IoT based – Inventory/Warehouse Management System
Connected devices and sensors in products and materials help organizations to ensure they can produce and ship the right quantity of goods at the right price to the right place at the right time. All of these features fall under the internet of things (IoT).
Such IoT data can integrate into a WMS to help manage routing of the products from the pick-up point to the end point. This integration enables organizations to develop pull-based supply chains, rather than push-based supply chains. Pull-based supply chains are driven by customer demand, which allows the organization more flexibility and responsiveness, while a push-based supply chain is driven by long-term projections of customer demand.
Intelligent dashboards enable real-time operational analysis, reporting, and alert management.
Gain greater inventory visibility, analyze warehouse throughput, monitor warehouse operations.
Leverage reporting, alerting and scheduling capabilities.
Manage and track workforce performance based on quantifiable goals with KPIs.
Set material handling goals for warehouse tasks and value added service activities.
Measure task completion times and analyze productivity by cost center, work group, work area, & process type.
Maximize the efficiency of warehouse and in-store operations.
Manage and allocate inventory across warehouse locations.
Respond rapidly to customer-specific, value-added services requests.