"I wholeheartedly recommend it to any company that is truly interested in maximizing the efficiencies of their warehouse."



When I got your book I didn't put it down till it was finished. After I read the first chapter I had to find out what you were going to say the next chapter and the chapter after that. Being in a sales position, your book not only made me look at myself and my position, but at every position in the company. It made me realize that no matter how big or small a position is in a company, it is a very important piece of the puzzle.  Every piece needs to fit in order to complete the final picture. 

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WMS 101 HANDBOOK (A Guide For: Selecting, Implementing and Maintaining a Warehouse Management System----
Many books on the market claim to do a lot of things but this one delivers. Everything we needed: forms, data, evaluations, documentation, etc, was included to ensure our transition from a paper environment to an automated environment. We would have been a statistic without this workbook.

             Bill Halliburton,

Operations Manager


In addition to having a good fundamental understanding of how successful warehouses should be run, Rene' understands the science behind WM, slotting and profiling, productivity, organizations strategy, etc. However, his greatest gifts is his ability to effectively communicate with all levels throughout an organization, and most importantly, to serve as a highly effective trainer.

C. Tom Bromley, III


This workbook has everything you need to make an informed decision when selecting a WMS (barcode) system to run your warehouse: Cost Justification, Vendor Certification, Project Outline and an Internal Operations Questionnaire. Why spend thousands of dollars on consultants when you can have the most valuable tool your warehouse will ever need.



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This Place Sucks! (What your warehouse employees think about your company and how to change their perception.)

Your solutions are SO grounded in common sense it's almost frightening. (The story about the 40 shipping companies comes to mind immediately.) You lay out a very clear plan of attack for those leaders/managers who choose to take a hard, honest look at their operation. And, perhaps most importantly, a good leader, no matter what the industry, will see that your points apply across the board.

Cathy Murphy

Editorial Director

Material Handling Magazine

I really liked your book. Treating your staff with respect and giving them a voice is critical in all operations. I liked that you stress the importance of sharing information and providing adequate training at all levels. I truly believe that an organization cannot function properly or efficiently with only top down direction, there has to be free flowing brainstorming with all levels in all directions. I'm happy to say that we try to incorporate a lot of your call-outs here with our staff. Your perspective did open my eyes on a couple of items that I shared with our HR Director--as we discussed your book.

Bill Glenn

Director of Operations




INVENTORY CONTROL HANDBOOK (Inventory Control is Perhaps the Most Powerful Tool You Have for Containing Your Warehousing Costs!)----

We look forward to future opportunities to utilize the "Quality" services and products provided.

Joel Sandberg

Vice-President of Finance


We could not have improved our warehouse operations without the resources provided by your company. Our two warehouses have increased the accuracy of the inventory, become more productive and now utilize our space more efficiently.

Don Raycroft




This is the most comprehensive workbook on the market today. It will help you uncover all of the issues that cause inventory discrepancies and assist you with developing a plan to eliminate those issues. Learn different ways to Cycle Count and understand why you would use one over the other.


Your pickers, receivers, packers and sales people all affect the accuracy of your inventory whether they know it or not. You have to have the right plan to attack and eradicate the process problems and the culture that prevents a higher level of accuracy.



TLS was instrumental in turning our warehouse around. They studied the efficiencies of procedures: the allocation of resources; the use of space for inventory, shipping and receiving and much more and made well-conceived, sensible recommendations that resulted in big improvements in the work product of our organization.

Roger S. Bloxberg

Chief Executive Officer

I enjoyed reading your book. I have always agreed that if your warehouse canít perform you will not be a great performing company. People are the strength of your business and you have to find out what works best by the employees closest to the operation and have them be part of the team. Your book was a good reminder and helps keeps the focus.

Tom Bruce

Operations Manager


Have you ever wondered if the activities in your warehouse could be improved? Have you ever wondered if all the tasks in your warehouse are performed the same by everyone? And if not, "Why Not?" Did you know that less than 30% of all the warehouses in existence are efficient.


This workbook will open your eyes to a world rarely seen outside of the four walls that enclose your warehouse. Now you have access to a tool that will tell you everything you ever wanted to know, and some things you probably did not, about your warehouse. The processes performed in the warehouse, the layout of your warehouse space and the capabilities of your people. This tool can also be used to benchmark your branch locations against one another to gain a better understanding of how each branch operates and why or why one is more productive than the others.