Warehouse Management Software

Warehouse Management Systems

The evolution of warehouse management systems (WMS) is very similar to that of many other software solutions. Initially a system to control movement and storage of materials within a warehouse, the role of WMS is expanding to including light manufacturing, transportation management, order management, and complete accounting systems.

A WMS should have atleast

Have a flexible location system.
Utilize user-defined parameters to direct warehouse tasks.
Have some built-in level of integration with data collection devices.

Do You Really Need WMS ?

Not every warehouse needs a WMS. Certainly any warehouse could benefit from some of the functionality but is the benefit great enough to justify the initial and ongoing costs associated with WMS?
Warehouse Management Systems are big, complex, data intensive, applications. They tend to require a lot of initial setup, a lot of system resources to run, and a lot of ongoing data management to continue to run.



The Claims of WMS:

Rreduce inventory.
Reduce labor costs.
Increase storage capacity.
Increase customer service.
Increase inventory accuracy.

WMS Setup

Location Sequence.
Fixed Location.
Random Location.
First-in-first-out (FIFO).
Last-in-first-out (LIFO).
Quantity or UOM.
Lot Sequence.
Task Interleaving.
Automated Data Collection.


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