At CIM, we do more than just design, develop and programme warehouse management software – our product is our passion.
Inspired by perfect material flows and smooth processes, we engineer perfection in the warehouse and have been designing and installing software products of the highest technical and quality standards for almost 30 years.
The model behind our success is the honey bee – a master logistician who excels in economy, clarity and sustainability.
PROLAG®World our Web-based, modular warehouse management software brings order to your warehouse.
Stringent documentation standards means that the software remains enduarble on a long-term basis.
We and our software are constantly evolving based on our guiding values of sustainability, standardisation and reliability.
Thanks to the modular design principle of PROLAG®World, the customer can select the processes and modules required for a tailor-made solution. Additional features can be activated at any time. All processes are standardised and can be customised as required.
The Benefits of our warehouse management software:
- Web-based: Secure access worldwide via the internet.
- Browser-based: Accessible via smartphone, tablet, PC or forklift terminal.
- Compatible with any database or operation system, multilingual and environment-independent.
- Modular in design: Individual functions, packages and modules can be activated as required.
- UML documentation: Increases your independence from CIM, adds value to the product and provides structured programme code.
- Customer-specific online help: All functions are explained by up-to-date documentation which is tailored to your requirements.
PROLAG®World is the epitome of state-of-the-art warehouse management software.
The software has been installed successfully by numerous companies and is certified by SAP. PROLAG®World is also validated annually by the Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics.
PROLAG®World fully complies with the new VDI Guideline 3601 for Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) as issued by the Association of German Engineers. This guidelines describes the tasks and functionalities required of an IT system for Warehouse Management. It also defines the relevant terminology and acronyms, describes the administrative and functional environment and explains how the WMS is integrated into the upstream and downstream IT systems.