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Cloud Based Warehouse Management System

Warehouse Robots: Pros and Cons

Manufacturing warehouses witnessing a major change from human labor to warehouse robots. As human work would not completely go out of the picture, their role will change to operate robots. The main purpose of Artificial intelligence is to create the system that thinks, works, and processes situations in a human-like manner but with half the time than humans take to complete particular tasks. Manufacturers and Retailers are looking forward to robots in their warehouse, as they reduce logistical costs.

In warehouses, robots can pick up complete product shelves and drop it to different packing locations in warehouse itself. With help of sensors robots avoid collisions, algorithm built in bots determine picking and dropping decisions.

PROS AND CONS

The main advantages of warehouse robots are time effectiveness and cost reduction. Human labor requires leaves, lunch breaks, insurance and many several benefits but as robots come into picture, all these requirements are eliminated and they

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Advantages to Having a Warehouse Management System

According to the Logistics Management Technology Usage Study, 50 percent of logistics operations are currently using a Warehouse Management System (WMS) and 44% of those not using one plan to purchase in the next 12 months. Whether you are currently using a WMS and looking to upgrade, plan to purchase one, or are still unsure of the benefits, there are many things that should be taken into consideration to assure your Warehouse operations align with your business goals and if a WMS is right for you. We have outlined below some of the key benefits to implementing a Warehouse Management System into your operations.

A Warehouse Management System (WMS) is used to help companies control the movement of storage of materials within a warehouse. Some of the top benefits to a WMS include:

Inventory Management – The first and probably biggest benefit to having a WMS is full visibility into your inventory. Gone are the days when you had to have an operator manually determine what your inventory

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Top Qualities to Look For in a Warehouse Management System

1) Maximum Functionality

Obviously, the first thing you need to learn about a WMS solution is what it can do for you.

When analyzing a WMS solution, ask yourself, “Will this WMS streamline our business processes?” For instance, if your company has a hard time measuring employees’ productivity, a good WMS solution will help. A WMS should be able to track what tasks an employee has performed (and where they were performed), giving you direct visibility your workforce’s efficiency.

 2) Ease of Use

If a WMS is easy to use, it will reduce the amount of time you spend on employee training – for ALL employees, from pickers to senior management. A well-designed WMS lets users spend less time setting up and monitoring daily operations, so they are able to quickly adapt to new requirements. New employees can also be up and running in a matter of hours, instead of weeks. Most importantly, clear navigation ensures that all employees will be able to leverage the WMS functionality to the fullest

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