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Accommodate Omni-Channel Fulfilment
Having a sound distribution and logistics infrastructure that enables all of your operations divisions to work together is critical to achieving omni-channel success.
Improve Inventory Accuracy
Poor inventory visibility and tracking often results in the inability to locate inventory quickly and to accurately fulfil customer orders.
Manage Inventory Tasks With Warehouse Mobility
With hundreds-to-thousands of tasks occurring in your warehouse every day, supervisors want the right tools to manage the flow of inventory and fine-tune labour tasks from the floor.
Manage Value-Added Services, Personalisation
Gift wrapping, personalised notes and other value-added services make a big difference to customers, but they can slow down shipping times.
Streamline Inventory Receiving Processes
Complex receiving processes don't have to slow the velocity of inventory to its next destination. Consider introducing a more process-driven approach to inventory management.
Run Multi-Tenant Warehouses
Support complex warehouse needs for multiple customers or business units within a single warehouse.
Manage High SKU Counts
Effectively manage higher inventory turns in your distribution centre to support high SKU counts and season-driven product assortments.
We tried to cobble our systems together, but the antiquated data delivered incorrect financials and inventory numbers. As long as we remained with a third-party provider we had little control over finding a long-term solution."
Ken Dunaj, Executive VP& COO, Restoration Hardware
Without Manhattan’s Warehouse Management solution, we could not have achieved the growth we have to date. The scalability of the solution has allowed GUESS? to target our systems and processes to the ever-evolving world of retail and wholesale distribution."