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What functionality does a future automated warehouse management system solution need to provide for a company? Is the standard functions sufficient for warehouse structure and managing master data, inventory and shipping? Or are other functions needed? A control center for handling hazardous materials or mobile equipment, for example? Here, you can learn about the criteria that should be considered when selecting a future warehouse management system.
In recent years, the numbers of functions and features offered by Warehouse Management Systems has been steadily growing. Companies need more and more functions and features to take full advantage of the potential for cost savings within the warehouse and to be able to respond to the future needs of the warehouse environment. This is why efficient warehouse management systems go far beyond the normal warehouse management functions, which are also associated with human resource planning and intelligent, real-time warehouse technology control systems.
In addition to the main control system, some software can choose integration.
Users need to be able to easily expand the software and customize it to their specific needs. Since Warehouse Management System with modular design is highly customizable, they have the advantage of easily adapting to future customer-specific workflows.
In terms of database and server architecture, the more software included, the more flexible it is. Systems built on the basis of a "single code base" have a single standardized software code that provides a high degree of flexibility and can then be used within the company, regardless of the operating system.
When we are using the open interface architecture of the Warehouse Management System, even solutions provided by third-party providers can be easily embedded into the system environment. The certified interfaces are highly configurable in terms of the data used.
The open system can be seamlessly integrated into all common and existing IT architectures without changing the customer's tried and tested hardware and software architecture.
Software must be intuitive and easy to use. Warehouse management systems are usually not user-friendly. Many users spend most of the time in their software systems between the various screens in confusion.
Their productivity depends heavily on the user-friendliness of the software. Therefore, we recommend intensive user testing before the introduction of new software.
For companies operating internationally, warehouse management system projects must be coordinated on a multinational level. Ideally, a centralized software installation for different countries and warehouses can handle the entire inventory management and flow of goods for multinational companies. One should also learn the language required for the software system. This will save the high cost investment in IT staff and high value hardware for multiple sites. For companies operating internationally, it is important that the warehouse management system provider offers support in multiple languages.
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