Warehouse Management Software

RFID – The Smart Phone Of Your Operation

Warehouse Management Software controls many aspects of warehouse operations, from receiving and storing items to retrieving and shipping them. You can design your warehouse to make the most of your available space, your employees’ time, and the unique storage requirements of the goods that you stock. You can structure your warehouse in almost limitless detail, so you can know exactly where everything is and the exact quantity you have on hand. This allows you to maintain a continuous flow of goods and gives you the competitive edge in delivering goods to your customers quickly and efficiently.

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Warehouse Management Software

RFID – The Smart Phone of Operation

Warehouse Management Software controls many aspects of warehouse operations, from receiving and storing items to retrieving and shipping them. You can design your warehouse to make the most of your available space, your employees’ time, and the unique storage requirements of the goods that you stock. You can structure your warehouse in almost limitless detail, so you can know exactly where everything is and the exact quantity you have on hand. This allows you to maintain a continuous flow of goods and gives you the competitive edge in delivering goods to your customers quickly and efficiently.

Warehouse Management Software

Accuracy & Speed

With User-defined rules for stock movement and parameters for items and locations to control stock movement you have complete control over fixed and random locations for more efficient stock movement. This gives you the ability to review warehouse contents using multiple levels of detail. You can audit trail reporting of inventory movement, create a logical model of your warehouse, too.

Being able to generate an audit trail of reports for each stock movement helps you sequence your employees’ trips through the warehouse to maximize their productivity and with the ease of using it just like your smart phone you can confirm stock movement with minimal data-entry keystrokes.

First In First Out…

picking you can move your oldest inventory first using date-of-receipt tags and expiration date codes.

Units of Measure…

allow you to choose locations according to the item’s unit of measure to ensure the best fit and maximization of your available warehouse space. You can also allow the system to combine or break down units of measure to speed up inventory movement or maximize utilization of locations.

Automatic Replenishment…

of locations enable the system to monitor every location in your warehouse and can trigger stock movements to replenish your picking locations automatically when you deplete stock quantities to a point that you define.

Item Ledger…

gives you a history of all inventory movements.

Inclusion Rules…

pull up the order types (sales, purchase, and so on) and the order statuses that the system processes.

The abilities are nearly endless, we can add new functionality as your needs and business practices evolve. Call to talk with us 888-564-7978 about your ideas regarding RFID and how we can help you revolutionize your operation.

Warehouse Automation

The Ultimate In Warehouse Technology

Choosing which technology should be applied to your warehouse can be a challenge because the quoted performance of any system is dependent upon many specific factors. KMH assists you in successfully applying warehouse technology that improves accuracy, business performance and ultimately profit. The ultimate objective when implementing new technology is to reach your financial and production goals. Our team will help you choose which technology works best for your company.

Common successful techniques that increase productivity in material handling are wireless technology, voice directed picking, pick-to-light, RFID and slotting. These solutions have been widely adopted in fulfillment operations with varying degrees of success.

Some of the ways KMH can help increase your ROI:

Pick-to-Light

Pick-to-Light

Faster order processing time with increased accuracy. A display indicates the quantity to be picked and the picker confirms the completion by pressing a pick-complete button adjacent to the light on the display.

RFID

RFID

Increase warehouse efficiency by reducing labor and logistic costs by broadcasting a signal with information about the product they are attached to and about the location of the product in the warehouse. RFID offers better control and management of your inventory.

Voice Directed Picking

Voice Directed Picking

Helping associates work hands free, eliminate distractions from having to use a computer or paper picking list, people can speak a location and product code to confirm he or she is picking from the correct location. Using voice technology incorrect picking and other errors can be reduced by 80 percent or more.

Slotting

Slotting

Correct slotting maximizes space, and ensures items are placed in properly sized locations. The issue of slotting affects the two largest labor costs: picking and replenishment. Usually 20% of active products account for 80% of all picking activity. These top-moving products should be located in the most ergonomic locations and in storage equipment that has been optimally sized. The return on investment for slotting is typically less than one year.

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