Warehouse Management System
T3 is one of the best in class provider of ERP Warehouse management System in Mumbai which focuses on handling and replenishing goods under the roof of a warehouse, and the derived tasks to report and analyze inventory movements. Planned and actual inventory transactions are created by a particular demand for receiving or issuing goods. Any inventory movement results in a warehousing-system order to be executed. In fact, the warehousing-system orders are the communication layer between T3 ERP Warehouse and the other T3 ERP applications. As a result, tight integrations exist between T3 ERP Warehousing and the other T3 ERP applications, but at the same time the package is essentially decoupled from the rest of the T3 ERP applications. As a result, integrations towards external applications, such as WMS or ADC vendors, are possible.
The functions and features of the following modules:
Warehouse Master Data
Type of Container
Putaway Route (Input)
Picking Path (Output)
How do you usually get the stock
How do you usually place the container
Type of Location
Define Location Code
N° columns (L) & N° rows (HT) configuration
Final Layout View
Generate Product Wise barcode
Scan Unique barcode or Batch wise Barcode on Inputting Stocks
Scan Unique barcode or Batch wise Barcode on Picking
Contra (Inter Bank Transfer)
Generate Report for Picking Stocks
Reports – Summary
Location wise Item Stock
Pallet Free For Replenishments
Warehouse Master Data
The master data to be entered for Warehousing consists of the following elements:
In this Business Object, warehousing master data is defined. Depending on the complexity of the activities that take place in these warehouses and the level of control, you can enter zones and locations.
A zone is any part of the warehouse where goods can be stored. Locations with similar storage characteristics or locations handled by the same vehicle or employee can be grouped through the use of zones.
A location is a distinct place in a warehouse where goods are stored. A warehouse can be divided into locations to manage the available space, and to locate the stored goods. Storage conditions, capacity data, and blocks can be applied to individual locations. Locations can have the following types:
Here, you must define the items used or handled by Warehousing. In item warehousing data, you can enter specific warehousing data, such as:
Besides the item warehousing data, you can also enter item data by warehouse. Here, you can enter specifics for each item and warehouse, such as:
Other than items stored in warehouses, you can also define packaging items and package definitions here. Packaging definitions are used to specify how items must be packed. For this, you can use packaging items.
Warehouse order procedure
A warehouse order can initiate and control every inventory transaction in T3 Warehousing System. From a simple transfer to a complicated receipt, one or more warehousing orders control and account the movement of inventory. Flexibility and automatic execution of activities is possible.
In addition to warehouses, items, and warehouse order procedures, you can also enter other types of warehousing master data, such as the following:
LOCATION REMARKS TO BE PRINTED ON STORAGE AND PACKING LISTS
INVENTORY VALUATION METHODS