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Sage 300 Inventory Management VS. A Best-of-Breed Warehouse Management Solution (WMS)

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We dive into the key differences between what the Sage 300 inventory management module can offer versus implementing a best-of-breed warehouse management solution (WMS).

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Sage 300 Inventory Management VS. A Best-of-Breed Warehouse Management Solution (WMS)

  1. 1. Start Time: 2:00pm EST Welcome! Webinar Audio: You can dial the telephone numbers located on your webinar panel. Or listen in using your microphone or computer speakers.
  2. 2. Webinar Details • Presentation is roughly 1 hour • All phone lines are muted • If anyone has any questions during this webinar – please type them in your Questions Box located at the bottom of your webinar panel
  3. 3. Today’s Presenters Kelly Hummel | Net@Work Sage 300 Practice Director Chris Barnes| HighJump Solution Consultant
  4. 4. View from the C-Suite CFOCIOCOO
  5. 5. View from the C-Suite CFOCIO • Functionality • Growth • Operational Efficiency • Customer Service COO
  6. 6. View from the C-Suite CFOCIO • Infrastructure • Support • Communication • Complex • Functionality • Growth • Operational Efficiency • Customer Service COO
  7. 7. View from the C-Suite CFOCIO • ROI • Cash Flow • Growth • Simple • Infrastructure • Support • Communication • Complex • Functionality • Growth • Operational Efficiency • Customer Service COO
  8. 8. ERP vs. BOB • Flexibility • Receiving • Picking • Shipping • User Interface • System Directed Putaway • Forward Pick/Reserve Storage • 360 Degree Visibility • OWC • Workload Balancing • Bin Level Inventory Tracking • Log • Supply Chain Suite
  9. 9. ERP vs. BOB – Receiving
  10. 10. ERP vs. BOB – Receiving
  11. 11. ERP vs. BOB – Receiving
  12. 12. ERP vs. BOB – Receiving Put-away DirecttoStorage X DockUnload Truck & Product Check In Shipping Staging (RECV02) Storage LPN123456
  13. 13. ERP vs. BOB – Receiving Put-away DirecttoStorage X DockUnload Truck & Product Check In Shipping Staging (RECV02) Storage LPN123456
  14. 14. ERP vs. BOB – Receiving Put-away DirecttoStorage X DockUnload Truck & Product Check In Shipping Staging (RECV02) Storage LPN123456
  15. 15. ERP vs. BOB – Receiving Put-away DirecttoStorage X DockUnload Truck & Product Check In Shipping Staging (RECV02) Storage LPN123456
  16. 16. ERP vs. BOB – Receiving Put-away DirecttoStorage X DockUnload Truck & Product Check In Shipping Staging (RECV02) Storage LPN123456
  17. 17. ERP vs. BOB – ASN Receiving = ASN
  18. 18. ERP vs. BOB – Receiving NO ASN = = ASN
  19. 19. ERP vs. BOB – Container Management
  20. 20. ERP vs. BOB – Flexible Picking Options Start Pick End Pick Pick Activity (10-25%) Travel Time (70-80%)
  21. 21. ERP vs. BOB – Flexible Picking Options Discrete Pick
  22. 22. ERP vs. BOB – Flexible Picking Options Discrete Pick Cluster Pick
  23. 23. ERP vs. BOB – Flexible Picking Options Discrete Pick Cluster Pick Batch Pick
  24. 24. ERP vs. BOB – Flexible Picking Options Discrete Pick Cluster Pick Zone Pick, Pick & Pass Batch Pick
  25. 25. ERP vs. BOB – Mechanization
  26. 26. ERP vs. BOB – Mobile Data Collection
  27. 27. ERP vs. BOB – Mobile Data Collection • Real Time Updates • Sub-second Reponse • Multiple Ways
  28. 28. ERP vs. BOB – Flexible Shipping Options (Workstation) Pick to Shipper - Weigh
  29. 29. ERP vs. BOB – Flexible Shipping Options (RF) Pick to Shipper - Ship (Workstation) Pick to Shipper - Weigh X X
  30. 30. ERP vs. BOB – Flexible Shipping Options Reduce Ship Station Requirements
  31. 31. ERP vs. BOB – System Suggested Putaway Ensure compliance
  32. 32. ERP vs. BOB – Compliance Labeling
  33. 33. ERP vs. BOB – Drop Ship
  34. 34. ERP vs. BOB – System Suggested Putaway
  35. 35. ERP vs. BOB – System Suggested Putaway Labor Productivity Improvement Ladder Logic Suggested Bin
  36. 36. ERP vs. BOB – System Suggested Putaway Receiving Secure HazMat Cold Storage
  37. 37. ERP vs. BOB – Forward Pick / Reserve Storage
  38. 38. Forward Pick Reserve Storage ERP vs. BOB – Forward Pick / Reserve Storage
  39. 39. ERP vs. BOB – 360 Degree Visibility
  40. 40. ERP vs. BOB – 360 Degree Visibility Real time tracking and system updates
  41. 41. ERP vs. BOB – 360 Degree Visibility Real time tracking and system updates • Real Time Updates • 360 Degree Visibility
  42. 42. ERP vs. BOB – 360 Degree Visibility
  43. 43. ERP vs. BOB – 360 Degree Visibility
  44. 44. ERP vs. BOB – Supply Chain Suite Global Network DesktopWeb Service Web Mobile Trading Community Network Apps Transportation In & Out Warehouse Operations Multi-Client Operations Store Delivery Store Operations Tracking/ Visibility
  45. 45. System Architecture • sage ‒ Planning ‒ Finance ‒ Purchasing ‒ Customer orders ‒ Enterprise inventory • HighJump WMS ‒ Execution • Certified data interface
  46. 46. System Architecture • sage ‒ Planning ‒ Finance ‒ Purchasing ‒ Customer orders ‒ Enterprise inventory • HighJump WMS ‒ Execution • Certified data interface
  47. 47. System Architecture • sage ‒ Planning ‒ Finance ‒ Purchasing ‒ Customer orders ‒ Enterprise inventory • HighJump WMS ‒ Execution • Certified data interface
  48. 48. Transition to Kelly Kelly Hummel | Net@Work Sage 300 Practice Director Phone: 636-362-6621 khummel@netatwork.com
  49. 49. System Architecture • sage ‒ Planning ‒ Finance ‒ Purchasing ‒ Customer orders ‒ Enterprise inventory • Without HighJump WMS ‒ Lacks Automation ‒ Manual Picking/Receiving ‒ Search for Inventory ‒ Additional solutions for ‒ Bin, Shipping Vendors, ‒ Reporting is after the fact
  50. 50. Inventory Control – Sage Sage 300’s Inventory Control module offers a complete multi- location inventory management system that keeps track of stock levels and processes inventory receipts, shipments, returns, and adjustments—allowing you to control inventory costs while having enough stock to meet customer demand.
  51. 51. Inventory Control Benefits– Sage Powerful Inventory Control • Take control of inventory management and improve customer satisfaction while cutting costs, delivering more products on time, and optimizing your stock levels. Leverage Flexible Pricing • Maximize sales with flexible options for price discounts and promotions. Set up multiple price lists (in multiple currencies), multiple companies, and multiple warehouses. Seamless Connectivity • Easily connect with other Sage 300 ERP modules to eliminate the need for data reentry to lower the risk of errors and improve data accuracy. Comprehensive Reports and Inquires • Easily accessible reports and drill-downs provide detailed, summary, and exception reports to exceed inventory management requirements. Secure Business Integrity • Protect your most valuable asset—your data. The tight security of inventory ensures that your vital information is protected.
  52. 52. Inventory Control Benefits– Sage Organize inventory records quickly and easily with the ability to set up items and prices by entering all item information within a single item wizard. Sage 300 ERP allows unlimited warehouse locations and tracks pricing, cost, stock, and order information for each item and location.
  53. 53. Inventory Control Benefits– Sage You can automatically monitor inventory status for each item and location, such as available for sale, not in stock, overstocked, oversold, on hand, on order, committed to sale/production, and transfer locations.
  54. 54. Inventory Control Benefits– Sage Powerful processing features include unlimited transactions, serial/lot tracking (optional), bin numbers, multilevel bill of materials, kitting functionality, and an easy- to-use physical count process.
  55. 55. Inventory Control Benefits– Sage Designed with the flexibility to meet the needs of diverse business environments, Inventory Control allows you to maintain and report on as many as eight different costs per location, including FIFO, LIFO, moving average, user-defined and serial or lot costing (optional). Handle fractional quantities to four decimal places and maintain different units of measure for purchasing, selling, and stock.
  56. 56. Inventory Control Benefits– Sage Organize inventory records quickly and easily with the ability to set up items and prices by entering all item information within a single item wizard. Sage 300 ERP allows unlimited warehouse locations and tracks pricing, cost, stock, and order information for each item and location. You can automatically monitor inventory status for each item and location, such as available for sale, not in stock, overstocked, oversold, on hand, on order, committed to sale/production, and transfer locations. Powerful processing features include unlimited transactions, serial/lot tracking (optional), bin numbers, multilevel bill of materials, kitting functionality, and an easy- to-use physical count process. Designed with the flexibility to meet the needs of diverse business environments, Inventory
  57. 57. Extended Solutions– Sage Sage and HighJump Sage Sage & Third Party Automated Receiving - Keyboard wedge - Available not integrated with ASN Bin Control - 1 Bin - Multi-Bin available add’l cost Directed Put Away N/A N/A Quarantine -create location/transfers N/A Packing/End Of Line Processing N/A N/A Automated Picking - Keyboard wedge - Available not integrated with ASN Shipping Integration N/A - Available
  58. 58. Inventory Control Benefits– Sage & HighJump • sage ‒ Planning ‒ Finance ‒ Purchasing ‒ Customer orders ‒ Enterprise inventory • HighJump WMS ‒ Execution • Certified data interface
  59. 59. Start Time: 2:00pm EST Please type in your questions
  60. 60. Upcoming Complimentary Webinars Register on our website: www.netatwork.com/events Deep Dive into WMS Integration to Sage 300 May 17 | 2pm ET (11am PT) Sage Business Care Offerings for Sage 300 and Sage 300c Warehouse Management Benefits for eCommerce Warehouse Management Benefits for Pharmaceuticals May 26 | 2pm ET (11am PT) June 28 | 2pm ET (11am PT) July 19 | 2pm ET (11am PT)
  61. 61. Q & A All phone lines are muted - ‘Raise your hand’ or If anyone has any questions during this webinar – please type them in your Questions Box located at the bottom of your webinar panel
  62. 62. How to get more information – Existing Clients: Contact your Net@Work Account Manager: Scott Beavers Phone: 781.713.0821 sbeavers@netatwork.com Kayla Prenger Phone: 636.362-6624 kprenger@netatwork.com Peter Conway Phone: 973.396.1665 pconway@netatwork.com Michael Kuyumjian Phone: 519.800.2422 mkuyumjian@netatwork.com
  63. 63. Thank You! Kelly Hummel Sage 300 Practice Director | Net@Work Phone: 636.362.6621 khummel@netatwork.com 800-719-3307 www.netatwork.com netatwork.com/blog Net@Work YouTube Follow us on Twitter: @netatwork_corp Follow Net@Work on LinkedIn Follow Net@Work on Google+ Follow Net@Work on Facebook Connect with

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