Function and role of digital warehousing

Today’s warehouse operations and inventory control operations have become very complex and diverse, and traditional warehouse management methods in the past have been unable to ensure the efficient use of resources by enterprises. Digital warehouse management combined with a number of advanced technologies has become the trend of modern logistics warehouse management.

Simplified work flow

Traditional warehouse management basically requires manual implementation. Whether it is the sorting of goods, the transportation of materials, or the record of inbound and outbound storage, a large amount of manpower is required to complete. In the process of operation, various human errors are prone to occur, and in severe cases, problems such as goods cannot be found and delivery errors are caused. The digital warehousing system can complete warehouse receipt, shelving, inventory, sorting and shipping through digital technology, ensuring the accurate completion of operations and reducing the cost of mistakes.

Intelligent sorting

The WMS system can flexibly configure various picking rules according to order requirements, including picking by order, picking by box, picking by parts, and sorting by sets, unloading items in the shortest time and sorting them by variety, owner, storage Quickly and accurately classify the location or delivery location, and then deliver the goods to the designated location. Multi-dimensional wave strategies can also be set according to the owner, order type and goods to meet the needs of diversified and refined picking, which can greatly improve the classification of goods. picking efficiency.

Improve order response speed

The WMS system can realize “one pallet management”. By directly matching the order distribution rules set by the system with the goods in the warehouse closest to the customer, the goods can be delivered to the customer at the fastest speed, which maximizes the efficiency of the system. Inventory turnover rate, thus avoiding the shortage of goods, slow sales and so on.

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