WMS Warehouse IT system

... used in logistics to manage the movement of products.

Introducing a WMS (Warehouse Management System) in the M-TECH warehouse is a decision that will make the company more competitive and efficient. Why is it worth investing in this system in my opinion?
Here are some of the reasons:

  1. Optimisation of inventory management

 A WMS helps to optimize warehouse processes by automating many tasks such as receiving, storing, picking and shipping goods. The system can optimize the spatial layout of the warehouse, determine the optimal routes to move through the warehouse, minimize the time spent searching for goods and reduce errors.

   2.  Tracking the flow of goods: 

The WMS allows continuous monitoring of the warehouse, both in terms of quantity and quality. By doing so, it is possible to keep track of the quantity of goods in stock, expiry dates, damage states, etc. This avoids shortages of goods, overstock and loss of value of goods.

  1.    Improving order accuracy:

The system minimizes the risk of errors during the various warehouse operations. Thanks to barcode scanning, RFID or Voice Picking technology, it helps ensure accurate order picking, precise receipt and release of goods, and minimizes the risk of data entry errors.

  1.       Optimised goods flow management:

The WMS enables efficient management of the flow of goods, it can automatically determine the optimal storage locations for different types of goods, taking into account factors such as goods turnover, temperature requirements, security, etc. We can thus reduce time spent searching for goods and increase operational efficiency.

  1.     Strict control over operations:

The WMS provides tight control over warehouse operations such as receiving, storage, picking and shipping of goods. This allows each operation to be monitored and tracked, identifying any delays, errors or irregularities. This allows you to react quickly to problems and take appropriate corrective measures.

Each module of this system is responsible for organizing operations in a different area of the warehouse. The integration between these modules ensures a continuous exchange of information that interacts with each other and affects the automatic functioning of the system as a whole. 





Bartosz Skotnicki
Warehouse Area Manager