E Logistics Warehouse Management System

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• E-logistics warehouse management system
A warehouse management system (WMS) is a software application that supports the day-to-day operations in a warehouse. WMS programs enable centralized management of tasks such as tracking inventory levels and stock locations. There are different types of modules that are an important part of the warehouse system management.
Modules:
 Customer details and Administration model.
 Sales Orders
 Warehouse Management
 Automated Billing from Order
 Reports
The warehouse is divided into specified areas according to technological operations in order to automate inbound, outbound, and in-stock operations. The system enables the client to create a series of work algorithms to assign personnel in the most efficient manner, to accomplish warehousing and inventory movement responsibilities. WMS controls task fulfillment through the scanning of a barcode. Storage locations/storage units, loads and vehicles are all marked with barcodes. The system supports any bar code type, and labels with internal bar codes can be printed out. Material handling equipment and operators are equipped with data collection devices RF handheld scanners and vehicle mounted terminals that wirelessly transmit data to the system. The system considers many storage condition requirements while assigning a product to put away. Temperature and humidity modes, product age and expiration date, vendors and suppliers, compatibility rules and many other parameters are…
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