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Responding to Warehouse Management Needs
The area of warehouse management systems and supply chain execution might be the best examples of Adonix' commitment to provide small and large businesses with

picking by carrier  and wave management; batch picking (order picking); order splitting; back order, and short allocation management (in case of insufficient inventory to satisfy all the orders); dates management ( first in, first out [FIFO], sell by date, ship by date, etc.); replenishment methods (by using min/max limits, override, source control, etc.); carton sizing/pre-packing or directed packing; and shipment/load control and document preparation. Parcel Shipping Closes the SCE Offering When coupled with Adonix's Read More...
Configure Price Quote (CPQ)
Configure, price, and quote (CPQ) solutions (sometimes known as quote-to-order, or Q2O, systems) help drive sales effectiveness by supporting configuration and pricing activities and the generat...
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SCP and SCE Need to Collaborate for Better Fulfillment Part Two: Vendor and User Recommendations.
While the WMS market is expected to continue to grow modestly and faster than the market for many other applications, it appears the WMS add-on solution

picking by carrier  orders. Container Advantage improves picking efficiency by selecting the number and size of cartons needed to pack orders for shipment based on each item's dimensional cube, orientation restrictions, stacking factors, weight and compatibility with other items. The vendor offers many other capabilities within its WMS functionality such as Slotting Advantage , determining the optimal slot size and place for any SKU based on data such as demand (i.e., whether it is a fast or slow-moving item), product groupi Read More...
Provia Tackles RFID in a Twofold Manner Part Seven: WMS Market Impact
Since the warehouse is no longer merely a static storage facility, it now has to use real time data to closely match supply to demand, eliminate the need to

picking by carrier  material selection; compliance labeling; picking and packing; cluster/batch picking; serial number capture; catch-weight capture; cycle counting; task management; replenishment; container tracking; cross docking; report generation; shipping paperwork; automated rule checking; carton selection; etc. Like any software technology that has been reaching a plateau in the maturation curve, WMS products have evolved to a point where there is little differentiation among them. This is Part Seven of an eight-part Read More...
Appointment Scheduling - Achieving the Positive Ripple Effect Part 2: A Solution
Integration of the appointment scheduling system with other systems is necessary for maximum benefit.

picking by carrier  Cross-docking, the practice of picking product off an inbound truck and loading it directly onto an outbound trailer, can generate great cost savings by eliminating put-away and picking; two of the mostly costly activities in the warehouse. 1 The implementation of cross-docking requires the warehouse to be continually aware of what products are coming in and when, so that the appropriate outbound trailers can be staged. This level of visibility is easily and automatically facilitated through an Internet Read More...
Analyzing Manhattan Associates’ Supply Chain Platform Play - Part 1
My recent article on Manhattan Associates (NASDAQ: MANH) and RedPrairie Corporation stated that these two vendors continue to duke it out at almost every large

picking by carrier  allocated in receiving, carrying, picking & packing, and final shipping from the DC. It is indeed quite problematic to capture actual costs per item for multiple reasons. For one, different quantities of different types of items may share a cost, which complicates what the right cost allocation to each widget in the shipment should be. Moreover, no single document ( letter of credit [LC] , PO,  bill of lading [B/L] , etc.) or transaction (inspection, picking, duties, etc.) can be associated with all Read More...
Bigfoot CMMS by Smartware Group CMMS/EAM Certification Report
Bigfoot CMMS by Smartware Group Inc. is now TEC certified as a computerized maintenance management/enterprise asset management (CMMS/EAM) solution. Bigfoot CMMS

picking by carrier  CMMS by Smartware Group CMMS/EAM Certification Report Bigfoot CMMS by Smartware Group Inc. is now TEC certified as a computerized maintenance management/enterprise asset management (CMMS/EAM) solution. Bigfoot CMMS delivers an easy-to-use and powerful horizontal solution to meet the CMMS/EAM needs of manufacturing-related industries and other industries that need to control their assets and efficiently manage the work associated with those fixed assets. For product analysis, comparison with the Read More...
How Airlines Can Stop Getting Murdered by Maintenance Costs
Patchwork maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) systems can cost large airlines millions in duplicated effort, extra inventory, and delays. But with round-the

picking by carrier  Airlines Can Stop Getting Murdered by Maintenance Costs The scale of an airline's maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) operations requires significant planning around moving assets, inventory, machine shops, and manpower, often on a round-the-clock schedule. This is particularly true for legacy carriers, i.e., large operators with multiple fleets of aircraft, round-the-clock operations, and international destinations to manage. Legacy airlines must also contend with complex multidepartmental Read More...
Annoyed by ERP? You’re Not Alone.
Buzzwords are annoying. High-pressure sales pitches are annoying. Your competitors are sort of annoying.And ERP? Really annoying.That’s the perspective

picking by carrier  by ERP? You’re Not Alone. Buzzwords are annoying. High-pressure sales pitches are annoying. Your competitors are sort of annoying. And ERP? Really annoying. That’s the perspective of Tyler and Bracken King, two brothers who develop and market an online customer manager tool called Less Annoying Software . I stumbled across their software thanks to an excellent blog post recently posted by Tyler: 6 reasons small businesses shouldn't use big-business software . Intrigued by the forthright Read More...
APC by Schneider Electric
APC by Schneider Electric, formerly known as American Power Conversion Corporation, is a manufacturer of uninterruptible power supplies, electronics peripherals

picking by carrier  by Schneider Electric APC by Schneider Electric, formerly known as American Power Conversion Corporation, is a manufacturer of uninterruptible power supplies, electronics peripherals and data center products. Read More...
Listen and Learn: Improving Operations by Using Customer Feedback
Customer service means being aware of needs, problems, and fears. Studies have shown that the cost of acquiring a customer is seven to ten times that of

picking by carrier  and Learn: Improving Operations by Using Customer Feedback Customer feedback from retail units is combined with company website feedback, online services feedback, and central call center feedback. Source : Mindshare Technologies Resources Related to Listen and Learn: Improving Operations by Using Customer Feedback : Customer Feedback Management (CFM) (Wikipedia) Listen and Learn: Improving Operations by Using Customer Feedback Customer Feedback is also known as : Customer Feedback Analysis , Read More...
Windows 2000: Paragon for Partisans, Skewered by Skeptics
After a wait of more than a year, Windows 2000 (The OS Formerly Known as

picking by carrier  2000: Paragon for Partisans, Skewered by Skeptics Event Summary On February 17th, Microsoft delivered Windows 2000, the long-delayed, de-featured operating system successor to Windows NT 4.0. Initial acceptance is expected to be lower than for earlier releases of consumer operating systems, such as Windows 95. However, Microsoft officials said nothing had changed in their forecasts for the product and, indeed, the lowered expectations make it easier for the company to exceed them. We don't expect Read More...
IBM’s “Shark” Eaten by EMC’s “BASS”
EMC announced its latest high-end Symmetrix models, capable of scaling up to 19.2 terabytes of disk space. Perhaps they should name it the BASS (Big-Advanced

picking by carrier  “Shark” Eaten by EMC’s “BASS” IBM’s Shark Eaten by EMC's BASS R. Krause - May 16, 2000 Event Summary EMC Corporation has launched a new high-end Symmetrix 8000 family, its latest entry into the enterprise storage market. Maximum capacity is 19.2 terabytes (TB), the highest/largest on the market, and surpassing IBM's Enterprise Storage Server by approximately eight TB. The top-of-the-line model is the 8730, which can hold up to 384 disks. In addition to the 8730, EMC announced the Read More...
How Do You Choose between SAP and Oracle? Run Them Side by Side
Ansell Limited, an Australia-based global manufacturer of protection solutions, announced that its European, Middle East, and African operations went live with

picking by carrier  Do You Choose between SAP and Oracle? Run Them Side by Side Ansell Limited, an Australia-based global manufacturer of protection solutions, announced that its European, Middle East, and African operations went live with SAP enterprise resource planning (ERP) software two weeks ago. The company pointed out that although it’s too early to claim a full success, the first results are definitely pretty optimistic.   For anyone who follows ERP selection news, this announcement is nothing unusual. However, Read More...
PowerCerv Finally Overpowered By The '02 Hurricane Season
PowerCerv, a long languishing mid-market enterprise applications vendor, having been unsuccessful in its repeated attempt to revitalize itself under own steam

picking by carrier  Finally Overpowered By The '02 Hurricane Season PowerCerv Finally Overpowered By The '02 Hurricane Season P.J. Jakovljevic - October 25, 2002 Event Summary What has long loomed as inevitable fate has finally happened at the beginning of October, when PowerCerv Corporation (OTCBB: PCRV, www.powercerv.com ), a Tampa, FL-based provider of enterprise software solutions for small-to-medium sized discrete manufacturers and distributors, announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell substan Read More...
Inovis Delves into PIM by Snatching QRS Part One: Event Notes
The termination of QRS' merger with JDA Software opened a window of opportunity for business commerce automation provider Inovis to acquire QRS, indicating a

picking by carrier  Delves into PIM by Snatching QRS Part One: Event Notes Event Summary As recently discussed in Not All Acquisitions Happen: JDA and QRS , the initially seemingly well thought out acquisition between JDA Software Group Inc . (NASDAQ: JDAS), a prominent global provider of integrated software and professional services for the retail demand chain, and QRS Corporation (NASDAQ: QRSI), a leading provider of collaborative commerce and trading community building solutions, with nearly 10,000 retail and Read More...

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