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Kellen Karimi; G.S. Namusonge (2014)
Journal: International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences
Types: Article
Subjects: Warehouse management, information technology
The general objective was to find out factors affecting warehousing management. The specific objective was; to determine the effect of information technology on warehouse management. The researcher used descriptive research design taking Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology as a case for this study. The target population was 930 and a sample size of 50. The sampling design adopted was stratified random sampling. Data collection was done by use of questionnaires and informal interviews. Majority of respondents (75%), noted that the organization had managed to implement warehouse management system. The study recommends continued investment and training in information technology and adoption of better information sharing tools.
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