Warehouse Operations: Count, receive, move, reserve, raise order, print picklist, - pick, pack, print delivery note, print address label and despatch.
Tracking: Commodity batch tracking, pallet tracking, serial number tracking, returns tracking and transaction log of all stock movement.
Stock Check Reports: Fast stock takes with the portable terminal. Variance reports on items checked compared to database holding, showing items not checked with handheld and items checked but not on database
Order Entry with barcode Pick lists and Packing slips: Orders can be raised on a head office call centre database and emailed to a remote depot’s database, which then generates barcode picking lists, packing lists and labels from the orders.
Electronic Order Import: If the order office gets its orders electronically, these can be imported into the central database and then emailed to the depots as above. There is a back order system which can be switched on or off to advise on out of stock items “to follow” or “unavailable”.
Outstanding Order reports: Show all back orders which were the result of out of stock items – summary or details.
Multiple Site integration: Remote upload or leased line direct link enables the maintaining of perpetual inventory at both the call centre and the depot. Cross depot reports show the state of the stock at all sites.
Multiple or Single Location Storage: The same product may be stored in several locations and the picking function directs the picker to the most easily accessible location.
Database Flexible Sorting: By description name or product code – customers, suppliers or products.
Customer Branches: Multiple delivery addresses per customer.
Barcode Picking: The pick lists are generated with a single pick barcode and can be sorted either by row or by level. This means you can avoid use of the forklift for items on the higher levels where there is stock on a lower level
Multiple or Single Picks: Where there are several orders to pick you can generate a single pick-list sorted by location and pick all orders at the same time. Alternatively you can generate a pick-list for each order and give them to individual warehouse personnel import external fixed data – no tedious data set up. Customers, delivery addresses, suppliers, branches, warehouse locations and products can be imported into the database avoiding keyboard data entry.
Archiving: Old orders can be archived off to keep the database fast and slim. Archive orders can be retrieved and viewed without disturbing the main database.
Returns System: With RMA number system and returns history entries.
Packing Labels: These can be generated automatically with the packing list.
Kitting/BOM: Kits making up a product can be put on an order and the pick list will list all the parts. Back orders can be invoked so that partial kits can be picked if necessary.
Stock Reorder Warnings: Flags on the stock list reveal low stock items.
Cost of Space report: Enables you to assess what each product is costing you in terms of warehouse storage.
Create your own reports: Company specific reports with your own logo can be made up off line with Crystal reports and integrated into the system.
User Definable Products Form: You can define your own titles for a selection of the product attribute. Some products need colour and size for example, while others need type, weight and model.
Product Graphics: Pictures of the products can be taken with a digital camera and plugged straight into the database.
Thermal Transfer Labels: Simple barcode labels of products and locations can be printed on any thermal transfer printer.