Estás aquí: Inicio » Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) » ERP Warehouse Management System

ERP Warehouse Management System

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.


A software system that automates the registration process information in the store, from the inputs, executing orders, handling and tracking of the references to the outputs and the consequent automated customer invoicing for various concepts pre-configured. Useful for Logistics Operators and Distribution Companies.


  • 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.


WEB technology developed into one of the following base software (database managers): Oracle 11g Standard Edition, with 100% compatible with any version of MS Windows and Linux operating system. Easy installation and reduced time.