Over past several years, Oracle has brought to bear the full force of its software research and development power to renew and deepen its Warehouse Management Solution (WMS). Now a leader in this arena, Oracle's investment has delivered hundreds of advanced features and offers unprecedented flexibility in deployment regardless of existing application footprint.
Oracle WMS's new distributed deployment capability is a true game changer in the field of enterprise warehouse management. It challenges traditional idea of integration by providing a seamless, yet decoupled warehouse management solution. Oracle WMS can be deployed to power global operations independent of other enterprise systems or tightly integrated with EBusiness Suite. As per choice. So regardless of the version of E-Business Suite or host system, businesses can expect exceptional implementation flexibility, greater availability of mission-critical warehouse systems, and all latest features.
Take a look on rich features of Oracle WMS:
Minimizing material movements, optimizing labor resources, and tightly integrating warehouse activities with transportation planning.
Minimizing labor movement, improving labor productivity, and reducing pick-time in outbound flows.
Synchronizing warehouse material handling with transportation activities, eliminating unnecessary inbound material handling steps, and increasing material velocity.
Oracle WMS's pre-integration with core enterprise processes, use of standards-based technologies, and extensive network of implementation partners are all part of Oracle's commitment to bring the lowest total cost of ownership.
Adapt to Volatility and Innovation Complex warehouse operations must adapt quickly and easily to changes. Organizations are constantly innovating and as business model rapidly changes, expectations for warehouses change, too. Whether because customers' changing behavior to conserve operating cash in a constrained credit market, or because businesses decide to ship products with longest remaining shelf-life to the best customers, warehouse management systems must quickly respond
Oracle's WMS delivers adaptive customer processes enabling organizations to make logistics a source of competitive differentiation.
Warehouses increasingly perform more and more functions assembly, manufacturing, repair. They are part of extended value chain processes including transportation management, procurement, manufacturing, order management, spare parts and repair operations, asset management, and maintenance.
Oracle's WMS pre-integrates with processes and applications driving these functions in a company. As a result, businesses get optimized execution of materials handling transactions on mobile and traditional terminals.
Customers demand goods they want, when they want them, in perfect condition and to their unique specification. Warehouses must handle more items, with greater velocity, in increasingly complex orders. To address these challenges, businesses need a robust and scalable solution. They need a solution that will help them to optimize their operations no matter how large or small.
Oracle's WMS offers a broad range of materials management functionality from the most basic to the most advanced. No matter how big or small operation is, it will improve inventory accuracy and labor productivity while reducing overall warehousing and distribution costs.
Oracle WMS delivers operational flexibility, optimized warehouse processes, seamless hand-offs with key value chain processes, and pre-integration of advanced warehouse technologies all at lowest total cost of ownership.
Transform logistics into a source of competitive differentiation through increased agility Scale operations quickly by deploying decoupled, Distributed Warehouse Management Improve warehouse speed and efficiency while increasing customer service levels by optimizing core warehouse functions Increase inventory accuracy and labor productivity Reduce costs of handling process exceptions and business changes
Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Warehouse Management offers control, cost savings, and a competitive advantage, with easy-to-apply rules and advanced logic to ensure that businesses maximize space utilization while minimizing costly labor resources.
Optimize pick, put-away, and replenishment functions Set up zones that reflect various storage areas, such as bulk, high rack, flow pick, and returns Integrate with bar code and wireless radio frequency data collection devices to enable accurate, efficient tracking of goods through facility Generate material movement by multiple rules (minimums, maximums, substitution, promise) and dates (lot, serial, expiration, shelf) specific to facilities, products, and customers) Maximize product flow with cross-docking logic that allows pegging of orders to planned receipts Provide true dual units of measure (catch-weight) with a user-defined level of tolerance for error Simplify order and inventory transactions and improve fulfillment accuracy by employing license plating