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How Warehouse Inventory Management Software Transforms Supply Chain Efficiency

Louis García,Director, Supply Chain Operations,Hub Group

Louis García,Director, Supply Chain Operations,Hub Group

Warehouse inventory management systems can help in transforming supply chain efficiency into process performance gains while ensuring accuracy, compliance, and cost reduction. 

Supply chains are the lifeblood of any business, sustaining their potential to compete with new customers and fulfill orders to existing ones, making Warehouse Inventory Management Software vital to growth. For any organization to grow, they have to excel in every aspect of Supply Chain Management from planning, logistics, fulfillment, optimization, including warehouse performance. The competitiveness in every industry is increasing, making supply chains and the warehouses that allow them more essential than ever. Here are some ways a warehouse inventory management software system improves operations.

• Improving Inventory Management

Inventory management accuracy and visibility is the valuable benefit of any warehouse inventory management software system as it translates directly into cost and time savings. Enhancing inventory management accuracy and visibility needs a focused method to capture the most valuable metrics of performance and then to track their performance over time.

• Fine Tuning Order Fulfillment

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Distributed Order Management (DOM) systems are the cornerstone of any successful Supply Chain Management system and are vital for the successful performance of a WMS. The benefit of having an integrated Order Management and Warehouse Inventory Management Software system is that orders can be rapidly processed, fulfilled, and often shipped with the whole process managed electronically within the warehouse. The right Warehouse Inventory Management Software is capable of offering on-time delivery, line accuracy, order cycle time, and perfect order completion.

• Enhancing Warehouse Productivity

Getting more work done in less time is a problem every business faces. Increasing productivity within a warehouse starts with an optimized approach to pick-and-pack and then progresses to fine-tuning order fulfillment. At the center of the warehouse, productivity is the requirement to ensure pick-and-pack performance is keeping up with the work cycle in a company. One of the most effective methods to continually increasing warehouse productivity is to gain insights from a series of vital metrics.

• Streamlining Automated Data Collection

Barcoding is the long-proven standard for automating data gathering and can aid in increasing order accuracy and warehouse management. All Warehouse Inventory Management Software matches and platforms help some form of automated data collection.

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