Technology Solutions

Oracle Warehouse Management System

Over the past several years, Oracle has brought to bear the full force of its software research and development power to renew and deepen its Warehouse Management Solution (WMS). Now a leader in this arena, Oracle’s investment has delivered hundreds of advanced features and offers unprecedented flexibility in deployment regardless of your existing application footprint.


Flexible Deployment Options

Oracle WMS’s new distributed deployment capability is a true game changer in the field of enterprise warehouse management. It challenges the traditional idea of integration by providing a seamless, yet decoupled warehouse management solution. Oracle WMS can be deployed to power global operations independent of other enterprise systems—or tightly integrated with EBusiness Suite. It’s your choice. So regardless of your version of E-Business Suite or host system, you can expect exceptional implementation flexibility, greater availability of mission-critical warehouse systems, and all the latest features we offer.

It’s just part of the next generation WMS from Oracle.


Expanded Best in Class WMS features now include:

Advanced Wave Planning—Minimizing material movements, optimizing labor resources, and tightly integrating warehouse activities with transportation planning;
Demand-Driven Replenishment of High-Volume Items—Minimizing labor movement, improving labor productivity, and reducing pick-time in outbound flows;
Cross-Docking—Synchronizing warehouse material handling with transportation activities, eliminating unnecessary inbound material handling steps, and increasing material velocity.


Regnant | WMS

Should you be a cost centric or a service centric enterprise, or more likely, some hybrid of the two, business leaders, today, understand that their competitive differentiation hinges on what value their supply chain delivers across its stakeholders. It truly is a Winner Take All moment.

Therefore, Everybody we speak with and Everywhere we go, Regnant finds Global Supply Chain and Logistics initiatives featured by companies who aspire to become great companies, or by those elite enterprises that demand even bigger differentiation from their competition.

In addressing the supply chain execution components (Transportation Mgmt, Warehouse Mgmt, and Global Trade Mgmt), we see a platform enabling a collaborative, agile, and fully optimized logistics network that provides outcomes that fuel your Supply Chain and Logistics initiative. Great technology does not always mean the best solution. In fact, technology alone is never the answer.


For the warehouse manager specifically we see the following challenges:

Customer demands keep increasing – In a down economy, there is no downturn on customer requirements. Customers are asking warehouses to change the way they operate to maintain their own businesses. These demands range from product customization to systems integration all of which undoubtedly increase the cost of doing business but they are necessary to gain competitive edge.,

Doing more with less – Warehouse managers are being pressed to increase productivity, doing more in the warehouse with less cost, space and resources, etc. Budgets are being cut drastically to remain competitive.

Operational nimbleness and flexibility – Warehouses are being asked to change the operation quickly to accommodate fast-changing market conditions.

Continued focus on improving efficiency and productivity in picking – Along with all the changes, warehouses are still being asked to improve efficiency and productivity in the most labor-intensive areas.

New technologies – New technologies that enable all these things are important. Upgrading an old legacy WMS, implementing RFID, etc. are becoming options to consider. However, in these times of economic uncertainty, there is little money available and less motivation for purchasing and implementing new technologies

Through our many warehousing implementation experiences, we have found that many of our customers share the same specific concerns related directly to the core functions that warehouse management systems support


Advantages
  • Best in class warehouse management capabilities across full logistics lifecycle
  • Efficient organization of daily workload in an dynamic environment
  • Prioritization of customer order
  • End-to-end business process collaboration across your supply chain network
  • Real time order-shipment data synchronization and workflow orchestration
  • Ensuring FIFO, inventory turnover, revision levels, or expiration dates guide inventory movement
  • Operational flexibility, handling product mix, managing compressed delivery times and volatile volumes
  • Pallet and logistics assets tracking
  • Warehouse location and storage capacity management
  • Critical business intelligence and based on operational and financial metrics
  • The most complete WMS implementation program to cover your warehouse management processes

Benefits
  • Reduced logistics costs
  • Eliminated WMS IT maintenance and support costs for integration across your logistics network and processes
  • Reduced cross-functional waste driven by game changing business process impact
  • Expanded agility to respond to change and seize opportunities
  • Improved customer compliance
  • Improved inventory accuracy
  • Increased sales growth by delivering your promises to your customers
  • Improved asset and workforce utilization with widespread efficiencies

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