When searching for a warehouse management system (WMS), a number of myths surface. "Huge staff reductions", "quick and easy implementation", and "fast and big" returns on investment are common promises. These combined with the enticing "bells and whistles" of a system can ultimately turn an eager customer into a patient suffering from confusion or at the very least disorientation. Knowing the stories behind the myths and determining what your warehouse needs are can lead to a profitable investment.
4 rules of situational management
the day's receipts by 4:00 PM. With our manual system, the product arrived at 8:00 AM and each receiver would process paperwork then putaway the product. However, this old manual process didn't work well with the new WMS system, so we began our transformation by having the delivery drivers arrive an hour earlier, which gave our receivers an hour of uninterrupted work. We also divided the department into receivers and putaway people, which let receivers process paperwork and answer receiving questions,