Consistent quality is central to improving warehouse efficiency, efficiently managing inventory levels and delivering on customer expectations. Relying on an ad hoc approach to quality might have worked in good times but, in times of crisis, a comprehensive and systematic approach to quality can help minimize costs and maximize productivity.
As e-commerce sales continue to increase, drop shipping becomes the norm and overall expectations around shipping make customer satisfaction more difficult to achieve, competitive advantage for companies that sell or distribute products ultimately comes down to a warehouse’s ability to deliver orders faster and more accurately than ever. Using spreadsheets and paper to track inventory as it moves through the warehouse will no longer suffice.
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Manufacturing is an industry in a constant state of change. Confronted with challenges on multiple fronts, from ecosystems and business models to technology and customer expectations, manufacturing firms face a mandate to improve and transform or become extinct.
If your company is using (or considering) a homegrown or built-to-order WMS, it’s time to start asking the tough questions about the current and future viability of those systems for your growing organization.