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Cost-justifying Warehouse Management Technologies in Small and Midsized Warehouses
The warehouse management system (WMS) concept has matured into a collection of time-tested technologies that reduce inventory costs and increase overall

barcoding warehouse  receipt of goods (through barcoding technologies) with the original purchase order details while reporting any variance. Sage Accpac WMS receipt and put away effectively moves received goods from the dock into the warehouse and the right location, storing these items efficiently in reserve or pick bins. As a result, companies can facilitate timely and accurate order fulfillment by creating an optimized order-picking environment for warehouse staff. With Sage Accpac WMS, warehouse managers can assign Read More
Warehouse Management Systems (WMS)
A warehouse management system (WMS) should provide database and user-level tools in order for a company to optimize its storage facilities while at the same time providing user level task direction...
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Minotaur Software
Minotaur Software is a privately owned Canadian company launched in 1985. The Minotaur enterprise resource planning (ERP) and warehouse management system

barcoding warehouse  data interchange (EDI), and barcoding requirements calculate accurate costs for manufactured items, whether assembled or disassembled calculate and monitor yields generate the required reports Read More
Inconso WMS Suite
@As much standard as possible - only as much individuality as required.@ This is the guideline for the conception of inconso@s software solutions. The

barcoding warehouse  radio data transmission [RF], barcoding, radio frequency identification [RFID], pick-by-voice, pick-by-light, material flow calculation, and weighing systems) is realized with standard connectors and permits a solution concept coordinated with the respective requirements. Complexity and throughput are the parameters that decide which product is used for what situation. The inconsoWMS Standard is conceived for manual or radio data transmission (RF)-led applications and is used in smaller and midsized Read More
Life Science Products Selects abas ERP
Life Science Products (LSP) recently selected abas-USA as its enterprise resource planning (ERP) provider to replace its existing outdated Navision ERP system

barcoding warehouse  keeping units (SKUs) with barcoding, and improve visibility for the finished goods division.   Infor and Epicor were reportedly also in the running, but the final decision was between Microsoft Dynamics NAV and abas ERP. The latter prevailed for its ease of use and ample out-of-the-box functionality. Read More
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of May 7th, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONS AND GO-LIVESLos Angeles County selects SAS to provide analytics services and applicationsIndustry tags: BI/business analytics

barcoding warehouse  reasonable WMS capability with barcoding, quality management, etc.). But the product’s legacy Gembase 4GL underlying platform has been a liability, hence so many Microsoft-centric technology uplifts in Ross 7.0. Ross ERP fits well into the food, chemicals, and pharma (life sciences) space. Other process industries (of sorts) like paper or metal cutting centers (so-called material converters), which require either a serial number or dimensional inventory control, have not been a good fit. —P.J. Read More
Warehouse Management Systems (WMS)
A warehouse management system (WMS) should provide database and user-level tools in order for a company to optimize its storage facilities while at the same

barcoding warehouse  Management Systems (WMS) A warehouse management system (WMS) should provide database and user-level tools in order for a company to optimize its storage facilities while at the same time providing user level task direction and activity support. The WMS should enable warehouse operators to optimize pick, put-away, and replenishment functions by employing powerful system logic to select the best locations and sequences. Read More
Data Warehouse vs. Data Mart-Approaches to Implementing a Data Integration Solution
There continues to be a wide variety of different approaches to building a solid data management solution for your organization, and just as many consulting

barcoding warehouse  Warehouse vs. Data Mart-Approaches to Implementing a Data Integration Solution There continues to be a wide variety of different approaches to building a solid data management solution for your organization, and just as many consulting firms across the globe willing to help you build them. However, it’s imperative for each data management solution to specialize to the unique needs of your organization’s business users, across varying functional areas. Read More
Warehouse Management Systems by the Numbers
When it comes to warehouse management systems (WMS), the stats are both shocking and thought-provoking. And although you don't see these stats in the marketing

barcoding warehouse  Management Systems by the Numbers Warehouse Management Systems by the Numbers Featured Author - Ren Jones - September 22, 2006 Warehouses are built around numbers—from the facility's square footage, to how many rows of racking it takes to stock the number of stock-keeping units (SKUs), all the way to the amount of orders processed through a facility in a day. This article takes the numbers associated with warehouse management systems (WMS) you don't see in the marketing brochures or Read More
The Evolution of a Real-time Data Warehouse
Real-time data warehouses are common in some organizations. This article reviews the basic concepts of a real-time data warehouse and it will help you determine

barcoding warehouse  Evolution of a Real-time Data Warehouse The Evolution of a Real-time Data Warehouse Jorge Garcia - December 23, 2009 Understanding Real-time Systems Today, real time computing is everywhere, from customer information control systems (CICSs) to real-time data warehouse systems. Real-time systems have the ability to respond to user actions in a very short period of time. This computing behavior gives real-time systems special features such as instant interaction: users request information from the system Read More
Teradata Debuts Data Warehouse Appliance: In-memory Tech Ready for High-performance Analytics
During the Teradata Partners User Group Conference, the data warehouse and analytics company launched Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance 2750, which integrates

barcoding warehouse  Debuts Data Warehouse Appliance: In-memory Tech Ready for High-performance Analytics During the Teradata Partners User Group Conference, the data warehouse and analytics company launched Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance 2750 , which integrates the enterprise data warehouse application with in-memory technology, especially designed for processing advanced analytics. Teradata’s new appliance incorporates the company’s latest “intelligent” in-memory technology as well as the most recent Read More
Oracle Buys Carleton Corporation to Enhance Warehouse Offering


barcoding warehouse  Buys Carleton Corporation to Enhance Warehouse Offering Event Summary REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., and MINNETONKA, Minn., Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Oracle Corporation (Nasdaq: ORCL) and Carleton Corporation (Nasdaq: CARL) today announced that the two companies have signed a definitive merger agreement for Oracle to acquire Carleton, an early innovator of data quality and mainframe data extraction software for customer-focused data warehousing applications. The acquisition will be effected through a cash Read More
Want to Know How to Survive in a Down Economy? Then Look in Your Warehouse!
When I speak with distribution executives nowadays, they all say the same thing: “We are struggling to keep our heads above water because of the economy

barcoding warehouse  to Know How to Survive in a Down Economy? Then Look in Your Warehouse! When I speak with distribution executives nowadays, they all say the same thing: “We are struggling to keep our heads above water because of the economy.” However, before the economy took a turn for the worse, they talked about low profit margins, high inventory levels with low turns, and an erosion of their profitability because of their warehouses. I am often forced to ask, “Is the economy really that bad? Or, is your Read More
Can You Hear Me Now: The True Role of Voice-directed Picking in Warehouse Management
Although voice-directed picking may take distributors to higher logistics levels someday, operations managers should try listening to their warehouse personnel

barcoding warehouse  You Hear Me Now: The True Role of Voice-directed Picking in Warehouse Management Can You Hear Me Now: The True Role of Voice-directed Picking in Warehouse Management Ren Jones - February 9, 2007 Much to my wife's dismay, television commercials intrigue me. While she wants to mute them, I want to watch them—not just for the laughs, but because they often reflect a version of reality. Who can forget the classic Wendy's commercial with the old woman at the counter yelling, Where's the beef? As a kid, Read More
CatalystCommand WMS
CatalystCommand Warehouse Management™ combines both flow-through functionality and traditionaly warehouse management features in one system. It manages

barcoding warehouse  WMS CatalystCommand Warehouse Management™ combines both flow-through functionality and traditionaly warehouse management features in one system. It manages all aspects of the distribution center and manufacturing warehouse operations including receiving and putaway to order selection, picking, loading and shipping. Using a modular technology platform, the system features standard interfaces allowing tighter integration between systems, applications, and equipment. As a web-based Read More
Uncovering Insight Hidden in Text: How Unstructured Data Analysis Is Helping IT Deliver Knowledge
With business units demanding more access to corporate data, IT is pressured to deliver. Yet current business intelligence (BI) and data warehouse systems only

barcoding warehouse  Insight Hidden in Text: How Unstructured Data Analysis Is Helping IT Deliver Knowledge With business units demanding more access to corporate data, IT is pressured to deliver. Yet current business intelligence (BI) and data warehouse systems only examine specific quantifiable data. Find out how IT professionals can gain a better understanding of how to integrate key information from text-based sources, such as forms, e-mail, blogs, and research into their data warehouse environment to enhance BI. Read More

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