Warehouse Manager Advantages

OMS Warehouse Management System with Task Management Dashboard


Improve Warehouse Worker Performance by up to 200%

As bold as this statement may appear to be, warehouse worker performance can be increased by up to 200% with the OMS warehouse management system, iWMS and the OMS Task Manager with Graphical Dashboard.

Reduced Operational Expenses

By ensuring first in-first out inventory is picked first, the OMS warehouse management system can help reduce working capital expenditures. The OMS warehouse management system provides you tools for efficient use of space and labor also reduces waste; and the OMS warehouse management system can help you find the optimum location for each item to ensure that the use of space is balanced against the pick and put-a-way effort.

Peak Performance

By streamlining your warehouse operation, your customers will be impressed with quick and accurate order fulfillment thus improving customer retention. Detailed information can tracked for both “pick” and “overstock” bin locations so that pickers can easily move through the warehouse in a single pass, processing several orders at the same time. Think of the time savings you can achieve and the peak performance and productivity you can meet.

Warehouse Worker Productivity Soars

iWMS is web browser independent making it device independent for ANDROID and APPLE or Windows based devices that can be paired with a Blue Tooth scanner or built-In scanner. iWMS is integrated to the OMS warehouse management system and the OMS task management system in real time where each workers activities are displayed on their handheld device while using iWMS. The device signals warehouse workers any task assignment incuding where to go to pick up, put away, count, adjust, receive, or move products within the warehouse. iWMS receives text messages directly on to the workers handheld device and is designed to give improved and better control over the movement and storage of products in your warehouse(s) and to handle any priorities.

Your Warehouse - Your Way

Now that you have maximized your employee’s efficiency with iWMS and the OMS warehuse management system and task manager, you can strategically organize your throughput in a way that will optimize your employee’s time. Grouping items that are often ordered together is one way to ensure that your employees are not wasting their time. For example, an organized warehouse could have employees frequently picking two items on opposite sides of the storage location. Using the OMS warehouse management system and architecting your Zones, Aisles, Rows and Levels, your warehouse barriers are removed, bariers that are restricting employees from maneuvering the quickest possible route.


Warehouse Worker Task Management

The OMS warehouse management system task manager gives he warehouse manager a control center to hold the warehouse workers accountable. The task manager control center is designed to reduce deadheading— (i.e., when a worker, for example, picks products and drops them off at a dock and then returns to the picking area without performing any useful tasks along the way.) In most warehouse operations, some workersmay be dedicated to picking, while others are dedicated to put-away. So instead of a warehouse worker returning all the way across a warehouse to a pick zone, they could be assigned a task where they may stop at a nearby receiving dock, pick up a pallet for put-away, and then store it in a location near where their next pick occurs.

Improved Customer and Supplier Relationships

With the OMS warehouse management system it will contrbute to an efficiently run warehouse helping to reduce delivery lead times and order accuracy errors. Perfect orders mean happier customers. Suppliers are happier too when they can make deliveries without long waits at the dock or wait for someone to accept the delivery. The MOS warehouse management system can help improve relationships with all parties in your demand and supply chain.

Transparency and Visibility

Providing visibility into inventory usage and on hand balances helps suppliers plan their own production, reducing lead times and costs of excess inventory. Additionally, this visibility allows customer service staff immediate access to real-time data enabling better end customer support.