In contrast to RP and SCM software (see above) warehouse and dispatch software focuses on helping stock managers optimize their inventory and outgoing stock activities rather than supporting the whole supply chain and other departments. To do this, warehouse and dispatch applications feature multi-warehouse support, remote supplier access, crew dispatching, customer and fleet management, shipment and part tracking, storekeeper scheduling and packaging. Warehouse and dispatch software often integrates with applications like Vend, Shopify and Salesforce. One of the main goals of warehouse and dispatch software is to deliver dynamic inventory intelligence for better operational control. Read the full software guide...
Warehouse and dispatch software is often utilized by stock managers to help them optimize their inventory and outgoing stock. As such, these solutions mainly focus on the management of warehouses and inventory as opposed to the entire supply chain of a business.
To help streamline the warehouse and dispatch processes of businesses, these solutions can offer a range of features such as warehouse design, multi-warehouse support, remote supplier access, crew dispatching, customer and fleet management, inventory tracking, shipment and part tracking, storekeeper scheduling, packaging, and reporting.
When purchasing warehouse and dispatch software, it can be vital to check what integrations are available for the desired solution, particularly if your business has an existing operations management software stack. This is because there will likely be no substantial benefits derived from a solution that can’t share data with other, for example, inventory management, logistics, or ERP solutions. Additionally, if integrations or industry-specific features are a key concern for your business, it may be worth opting for an all-in-one solution with a broader supply chain focus.
Overall, a warehouse and dispatch solution can help to deliver dynamic inventory intelligence to help businesses enhance their operational control and, therefore, productivity.
|API||Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are programmatic intersections with external products or platforms that allow for custom integrations with your own solutions or other solutions you are using.|
|Budgeting||Planning and tracking capabilities for financial budgets and plans often used to manage funds across different departments or for investor / shareholder oversight.|
|Calendar Management||Manage and update calendars for scheduling or consolidation of events across teams, departments or business functions.|
|Customer Management||Manage customer databases and/or track outstanding shipments, payments and more.|
|Dashboard||Dashboards are digital interfaces commonly used to visualise data or give quick access to important features and functions of online platforms. They often serve as an overview gateway in software applications.|
|Data Export||Exporting functionality can be used to streamline the migration of data sets and information across systems, platforms or applications.|
|Data Import||Importing functionality allows you to use data sets from other systems or platforms to cut down on data entry requirements or to more easily migrate records from similar applications you have used in the past.|
|Data Visualization||Data visualization features render a visual interpretation of data sets through the use of charts, infographics and other visual cues generally in form of a reporting dashboard.|
|External Integrations||Integrations with other software products or platforms to improve efficiency and compatibility across systems.|
|Forecasting||Forecast upcoming expenses, sales, revenue, user levels, etc. through the use of predictive methods and past data.|
|Inventory Tracking||Stay on top of inventory levels, to manage the storing, reordering or production of stock items.|
|Multi-User||Supports more than just one user account and generally allows for collaboration with colleagues.|
|Notifications||Includes notification support and sends you alerts with information on important events and other time sensitive instances. For example through push notifications on mobile phones or email notifications.|
|Order management||Manage the fulfilment of sales and orders for goods and services.|
|Product Catalog||Allows for the digital catalogization of large amounts of products.|
|Route Optimization||Optimize transportation routes, often involving complex processes to determine which route is most cost-effective. Route optimization technology tests multiple 'what if' queries to find the optimal route.|
|SAP Integration||Integrates with common SAP services.|
|Scheduling||Schedule tasks, resources, appointments, payments, communications, etc.|
|Shipping Management||Automate time-consuming shipping issues for goods manufacturers and vendors.|
|Supplier Management||Manage suppliers and purchases required in the day-to-day operation of a business.|
|Third-Party Plugins/Add-Ons||Offers additional features or integrations built by third-party developers in form of plugins or add-ons.|
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