This current market overview shows you software for warehouse logistics and warehouse management. Warehouse software is used to support all processes for storing goods and managing storage locations. This includes, for example, functions such as goods receipt, goods issue, inventory monitoring, shipping and stocktaking. Warehouse management is a component of supply chain management.
The advantages of warehouse management software are, among others, the possible cost savings through a more efficient warehouse organization, the higher transparency and data security, the real-time overview of the warehouse data as well as the possibilities for evaluations and key figure calculations. For e-commerce, but also for many other areas, fast and efficient processes in the warehouse including real-time overview are an important prerequisite for successful business. Companies of all industries and sizes benefit from the use of a warehouse management system. The larger and more extensive the warehouse, the greater the increase in efficiency and productivity associated with the use of dedicated warehouse management software.
Warehouse software supports the optimization of logistical operations within a warehouse. The software, which is usually modular in design, maps e.g. warehouse resource management, forklift control system and batch management. It includes, for example, route control and hazardous materials management. Warehouse management software usually includes a graphical information system for bin status and item inventory. An important part of warehouse management software is various methods of bin management. It must be possible to map the different storage types (block, high rack, silo or manual storage, etc.). RFID-supported systems can usually be connected via appropriate interfaces.