Product of GBMS
As the heart of the GBMS system, the Warehouse Management System (WMS) encompasses all the day-to-day transactions that run a warehouse or distribution center, with fully integrated data collection technologies, such as bar code scanning, bar code printing, and wireless mobile data collection. This complete warehouse system includes picking, packing, put away, shipping, receiving, inspection, inventory analysis, inventory moves and adjustments, warehouse transfers, inventory counting, warehouse and location maintenance, on-the-water inventory tracking, as well as all related traceability of items assigned to such as serial , Lot number, Lot Date , expiration Date, etc.….
Access the WMS application from any web-enabled PC or a Radio Frequency (RF) hand-held device, simplifying implementation and upgrades.
Maximize accuracy with paperless receiving, using wireless (RF) hand-held scanners. Automatically print bar code labels during receiving. GBMS immediately updates related purchase orders and inventory levels as goods are received into the system.
Multi-PO Receiving — This feature processing Multiple POs (from the same vendor) in a single GBMS receiver.
Receiving Without a Purchase Order — System has ability to receive items without a PO. The system will automatically generate a PO when the first transaction is entered. Add an option (and system privilege) to automatically close the receipt or leave it open for later approval and closure.
Specify whether to perform an automatic or manual put way transaction. Accurately put away items by scanning the item ID or location label, or applicable serial / lot information. Quick-scan container numbers for put away of pre-packaged items.
- Flag items for inspection, which prompts GBMS to automatically generate an inspection advice when a receipt is closed. Goods are then moved from receiving to the inspection location. Along with recording pass/fail information, users can add notes for each line, which are archived
During receiving and shipping (which will be used for invoicing as well and payment to vendor for purchasing these kind items)
Allocation of Picking based on required date
Shipment Consolidation - is the process of combining several pick lists for a customer into one shipment.
Invoicing Options - For consolidated shipments, the system will generate either:
One Invoice per Shipment,One Invoice per Order, orOne Invoice per Pick List
Depending on your selection, one or more invoices will be generated when you click the [Invoice] button in the shipping screen.
Use the main graphical user interface or a hand-held device to adjust inventory. Each adjustment requires specified reason codes, which are saved in an audit trail. Separate privileges protect the transaction
Use the main graphical user interface or wireless a hand-held device to move inventory items between locations and/or warehouses without requiring related documents. The system generates a complete audit trail with the user ID and date and time stamp
Use the Physical Inventory features to count an entire warehouse. Or, issue Cycle Counts by warehouse, zone, item category, and/or items that have not been counted in a specified number of days. Bar coded inventory count tickets maximize audit capabilities.
The Geographic Method - Using the geographic method, workers start at one end of the warehouse and count a certain number of locations each day until they reach the other end of the building. Because each location is being checked, the Geographic Method facilitates finding misplaced or lost items. Using this method, it is recommended that each stocked item is counted at least 4 times per year.
The Rank Method - The Rank Method directs that items with a large number dollars flowing through inventory be counted more frequently. Research shows that the more often a product is received or shipped, the less accurate its computer stock balances. This makes sense because every time someone goes to the bin is an opportunity for a mistake. The ranking is based on "Pareto's Law" which basically states that, in general, 80% of the results of any process are produced by 20% of the contributing factors. Applied to inventory, this means that 20% of inventory items are responsible for 80% of your stock sales, so we want to count these items more often.
Define an unlimited number of warehouses,
Locations - Keep track of capacity of each location based on Cubic fit or Quantity of items
Warehouse - specific flags provide directed or automatic put away process.
Set up a flag to allow / restrict shipments from each warehouse.
Print bar coded location labels on-demand.
Assign Price list for any specific warehouse/Location
GBMS provides full support for using Alternate Item IDs during order entry. This functionality includes letting you create Alternate Item ID Lists that can also be identified by a catalog name. This way, during order line entry, you may easily select which catalog to use.
Using Item Catalogs is useful for scenarios where a customer will place an order using Item IDs from established external sources. A good example is an auto parts distributor. A customer may place an order using an OEM part number (e.g., “GM,” “Ford,” etc.) and the system will accept the Item ID and use the designated catalog defined in the ‘Alt Product Codes’ table to return the corresponding internal Item ID used in GBMS processes.
SSRS ( SQL Server Reporting Services ) in being used and imbedded in GBMS software and has the capability to generate any reports and schedule 365 24X7 to ( as long as data are available)
Sample Reports are :
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