customer service. Offer high quality customer care, with on-time deliveries that are error-free.
  • Manage workflows. Streamline product flows and information.
  • Integrate with any ERP. Better process coordination, from manufacturing to the delivery of goods to the end customer.
Increase storage capacity by up to
Decrease handling operations by up to
Eliminate errors by up to
  • Profitability. A fast ROI, thanks to immediate benefits to operations.
  • Lower logistics overhead. Optimise your work force and handling costs.
  • Exact, high-speed picking. Better pick times and a huge reduction of errors.
  • Automation of the flow of information and processes. Get real-time updates about throughput, which will speed up critical decision making.
  • Evolution. It adapts to the growing needs of your business or market trends, such as omnichannel marketing or e-commerce, streamlining orders picked by waves and cross-docking.

Efficiency, control and flexibility to achieve success in the logistics supply chain


The best tool to oversee and consolidate business growth

Easy WMS is a powerful, versatile software, with multi-owner, multi-site and multi-language functionalities, which streamlines warehouse management, no matter the size or type of warehouse you are running. It controls, coordinates and manages all movements, processes and operations, multiplying profitability in all areas: receipt, storage, picking and dispatch of exit orders.

Two architectural setups guarantee scalability and adaptability to the resources of any company:

  • SaaS (Software as a Service)
    This cloud-based model is 100% online. Depending on the functionalities purchased, a customer gets access to the Easy WMS, the associated apps and updates from any browser by paying a subscription. Everything goes through a secure connection and without having to invest in IT infrastructure to house the software. The monthly user fee includes product and customer service support. Using this option reduces setup times, as well as costs of ownership
  • On-premise
    In the on-premise model, both the software and the hardware required to run Easy WMS must be set up in a customer’s installation.
    In the control and management hierarchy, Easy WMS is located immediately below the company’s global management system (ERP) from which Easy receives direct orders about operations that must be carried out (planned inputs, orders to be dispatched, etc.) and to which Easy sends information about operational outcomes. Communication is direct, without intermediate layers and with minimum errors during data transfer, thus achieving top security of information and stability.

Easy WMS comes in three different packages, to suit a company’s specific business requirements and to reduce setup costs. You can upgrade your package at any time.



Ideal for SMEs who need a standard, yet powerful warehouse management software.


Designed for SMEs that need more advanced functionalities.


Designed for companies with complex logistics requirements and those which need a highly customised setup.
  Our quick setup means it is business as usual. Includes sophisticated functions and the possibility of expanding via additional modules. Get fully customised software and one compatible with all the tools and apps of the WMS.
Drill down browsing features
Input order management
Cross-docking: stock dispatched without being stored
Wave order management
Shipping route management
Kit & equipment management
Barcode labelling
Complete system configuration
Handle loose stock and LPNs
Built-in safety measures
Active directory integration
Item aliases
Conversions & launches
Reception & dispatch profiles
Logistics profiles
ABC classification
Item types
Container and location lock types
Stock quality status
Suppliers & supplier types
Carrier agencies
Third party carriers: companies, accounts & account types
Input & output classes
Reasons for stock adjustments
Hazards and hazard classes
Location profiles
Item family
Alternative items
Supplier receipt management
Blind receipt
Supplier reception
Quick receipt of identical containers
Advanced Notice Reception (ANR) of containers transfers between warehouses
Receipt documentation
Container labelling
Location rules & strategies manager
Direct replenishment of locations set aside for picking
Management of location restrictions
Cross-docking to warehouse: manage cross-docking locations
Manual replenishment of picking locations
Put away replenishment strategies for picking
Top off replenishment
Demand based replenishment
Replenishment of breakage of minimum stock levels
Exit order management
Configuration of stock assignment rules
Automatic release of orders
Picking by paper order
Picking by order
Manual picking
Undo order prep in exit orders
Creation of documentation and ERP notification upon finalisation of the exit order
Partial closure of exit orders
Load management
Merging of exit orders
Automatic delivery of tasks to operators according to work area configuration and handling equipment
Manual lorry unloading
Wave picking
Lorry loading
Automatic closure of exit and route orders
Put exit orders on hold (without stock deallocation)
Exit order stoppage
Manual deallocation
Route loading
Exit order grouping. Subsequent manual unbundling
Manual stock reserve
Stock assigning with management of alternative items for exit order lines and master data
Put away management
Container management
Stock management
Visual display of the warehouse and its stock
Manual location counting
Lost & found location management
Manual stock adjustment
Incidents during tasks
Quality control
Guided counting (of location, container or item)
Leftovers & excess stock
Kit assembly
Request assembly manual
Dock & buffer management
Auditing of user actions
Warehouse parameter management
Reports & statistics

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  • Backed by a solid company with more than 50 years of experience.

  • More than 370 engineers work exclusively on developing software solutions.

  • Mecalux adapts to your company’s needs and objectives.

  • Continuous software development and updates, thanks to substantial investments in R&D.