SUMMARY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE FUNCTIONALITY OFFERED BY THE MODULE

  • Free definition of all logistics operationsBasic storage units.
  •  Presentations of articles.
  • Logistic distribution chains.
  • Commercial kits.
  • Structures.
  • Containers.
  • Barcode systems.
  • Warehouses and types.
  • Zones within each warehouse.
  • Locations within each zone and type.
  • Stock situations.
  • Warehouse movements.
  • Item chips & attributes.
  • Statistical codes or ways of grouping articles.
  • Inventory management with different levels of detail (warehouses, zones, locations, lots, series, pallets, stock situations, etc.).
  • 3D Warehouse (three-dimensional representation of the color-coded warehouse representing various item situations).
  • Processing of warehouse costs.
  • Different valuation prices of the articles (weighted average price, last purchase price, standard price, FIFO valuation with lot cost, etc.).
  • Overall valuation (single price per item and company), by warehouse or by group of warehouses.
  • Transfer of receipt costs to the valuation of the item in store.
  • Management of shopping receptions.
  • Full or partial receipt of orders.
  • Treatment of waste at the entrance.
  • Transfer management between warehouses.
  • Entry of transfer requests.
  • Execution of transfers (exits in warehouse origin and entries in warehouse or destination).
  • Calculation of the new costs of the articles in the target warehouse.
  • Management of internal material inputs and outputs.
  • Management of change of situation.
  • Merchandise changes between zones and locations of the same warehouse.
  • Changes of merchandise between different stock situations.
  • Inventory management, with option of “n” counts and stock adjustment.
  • Management of basic production orders with updating of the stock of raw materials and finished product.
  • Creation of manufacturing structures.
  • Creating production orders.
  • Lowering of raw materials and discharge of finished product in warehouses.
  • Management and control of packaging with customers and suppliers.
  • Management of warehouse closures, with recalculation of costs and monthly stocks, and blocking of movements at closing date.
  • Possibility of using radiofrequency terminals that allow real-time management of stock movements and location management (reception management, order preparation, replenishment and placement, etc.).
  • Option to incorporate documentation related to each article (eg. technical aspects of manufacturing, supply circuit, etc.).
  • Management of the traceability of the article from the supplier to the end customer.
  • Large number of reports available (eg. stocks in quantity and value, lists of warehouse movements, complete history of the movements of an article, etc.).