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Track your stock across the supply chain.
Our multifaceted Inventory management system keeps a tight grip on both finished goods inventory and operating goods (MRO) by using automations to closely monitor inbound and outbound stock whilst combining live data visualization with key analytics to gauge optimal stock levels, sales tracking performance and effective zonal positioning for rapid outbound response so finished goods (i.e. FMCG's) are able to reach the end user with as little operating friction as possible ultimately boosting productivity and cost efficiency, and providing a better all round user and customer experience.
The focus on live data provides an acute automated and intuitivite response from the system thus limiting the need for less reliable manual input i.e. person stock checks and therefore provides more accurate figures than a manual inventory check operative.
Grow quicker and easier
When a business grows in size and complexity, the need for a more complex system to manage it is also increased. When new product lines, staff, and production lines are required because of growing customer demand, the organization of those stocks and materials becomes harder to manage.
It is important to get control over physical inventory from the get-go if you plan to upscale your business. Rapid growth creates a barrage of extra work, including hiring personnel, moving to larger premises and/or multiple locations, and renegotiating terms with existing suppliers and forging ties with new suppliers. Having an efficient stock/inventory system already embedded into your business will most certainly help lessen immense growing pains as we scale effortlessly alongside you.
Purchase order management – Manage supplier purchase orders and sync them to actual stock levels. Simplifies the procurement process and ensures stock quantities received are correct.
Receiving & putaway – Easily schedule goods in and our intelligent putaway function will recommend the optimal location within the warehouse to store the stock.
Location control – Manage multiple locations / zones within the warehouse and allocate it to certain types of stock or a particular contract / customer. Integrate Multiple warehouses.
Traffic light indicator - Alert users that inbound and outbound loads have arrived on-time, been delayed, cancelled or rescheduled.
Storage optimisation Logic – Optimise stock locations within the warehouse. E.g popular SKUs located closer to goods out. Fragile goods stored in less frequented locations.
Zonal Planning - arrange finished goods within each warehouse by particular zones i.e. racking position based on their perishability or seasonality for maximum inventory efficiency.
Damage reporting – Easily log and report received damages and damage occurrence within the warehouse.
Warehouse layout planning - Map out your warehouse and create custom zones/locations. Easily allocate your zones/locations for different uses, i.e goods in, goods out, picking, perishable goods, or reserve it for use by a particular customer.
Inventory management systems dictate the speed at which inventory and products get to your customers, how reliably you can consistently fulfill a customer sales order, and allow your customers more visibility into your process - increasing trust levels between customer and company. #
Customers will have a much higher rate of satisfaction if they can reliably count on your organization to deliver an order in a timely manner - especially if they are updated as to its availability and progress along its fulfilment journey. #
This is especially true in terms of business-to-business relationships. For retail consumers a missed deadline can be inconvenient but for business, it can mean lost profits and missed sales.
Stock level controls
Maintain stock levels within the warehouse for finished goods to ensure you have enough stock on hand to fulfil customer orders and prevent paying extra in time, resources and money to retrieve additional stock from other locations to fulfil orders.
Create notifications for low stock levels based on your own thresholds, and prevent overstock by linking into purchase order systems to minimize the number of excess stock items that may be occupying valuable space in your warehouse. ability to plan purchases and sales in advance.
Automatically route orders to specific warehouses based on sales channels, stock levels or destination addresses.
Specialist inventory tracking
Our system provides flexibility to manage specialist inventory types - such as perishable goods i.e. FILO, FEFO and FIFO.
Smart Hub provides automatic FEFO stock allocation management for perishable products with a dynamic table which prioritises First to Expire Goods with custom expiry date warning notifications so users are warned ahead of time to ensure little wastage.
Take control of batches and lots: Ensure every piece of inventory that flows through your warehouse can be tracked to its group of origin by tracking which batches have been sent to specific customers in case of product recall events.
Serial Numbers: Incorporate individual serial number tracking for high value goods on outbound despatch - such as IMEI numbers for high end mobile phones.
Full Audit Trail: All stock transactions are fully auditable. Every stock transaction is stored with the order ID, customer name and operator that committed the action. These are all easily exportable to excel for reconciling.
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