This Is How NetSuite Will Boost Warehouse Productivity With Warehouse Management System

NetSuite Warehouse Management System

Traditionally, warehouse management has been a chaotic process. Using log-books to document the arrivals and departments, calculating weights manually, handling the workers, and maintaining quality at the same time took a huge toll on the operations overhead of any organization.

Wholesalers and manufacturers, who relied on warehouse for handling their inventory are the ones who used to spend a considerable amount of time and resources for these activities.

NetSuite, which is the world’s one of the most popular Cloud-based ERP and CRM solutions providers, has understood this need and created a robust Warehouse management system, which changes everything.

One of the biggest advantages of using a Warehouse Management System is that it boosts the overall productivity of an organization, as myriad processes and tasks get streamlined.

This is how it happens:

Warehouse Set Up Gets Tech Push

Using NetSuite’s Warehouse Management System, the entire layout of the warehouse can be tech-enabled. Some of the activities which can be accomplished:

-Establish the layout of the warehouse and define the zones using NetSuite’s WMS

-Management can easily set up multiple UPCs codes for different items, at the same time

-Tasks can be assigned to the workers in real-time, and it can be monitored as well

-Shift supervisors can create a template for handling the most commonly generated cycle count. Using this template, these cycle counts can be generated on-demand, and assign to user (on mobile)

-ASNs and their related EDI transactions can be automated

-Any unit of measurement can be used for tracking and monitoring items, on the same transaction line

-Menus can be customized, seamlessly. Additional workflows and functionality can be added, which means that WMS from NetSuite is completely flexible and scalable

-Receiving, picking and cycle count can be done via mobile app, thereby giving more flexibility to the workers and the management

Guided Inventory Receiving & Putaway

-Inventory data can be automatically distributed into bins, via CSV import. This eliminates manual distribution.

-Based on the shelf life, the expiry date of every item can be automatically populated

-Received lines can be reversed on purchase orders, which can also be extended to multiple lines across different purchase orders

-Items can be easily moved across different staging locations

-Both GS1 and HIBC barcodes can be used for handling the receiving process

Pick, Pack and Ship Optimized

-Picking process and task assignment, which forms the base for any warehouse operations, can be optimized, and customized as per the needs. Rules can be created for the same, and the entire process can be streamlined

-Pick and putaway strategies can be defined, based on the criteria as defined by the management

-Labels can be defined, and then they can be automatically generated during the receiving process

-During the picking process, expired lots can be hidden

-Supports multi-order picking and packing

-Supports up to 10,000 order lines per day, per picking location

-Instantly reverse a picked transaction line

This is just a glimpse of how NetSuite’s Warehouse Management System can boost your organization’s productivity, and seamlessly manage your warehouse operations.

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Date: 
Friday, January 17, 2020

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