Warehouse & Inventory Management
Lighten the load in your warehouse managementcentralize your procedures and make your warehouse processes run smoothly.
Let’s have a look at the typical flow you might see in an average Warehouse Management process to better understand what it encompasses. Starting from the reception of a product or good, until it’s delivery to the customer (and possible return).
Receiving or Inbound process
Whenever a good or product gets delivered to one of your facilities it needs to be verified, logged into the system and correctly stored or be prepared to ship through to its next location; this is sometimes referred to as cross-docking. Since this is the very first step for all incoming goods any mistake during its reception could cause problems down the line.
Layout and slotting
This aspect of Warehouse Management truly benefits from data-driven decisions. Choosing where to place each item in your warehouse should be a process informed with data specific to your circumstances.
Related items, that are often bought together, should probably be closer to each other while one that is often confused for the other might be better placed further away. Perhaps leave items with higher rotation closer to the front and items with slower rotation towards the back. A series of decisions that yield best results when backed by data.
User-friendly & intuitive navigation tailored to your specific needs
Consolidate field rep tasks (Store call activities, pitch book, surveys, product distribution, digital catalog, reporting) while eliminating paperwork
Cloud based ecosystem that connects to central office and vice versa ensuring a reduction in errors
Collects data for analytic reports integrating agent notes, details, descriptions, and images right in the field
With 95% of sales still coming from traditional retail channels, consumer goods companies need better ways to collaborate with retail partners to ensure successful retail execution.
Retail Audits are used to make sure that products are displayed on the shelf to ensure that customers can find the product, and when they do find it, to make sure that it appears in the most appealing way possible.
Retail Audits are typically performed on a periodic basis to make sure that the product is consistently available and managed well on the retail shelf.
Time and route planners
Real time reporting
Picture and signature capture
Connects to barcode scanners and printers via Bluetooth
Merchandising In-Store AuditsCustomers have seen
Going through the process, step by step.
What’s next? You ask.
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The order in which a list of items is picked up in the warehouse can have a serious impact on productivity.
The time it takes to go from one item to the next accumulates and will eventually take a toll on your bottom line. That is why creating efficient routes for your team is essential