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Warehouse Inventory Management System

Conduct Warehouse Inventories with warehouse mobile Application:

The warehouse mobile application managing your warehouse workflow, which allows users to perform their tasks on mobile devices to facilitate quickly and effectively. The Inventory menu of the warehouse application allows warehouse labor to track the material items in your warehouse. You can access your up-to-date material stock information like Shelf No, Pallets No, Bin Status, Sku Search, Serial No, Lot No, Stock adjustment etc. You can start administrating your Put-away & Picking process in warehousing. Using this application you can handle warehousing inbound & outbound process as well as moving the material with Transfer Orders or Warehouse Movements. With the help of Barcode scanning devices your stock-taking process becomes faster and easier. You can access these Mobile application in offline mode.

Warehouse Operations Became Simple by using the Mobile App:

Receiving & Put Away

Order Fulfillment & Shipping

Track goods which are shipped in and shipped out

History of warehouse

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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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Warehouse Hardware solutions in Brilliant Info System Pvt ltd

1) Barcode scanner: - Barcode scanners emerged shortly after the introduction of wireless technology and have become a staple in many WMS today. A barcode scanner is a hardware device used by many companies to read barcodes in the warehouse, print out product information or labels, and log products into the warehouse management system’s database. Barcode scanners can come in many sizes, shapes and forms depending on the company’s intended use for the hardware.

 2) Smartphones: - A mobile computer is basically a barcode scanner with a display screen and its own operating system. The hardware was designed to act like a portable PC with barcode scanning capabilities. As mobility became more desirable, companies began to adopt more mobile warehouse management hardware solutions. While not the most common piece of warehouse management hardware, smartphones are beginning to emerge onto the hardware scene. Many companies have started using smartphones as data collection devices. Smartphones

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Pick To Light Warehouse

In complex warehouses there are number of picking zones and picking locations. In such warehouses, there are number of orders and number of picks to be performed each hour and for this, warehouse staff must be fast and accurate so that customer orders are fulfilled with satisfaction.

Over the time, there have been a number of technological inventions in warehouse systems and one of those is the “pick to light” system.

Pick to light is one of the advance technology of picking which provides an accurate method of picking and assembling of products and it is completely paperless system.

How Pick To Light Works

The basic system include lights above the racks or bins, and at each product location there is alphanumeric display. Barcode of particular order is assigned to picking container. Container then goes to the picking zone with help of conveyor belt. At picking zone, operator will scan a barcode that is on a picking container which represents the customer order. Barcode scanner is i

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