Warehouse management system

A warehouse management system (WMS) is a smart way of increasing the efficiency of your inventory management and logistics processes. It decreases errors and increases the level of service. The right WMS will help you to keep tabs on your goods flows and stock, at all times and anywhere.

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The benefits of the warehouse management system

  • Real-time insight into current stocks
  • High level of service
  • Integrates flawlessly into existing IT environments
  • Separate modules for standard customisation
  • Clear and comprehensive reporting

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How does a warehouse management system work?

A warehouse management system (WMS) acts as a link between the ERP and the warehouse control system (WCS). Based on information from the ERP, the WMS controls daily operations such as order picking and the entry and exit of goods.
The system continuously monitors performance and generates reports that provide greater insight into matters such as inventory and KPIs. Costo logistics software offers a choice between a simple stock management WMS or a state-of-the art version, complete with links to existing IT environments, picking modules, RF modules and/or extensive reporting possibilities. The WMS is also available as a cloud-based solution.

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Realised projects

We’re very proud of our realised projects. Take a look at some of our reference project!

Case Smyths toys

Retail and e-commerce combined in one warehouse. This was the result of an optimal focus on scalability, stock optimization and reducing the required m2.
The smart application and collaboration of WMS, ERP & hardware made this possible at Smyths Toys in Walsrode, Germany.

Smarter cross-docking at a logistics service provider

Order picking and cross-docking over the same sorter at a logistics service provider.

References

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