Warehouse
management
system (WMS)

Proven all-in-one system for Warehouse management with integrated data sources​

ANT Warehouse Management System (WMS) provides users with easy interface and real-time stocks updates to manage warehouse by identifying right products and their location. Ship goods and deliver parts just in time to streamline the production process. ANT WMS is natively integrated with ANT Smart Factory system and can be easily expanded with ANT MES containing traceability, production planning, maintenance and quality.
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Everything you need

Warehouse System Structure

The system allows you to define your own warehouse structure with its levels: racks, locations, positions. Custom properties of warehouse types and levels can be set to model business processes. Configuration for managing acceptable product flow between warehouses is also available.

Goods Receipt Process

When receiving goods into the warehouse from an external supplier, the system records all incoming goods, automatically prints a label for each batch, and proceeds to transfer the goods to the warehouse and its location. The system monitors the progress and completeness of the order (PO).

Buffors

Monitor where products are stored, the current inventory and an overview view for all warehouses. Information about the occupation of each level, the contents of containers or the serial number of goods.


Warehouse Movements

Change the location of a scanned container or serialized product. The user can split the movement, taking only a part of the goods in the scanned location. The system allows the user to move goods only to other locations according to the established warehouse flow. The user can make multiple moves during a single transaction.

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Internal & External Shipments

An automatic mechanism between MES (in production) with WMS. Material supply requests are created and managed at the warehouse according to a prepared list. Materials are collected from suggested locations. Progress is monitored at all times.

Mobile devices

The system works on mobile devices which allows you to access data in real time by scanning any location, container or product (S/N). You can use a mobile device to perform processes such as receiving goods, internal and external shipment of goods, or warehouse movements.

Label Printing

The user can manage and create new labels in the system. Labels can be customized by the user with assignments to individual items or customers. Labels can be set up to be printed automatically, for example, during receiving or shipping.

Containers

Manage containers with their location and status. The user can view the contents of a container and change its status, move products to other containers or remove products from a container. Support of container repacking process.

How WMS can be incorporated into your daily workflow?

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1. incoming from supplier

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2. admission to warehouse – identification print for product

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3. quality control and release to production

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4. movement from warehouse to production

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5. shipment with validation and VDA label print

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6. shipment

The system works on shipping orders, which are automatically written out for the user. By scanning identifiers (containers or products with serial numbers), the system automatically checks whether the scanned goods are suitable for shipment. Thanks to this mechanism, only good parts will reach the end customer. The progress of the shipping order is monitored and visualized. The system prompts from which location to retrieve products. A shipment can be blocked and resumed only by an authorized user. Blocked goods can be moved to another location for further QC decision.

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 A warehouse management system (WMS) is a software system that automates the storage and retrieval of goods in a warehouse. A WMS will keep track of all goods in the warehouse, including the quantity stored at each location. It will also tell employees where to go to retrieve items needed to fulfill orders or fulfill customer requests.  

 Typical WMS features include:  

 – receiving and storing inventory items in the warehouse;  

 – picking and packing orders according to customer requirements;  

 – shipping orders to customers. 

There are many factors that affect the length of the WMS implementation process, such as the size and complexity of the company, as well as additional needs specific to the entity, but on average it takes about 3 months to implement a WMS from start to finish. Implementation time can be shorter if there is no need for customization or integration with other systems. 

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