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List all types of products that will be controlled in this warehouse. For example, food, clothing, electrical goods...
If the daily volume of receipts is large, consider using the dock booking schedule to coordinate use of multiple docks.
If detailed information about a receipt has to be visually checked, then it may be better to receive on a workstation terminal where all detail can be viewed. If the operator has to walk around a pallet scanning barcodes, then it may be better to receive on a mobile hand-held device.
Consider whether any specific data must be entered when receiving each product. Some products may or may not require expiry date and/or lot or batch number entry. Food, pharmaceuticals and chemicals often have expiry dates and batches.
Serial numbers can also be scanned when receiving some products. electrical and pharmaceutical items have serial numbers.
Scan serial numbers for some products
Some product manufacturers embed that additional information in the shipper barcode, then SEQOS can extract that when the barcode is scanned while receiving. For example, pharmaceutical companies use Data Matrix barcodes containing expiry date and batch information.
The packing function can be used as a final check of the picked quantities prior to the orders leaving the warehouse. The packing function records which shipper the line items are packed into.
The number of user licenses is calculated as the maximum number of operators and users logged on at the same time. For example, there might be 50 different people authorised to use the system, but the maximum number logged on at any given time might be only 20. Often this is calculated as the number of mobile hand-held devices and the number of workstation terminals.
Approximate number of user licenses
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