WMS andlogistics

WMS andlogistics - Warehouse Management System - software for companies with high complexity in the control and inventory management.
It is ideal for companies where its plants, warehouses or distribution centers are vital for its own growth.

 WMS andlogistics Standard®




WMS Modules

andlogistics WMS software manages operations along Distribution Center via mobile devices (Execution in Real Time and task directed activities).


01 modulo transporte

Transport Module

  • Shipping
  • Docks & Yards
  • Appointment
02 modulo manejofisico

Material Handling and Maintenance Module

  • Inventory - Physic and Cycle Counting
  • Internal Movements
  • Truck Loading
  • Packing
  • Picking
  • Assigning Inventory
  • Putaway
03 modulo personal

Personal Module

  • Security levels
04 modulo equipo

Equipment Module

  • Task Interleaving
05 modulo visualizacion

Visualization Module

  • Inventories
  • Productivity

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Central Modules:

Materials´ Handling: Click on the title to display the (s) function (s) and benefit (s) of each module.

1. Putaway

a. Product identification by pallet, box or piece • To know the order in which products entered
• To assure picking by expiration dates or first entries first outs
b. Accounting of products with radio frequency terminals • To monitor and register quality of deliveries
• To compare with Purchase Order and detect missing
• To detect damaged products and register the error
c. Storage by rotation, condition or product category • To optimize the space in the Distribution Center
• To optimize operators movements and equipment

2. Inventory - Physic and Cycle Counting

a. Cycle counting by location or section • To easily identify differences between actual and theoretical existence
• Tracking of causes in case of detecting missing
b. To do alternate counting with the other daily processes • To count product in a certain location during some other activities
• To detect missing on time and not during picking

3. Internal Movements

a. Adjustments at the time differences are identified • To keep inventory updated in real time.
b. Quality state changes • To avoid that damaged product is assigned to a picking order
c. Internal transfers • To resupply the picking locations
• To improve the placement of the product

4. Assigning stocks

a. Management priorities in the allocation • "Set aside" the product for major customers and orders
• To take assortment decisions strategically and not on the "floor"
b. To determine clearly and accurately the picking activities to perform • To get a better level of service delivery

5. Picking

a. To optimize the picking tasks • To increase productivity of operators
• Avoid mistakes when picking
b. To handle different ways of picking • To pick by expiration date, FIFO, lots, etc.
• Picking can be done by pallets, boxes or pieces
• To do picking in a consolidated way or by loading sequence
c. To do picking to different locations • Picking to a dock, directly to a transport unit, or a production line
d. To validate picking operations with radio frequency terminals • To set up control points in locations, docks, etc.

6. Packing

a. Detail within packaging management • Through a bar code, you can specify the content to detail of a packaging

7. Load

a. Validation of load • Allows you to identify errors on picking, before sending the cargo to its destination