Are you looking to better manage your warehouse operations? Oracle JD Edwards is a robust ERP with various modules to meet your business needs. So, how do you make the most of it?
There are 3 main modules in JDE when it comes to managing your warehouse: Distribution, Manufacturing, and Warehouse Management System (WMS).
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With WMS, the more complex your warehouse and inventory is, the better the fit you are. With this module comes better utilization of warehouse space and efficiency, and it handles your special storage rules in your warehouse. Gain even more value from your WMS investment with advanced functionality specifically built to extend JDE WMS, including Hot Replenishment and Pick Manager.
Meet your warehouse needs with less complexity
If you determine you don’t need a full Warehouse Management System, RF-SMART offers a robust WM Lite offering that extends JD Edwards Distribution or Manufacturing modules to achieve many of the WMS benefits – without the added complexity.
- Dynamic Work Order Picking - Direct the picking of work order components for optimum efficiency with support for both hard and soft committed components.
- Dynamic Material Request & Fulfillment – RF-SMART enables replenishment functionality for those using Manufacturing or Distribution in JD Edwards E1. With RF-SMART applications, you can maintain desired inventory levels at production staging and forward picking areas.
- Dynamic Directed Putaway - Allow for some basic, real-time directed warehouse movements by directing workers to put product away in a specific zone into a location that has capacity. The result is a quick putaway process and well-organized warehouse for efficient downstream processes like replenishment and picking.
- Dynamic Picking – Direct your pickers on the most efficient path through the warehouse. This advanced functionality creates virtual picking suggestions in real-time by evaluating the demand on your inventory and comparing it to the availability of the product.