Warehouse Management System

Warehouse Management System (WMS)

A Warehouse Management System (WMS) is a software application used by warehouses and distribution centers to facilitate and optimize the receiving, put-away, picking and shipping processes in a warehouse. It does this through automation and integration with other business systems such as ERP and e-commerce platforms. Warehouse Management System (WMS) is a software application used by warehouses and distribution centers to facilitate and optimize the receiving, put-away, picking and shipping processes in a warehouse. It does this through automation and integration with other business systems such as ERP and e-commerce platforms.

Key Features of a WMS
  • - Inventory Management - Tracks stock levels in real-time, generates replenishment notifications. Performs cycle counts.
  • - Receiving - Records incoming goods, validates orders, directs put-away. Supports license plate functionality.
  • - Put-away - Assigns storage locations for items based on rules like type, size etc. Generates routes for workers.
  • - Picking - Directs order picking, optimizes routes to pick multiple orders. Supports wave, cluster and zone picking.
  • - Shipping - Confirms order completeness, releases shipments, generates labels and documentation.
  • - Labor Management - Tracks worker performance, attendance, training through devices like scanners.
  • - Analytics - Provides visibility into processes through reports on productivity, capacity, exceptions etc.
  • - Integration - Connects to upstream ERP and downstream fulfillment systems for data flow.
Benefits of Implementing a WMS
  • - Increased productivity through optimized workflows and digital job aids.
  • - Improved inventory accuracy with real-time monitoring and cycle counting.
  • - Reduced operating costs through higher SKU densities and lower handling requirements.
  • - Enhanced customer satisfaction by fulfilling orders accurately and on time.
  • - Greater visibility enabling superior decision making for planning production and logistics.

In summary, a WMS brings the level of control, automation and insights required to efficiently manage warehouse and fulfillment operations in increasingly complex global supply chains.

Client:
Clare Green

Category:
Warehouse Management System

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