Warehouse Logistics stakes
Warehouse logistics now enters in an age of strong competition, in which assimilation of new technologies should contribute to a bettter control of logistics costs, together with a constant improvement of the Quality of Services asked by the customers.
Warehouse Information System and Supply Chain Management
The Information System of a Warehouse includes generally several levels:
- Level 3 : the ERP, for the management of orders, invoicing and stock-up;
- Level 2 : the WMS, for the management of flows of goods and physical spaces.
As a present trend of the market, these elements are now included in the
more global frame of Supply Chain Management.
Advanced Planning and Scheduling tools complete the action of the WMS,
in charge of inventory and monitoring, offering Decision Support and Resources Optimization, at both operational and
WAREPLAN 2.0 allows to identify bottlenecks, to smooth the workload and brings capability for a quick solving of unexpected events.
Concretely, this turns on:
- better response time to the market,
- better forecast,
- better work organization,
- high productivity gains.
Return On Investment is quick: increasing of Turnover and Quality of Services, cost cutting.