Today, technological investment in the business world is a necessary as advantageous. If you lack of a Warehouse Management Software (Version May 3, 2014) as a logistics operator, surely will be the one that best suits the needs of your company.
WMS is a SOFTWARE designed by Advanced Computer Systems Ltd.
WHAT IS IT?
- Facilitates business management, is easy to use and learn.
- Increase the availability of information.
- Optimize staff's traveling.
- Optimizes shelf space.
- Unifies the procedures for the same task in the warehouse.
- Eases the warehouse personnel's work.
- Provides occupancy level of the warehouse - pallet free gap.
- Provides the occupancy percentage of the free and occupied pallet holes.
- Provides relocation references for daily warehouse optimization, determining the occupancy percentage of the pallet per customer.
- Determines the minimum level of references in picking areas, for daily replacement movement as references per day, according to the average output per product.
- Provides inventory level for customer references and the corresponding stocks' break of the customer.
- Appreciation of the real stock in store per customer.
- It also allows management on the stages of picking, preparation of the order and dispatch. In the system, areas or locations stored for each product, with a minimum number of units are defined. The further optimized system issues picking lists, reducing picking times.
The Warehouse Management System for a logistics operator consists of four modules:
1. Customer management
- Informs customer inventory status.
- Modifies the parameters to customize different customer situations.
- Maintains customer information, prices, order history, shipping history, and other parameters for overall management of the warehouse.
2. Warehouse management
- Allows access to and updates the central inventory file.
- Gives listings of interest to the customer or for the warehouse management.
- Records incoming and outgoing references.
- Manages the permanence of the references in the warehouse.
3. Billing management
- Performs customer billing by billable concepts.
4. Order and invoice management
- Processes customer orders by files and the collection of failed deliveries.
- Turnover by product, in addition to the basic services provided by the warehouse.
- Ability to perform sales and warehouse references from multiple predefined recipients.
- Make orders visualizing previous sale prices and a specific expiration date or to the first thing that is going to expire.
- Leave pending only missing references in backlog to be addressed as soon as stock.
- Apply a different VAT to each reference.
- Issuing invoices for each delivery note or grouping several invoices by date of departure or by invoices' numbers.
- Monitoring receipts with the ability to accept partial payments.
- Monitoring payment and charges.
- Monitoring sales by commercial agents.
- Monitoring suppliers.
- Monitoring orders to suppliers.
Depending on what the situation or Logistic Operator Distribution Company is located must adapt processes and data to this system through a migration study and previous budget.