Logimax Software

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About Logimax

Logimax is a warehouse management system built on the IBMi platform. It is built for 3PL and multi-customer warehouse businesses, but it is also suitable for industries such as consumer packaged goods, pharmaceuticals, cold storage and more. The solution can be cloud-based or installed on-premise and can integrate with the company’s existing systems like ERP, EDI, TMS and more. Logimax offers a warehouse management foundation with additional modules such as e-commerce and yard management that can be added as needed. Users have access to various analyses and reports to monitor KPIs, trends, revenue, costs and more. For every customer or product, every transaction is automatically adjusted to meet the criteria associated with that customer so that rules, rates,...

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Logimax User Reviews


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Vital Medical Distribution

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Company size: 11-50 employees

Industry: Transportation/Trucking/Railroad

Time used: Less than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra



Value for money


Customer support




Reviewed August 2016

Modernized WMS

We were looking to replace our present entry level SaaS WMS that we found inflexible. We looked at 5 different 3PL oriented WMS systems that were in the "affordable" price range and involved our staff in the selection/recommendation process. Our super-users and supervisors found Logimax scored the highest in all of the categories that were the most important to us. It was deployed quickly and lived up to what the references said about it. We are happy with our decision and have found Logimax helps us run our business more profitable and solve our day to day 3PL customer challenges faster.


Easy to use - designed intuitively - we can use temporary labor on the system Flexible - my customers have different requirements, Logimax can mange that. Easy to add new customers and add our complex rating structures Inventory control Good support


I wish they had a west coast support office - I'm told they are cross training someone at their sister company in California