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The Warehouse Management Challenge

Increased inventory and order fulfillment accuracy, real-time and accurate data, efficient operating processes, labor savings and customer satisfaction – these are ways companies are looking to achieve a competitive edge while decreasing the cost of doing business. Today, organizations are under increasing pressure to optimize their business practices. To accomplish this, companies are requiring paperless integration between business applications and corporate procedures. Customers expect faster deliveries, instant information and lower costs with a low tolerance for back orders and errors. Quality is a given and is required in today’s marketplace. Customer service as well as the speed and agility you use to get information and product to the customer have become business differentiators.

Solzon has the Total Package for Warehouse Management

RFID and bar code technology integrated directly with business applications proactively enforces corporate policy and procedures while providing applications with real-time, accurate data. Solzon will work with you to understand your business processes and application software and then design a warehouse management solution (WMS) that integrates the two. Our solutions are more than just data collection.

Prime examples of mobile computing transactions that Solzon can unlock for your business include:

  • Customer Order Picking
  • Purchase Order
  • Receiving
  • Warehouse Moves
  • Stock Transfers
  • Cycle Counting
  • Online Item Inquiry

Our Methodology & Services

Solzon employs a proven project methodology to meet the Radio Frequency – Bar Coding Challenge. The first step of the warehouse management solution is bar coding key information to enable quick and accurate scanning of data. Bar code labels are used to identify locations, items, and lot numbers. Next, mobile computers are chosen and programs are created to collect transaction data, direct users through business processes and inquire against system data.