What is WMS? It stands for Warehouse Management System. A warehouse management system is a software application designed to support and optimize warehouse functionality and distribution center management.
Many organisations are still using the manual record keeping and in-house management systems when it comes to inventory management. While many warehouses would benefit from the use of a warehouse management system only very few engage in the use of a system that works for their organisation.
eCommerce is not longer a fad for businesses in the retail market. It has become a global movement that is leaving many traditional retailers behind. Buyers are now purchasing from the online world, that once was only possible to buy in-store.
Top 5 Overlooked Warehouse Expenses Warehouses are expensive for companies to operate. The costs can be from employee wages, stock, storage systems, materials handling equipment and building expenses. In addition to this, there are further costs that can often go overlooked. Find out the top five overlooked expenses in the warehouse and how to plan […]
Any warehouse racking regardless of size, structure or design needs to be constantly monitored, particularly from a safety perspective. So as to ensure that the warehouse is running as efficiently and safely as possible.
Companies with warehouse racking facilities or storage solutions that move to the cloud spend up to 25% less on labour. In addition to reducing overall costs by over 20%, and achieve ROI at a much faster rate. However, an average of around 10% of Warehouse Management System users are leveraging the cloud.
Customer Service should be the top priority for any business. When considering ways in which to improve your customer service levels, you should take Warehouse Management into account.
Here are some practical tips on how improving your warehouse management can exceed your customer’s expectations.