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Determine the minimum and maximum stock levels for each location within your warehouse.
Determine when locations are below the minimum stock level and what next actions should be taken to replenish these locations.
Use inventory from hold locations to move to stock locations so that pickers have enough inventory to pick for their orders.
Maintain maximum and minimum stock levels for each location as well as the sequence number to sequentially tackle each location as inventory is needed.
Based on the replenishment rules defined, the next location in sequence will be assigned to a replenishment picker. They will be shown where to go to get the inventory to move to the location to replenish and then be shown where the replenishment location is.
Based on item-specific fields and user fields, define how locations and specific items are replenished to their stock locations with a user-definable expression engine.
Track location levels and easily spot which locations will need to be replenished soon.
View the last time a location was replenished as well as how often locations are being replenished over a certain time period.
By defining replenishment rules, warehouse workers are automatically given the next replenishment task directly and without management interference.
Combine multiple orders in a batch to reduce the required number of trips that pickers need to take through the warehouse.
Conduct a series of audits on smaller subsets of inventory that are housed in specific locations of your warehouse.
Schedule outbound sales, inter-company transfers, and inbound purchase order receipts on available docks.
Use the WMS to stage inventory to a specific dock.