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Warehouse management system should be tightly linked with ERP platforms to ensure that staff and other departments are not left out of the loop and have a hazy view of the supply chain.
FREMONT, CA: Every manufacturing organization's foundation is its warehouse. Just a place where items are procured, stored, and dispersed for further processing. Warehouse Management System WMS assists in directing or validating every warehouse process, including inspection, procurement, acceptance, and put-away, as well as picking, packing, order assembly, and shipping. To effectively manage the distribution channels' client demand, a WMS is required.
Warehouse Management System Must-Have Features
ERP integration is seamless.
As a result of the integration of WMS data with the ERP, data is more accurate and can be tracked in real-time across the enterprise. All information is saved on a single platform and is well coordinated with that of the other departments due to this system. So, if salespeople are unfamiliar with the warehouse management system, they will be unable to update their consumers on the status of their orders adequately.
Mobile Deployment - Access Anytime, Anywhere
In today's tech-driven environment, employees travel internationally, work flexible hours, and require fast access to data in warehouses, meetings, and conferences. A mobile-friendly interface is essential in a warehouse management system that can be accessed via handheld devices. It enables managers to configure authority, view a list of purchase orders, raw materials, finished items, and inventory tracking while on the go.
The data is automatically updated on the ERP system when it is changed on the web-enabled or mobile-friendly WMS. This improves communication across departments and provides real-time inventory usage and visibility to the staff members who will be taking the jump in the future. Field workers can generate reports, record transactions, and manage daily activities all from their mobile devices.
Inventory Flow (Inbound and Outbound)
Picking and sending products is, without a doubt, a time-consuming and perplexing operation that necessitates careful organization and supervision. The warehouse status is indicated on a goods receipt regarding a purchase order, manufacturing order, delivery, or other goods receipt. The company must keep a record and a list of items received so that the appropriate departments can handle them.