Choosing your warehouse location strategically will affect your accessibility to your customers. If your supply chain partners are connected well through highways and adequate local traffic infrastructure, you will be more efficient than if you had long distances to accommodate. For many companies, warehouse management systems are implemented to complement current warehouse procedures and protocols. Depending on the weak areas that you’re looking to shore up, there is warehouse management software that can be tailor-made to fit the needs of your growing business. Here are some of the best strategic effects that can come out of applying a warehouse management system in your warehouse
It streamlines your customer service procedures, One of the most common mistakes that managers and planners make is that they often fragment communications between the warehouse and the customer service department. This move usually ends up causing distractions and wasted time as messages have to sometimes filter through several departments or parties before they reach the right person.
With a warehouse management system that includes transparent customer service-related recording capabilities, though, both the warehouse and the customer service departments are able to track orders, fulfillment times, shipping procedures and customer feedback through the exact same system, in real-time. Naturally, this immediately cuts down on confusion and general time-sucks that occur when it comes to meeting the customer’s needs.
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