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WMS – Auto queue

Written by Tina Brands on . Posted in Exact Globe

WMS Auto queue offers you the possibility to automatically send order lines ‘picking’, without the need of having to start the Control Center and select and handle order lines manually. This blog post will further explain this functionality.

WMS – Introduction

Written by Tina Brands on . Posted in Exact Globe

For a manufacturing or trade company, it is important that you have a good insight into your stock and flow of goods. Too much stock will cost money, with insufficient stock, your customers could be disappointed and when there are delivery errors, you even risk losing customers.

With Exact Warehouse Management System (WMS), all this can be avoided. With this solution, it is possible to automate physical flow of goods and optimize logistics processes. E-WMS has real-time inventory information and enables you to meet reliable delivery times.

Always generate an invoice when processing an order in the ICL Sales company

Written by Marcel Thijssen on . Posted in Exact Globe

With Intercompany Logistics (ICL) you automate the logistic transactions between two or more companies. This reduces the number of manual actions. Often transaction such as sales orders, purchase orders, fulfillments and receipts have to be entered twice when you are using two companies. The data has to be registered in both companies, With ICL this only has to be done once.

WMS – ICL

Written by Tina Brands on . Posted in Exact Globe

ICL (Intercompany Logistics) makes it possible to automate the logistic transactions between the sales company and the central warehouse company. This reduces the number of manual actions. Often transactions such as sales orders, purchase orders, fulfillments and receipts have to be entered twice when you are using two companies. The data has to be registered in both companies, with ICL this only has to be done once.

Picking more efficiently

Written by Irene Nuijten on . Posted in Exact Globe

With ‘collect advice per item’, item quantities can be summarized per order or over several orders, to be picked as one total.

Pickorders are collected beforehand, instead of multiple orders for the same item and customer. These can be collected in one order and enables the warehouse employees to pick more quickly and save time.

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