Warehouse management

The warrant inventory accounting system can be used for the warehouse management. The warrant warehouse system can turn on independently for shipping and supply processes. The warehouse warrants can be written out in accordance with the order documents only, such as orders or invoices. The record of received but unexecuted orders is kept.  The warehouse work could be completely based on “electronic orders”.

 The subsystem provides for the point-of-use storage of items, that is stock balance management by “bin locations” (storage bins, shelves) and packing. The system allows managing the items sorting on bin locations on their arrival, assemblage from bin locations on their shipping, items hauling and dekitting. On items stowage and assemblage the program algorithms match the optimal bin locations automatically, and on high intensity of inventory transactions they control the collisions to not appear.

 The subsystem allows creation of various working areas for optimal access to storage bins and determination of the round check order of storage bins, for example the working areas for forklift truck functioning and for hand sorting of items by the warehouse workers. One can specify various sorting strategies during the items sorting for optimization of items stowage in storage bins.  For example, during the items sorting to empty first the storage bins with minimal amount of items. That enables to empty the storage bins for stowage of newly arrived items. The mechanism of anticipated storage bins replenishment of point-of-use warehouse (premises) allows upgrading the sorting speed on items shipping from the warehouse. The point-of-use storage of items could be used optionally.

 The multistep process of items inventory was realized and includes composition of inventory orders, giving orders to recalculate the stock balance in bin locations, separate displaying of surpluses and shortages in records management and  financial accounting.

 The subsystem allows automating the process of goods delivery to customers, as well as the delivery process on goods transition between warehouses. The goods delivery could be carried out directly to the addresses of customers (warehouses) or by the shipping company (carrier). The delivery orders are given with consideration of the delivery area, the route course of delivery addresses, and carrying capacity of a vehicle.

 Main innovation of solution and functional evolution:

  • The complex hierarchical structure of warehouses.
  • The point-of-use warehouse management.
  • The separate stock-taking by orders – the requirements reservation.
  • The mobile working areas of warehouse workers.
  • The calculation of returnable package.
  • The management of items inventory.
  • The statistical inventory analysis, the results storage of ABC/XYZ analysis.
  • The calculation of predictable requirements.
  • The items management by effective date on warehouses.
  • The delivery management.
  • The inventory calendar (the prediction of stock balance).