Warehouse Management System

With the globalization trend and the rapid advancement of science and technology, logistics activities spanning from production to consumption are increasingly playing a particularly important role in the competitiveness of manufacturing, retail, service industries, and the entire economy.

Therefore, optimizing processes, including logistics, is one of the difficulties that organizations in general, including those in manufacturing, distribution, retail, FMCG,… must address in order to increase their competitiveness. To control the transportation and warehousing of goods in the most efficient way possible, businesses need to apply technology to these tasks. Businesses must use technology to control the transportation and warehousing of commodities as efficientl as feasible. One of the technological solutions for this is Warehouse Management System (WMS).

WMS is an application software designed to control the movement and storage of items in a warehouse and to process related transactions, including receiving, put-away, picking, shipping, and inventory control.

The Warehouse Management System (WMS) solution assists manufacturing companies, retail companies, import/export companies, 3PL companies, and e-commerce companies in efficiently managing their warehouse operations, increasing productivity, and achieving higher profits.

Warehouse Management System (WMS) functionality

Some outstanding features

Warehouse Space DesignAdjust work processes to ensure that goods in the warehouse are allocated logically and appropriately.

Calculate and set up rational slotting bins to maximize warehouse space and arrange seasonal inventory in a logical order.

Inventory TrackingAutomatically identify and collect product data (AIDC), barcode scanners, or radio frequency identification (RFID) to provide precise and simple inventory identification.
Receiving and StorageStore in accordance with predetermined rules.
Supports multiple Receiving and Putaway processes.
In addition, businesses can configure the process according to the actual arising.
Picking and PackingProvide flexible pick-and-pack options. Plan inventory in batches combined with alternating routes to minimize worker travel distance and speed up work completion.
Transportation Management (TMS)After confirming the purchase order, the system automatically generates a bill of lading for the carrier, prints a list of goods to be prepared, and a provisional invoice for the purchaser to confirm. Can send advanced shipping notices (ASN) to other warehouses in the system to prepare to coordinate delivery.
Labor ManagementMonitor and evaluate worker performance using KPI systems. Worker evaluation and categorization should be based on standards.
Yard ManagementHelp managers arrange warehouse yards, direct incoming and outgoing transport vehicles, and easily find the correct shipment.
Warehouse ReportinAnalyze overall performance of warehouse operations and find areas for improvement.

The differences of WMS

Effectiveness after using WMS