Paperless Warehousing will demonstrate the continuing development of its warehouse management system (WMS) on stand 311 during the MATEX 2007 warehouse and materials handling exhibition, to be held in conjunction with National Manufacturing Week at the Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre, May 22 to May 25.
According to Paperless Warehousing, its WMS is continually being developed to the world’s best practice and to meet the complex demands of the current supply chain.
The WMS has been fully RF based since its inception in 1988 and voice enabled since 2003. The WMS can now integrate with readily available voice terminals, with several client rollouts achieving further efficiency gains and improvement to productivity from hands-free operations.
The WMS has also been developed with a Microsoft dotNet user screen providing a range of graphical management reports at the touch of the mouse. Further the Microsoft dotNet functionality includes the ability to export reports and enquiries to MS Excel for further analysis of the vast array of data automatically captured by the WMS.
The strength and flexibility of the WMS is highlighted by the vast range of clients and in particular the growing number of large 3PL operations. Due to the size of the 3PL operations, the volumes and the required labour resource, a Paperless WMS is required to ensure the warehousing and distribution disciplines are efficient.