A real-time visibility and data intelligence are critical for warehouse processes. The right data can help you to analyze warehouse operation and enhance personnel workforce performance.
These 4 simple steps will help you to improve your warehouse operations:
- Space. Warehouse space and picking routes optimization. Maximization of warehouse productivity starts with space optimization. Adding tall storage units can increase warehouse capacity. Also, it is important to optimize inventory and order picking routes in order to minimize the overall throughput time.
- Technology. In order manage data and improve the efficiency and accuracy of warehouse operations, you need to implement enabling technology and software solutions. Warehouse operational systems can enhance. Warehouse operating systems can improve performance by enabling real-time instructions and automatic feedback from operations to back-end systems. Read more about Optiscan's warehouse management solutions: AbakusWMS, AbakusDirect and AbakusInStore.
- Hardware. Choose leading hardware manufacturers to ensure hardware quality and reliability, as well as the best hardware support options. Pay attention to quality products for barcode and 2D code recognition with both handheld and fixed scanners for all applications. Improve efficiency and workforce productivity with state-of-the-art real-time mobile computers. And meet all your printing needs using a combination of high quality durable printers and reliable labels, tags and ribbons. Make sure you choose the correct label. What does it have to take? What glue do you need, should it be permanent? Check out Optiscans' hardware solutions.
- People. The quality of service experienced in the warehouses and the biggest source of labor costs comes from the warehouse staff. Focus on the quality and efficiency of the work process. The processes of the warehouse, such as receiving, put-away, transfers, stock-taking, picking and loading, are done with modern technologies that are best suited for the purpose. Equipping employees with mobile devices, barcodes, handheld devices, voice picking and RFID technologies speeds up and makes picking orders more precise and enables real-time inventory visibility.