PowerHouseWMS Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

PowerHouseWMS

Warehouse management systems that work for You!

4.22/5 (9 reviews)

PowerHouseWMS Pricing

Pricing model: One Time License, Subscription

Contact QSSI for pricing information. Per user pricing starting at $200.

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PowerHouseWMS Pricing Reviews

2 reviewers had the following to say about PowerHouseWMS's pricing:

Thomas Dick

Keeps all of our warehouses in Sync

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2017-07-21
Review Source: Capterra

Organization is paramount in our business. Each item in inventory is very expensive IE transmissions and automotive electronics. Without a solid WMS we could not be successful.

Pros
Software is very robust and limitless in its capabilities . As a tier one supplier to the automotive group FCA Chrysler and Delphi respectively we have to be up 100 percent of the time. We have this system deployed in all of our warehouses and our inventory audits are always balanced with physical counts from the assembly plants.

Cons
Its takes a little while to really understand all the different capabilities Powerhouse has. However, once learned you can say with confidence to your customer , Yes we can do that.

Response from QSSI


Thanks, Tom! Very much appreciate the feedback. Ed

Rating breakdown

Value for money
Ease of use
Features
Customer support

Likelihood to recommend: 10/10

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Charles Ross

Powerhouse WMS

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2018-07-20
Review Source: Capterra

It has been difficult to implement / transition from our previous system while trying to stay in business. If you have the ability to shut down your operation for a couple of weeks, then it would be much easier.

Pros
Flexibility / configuration - software can support many different business models / workflows

Cons
Zero documentation. There is no user guide. There is no administrative guide. There is no integration documentation. If there is a question, you need to engage QSSI, wait for a response, and then pay an invoice for support time. There isn't even a help system. The integration documentation we were provided with was years out of date, and not accurate. It is also based on flat file integration when we are using web services. Also, annual maintenance fees are very high (25% of the purchase price every year). Would be a little more tolerable if we didn't also receive an invoice every time we made a phone call to ask a question (almost always because there is no system documentation)

Response from QSSI


Charles,
Your feedback shows that we have not done enough to share what tools and resources are available to your team. And, perhaps in our next conversation I can help resolve some of the perceptions you have regarding costs for support. Go-lives for clients are seldom (if ever) as involved and methodical as what you are experiencing. So, my goal will be to help you appreciate the effort my team is doing to assure your success and I¿m looking forward to touching base with you, soon. Ed

Rating breakdown

Value for money
Ease of use
Features
Customer support

Likelihood to recommend: 7/10

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