Setting Up Your Warehouse Management System’s Min/Max Inventory Levels
Our Industry-Leading Barcode Warehouse Inventory System comes equipped with the Warehouse Set Min/Max feature which lets you set a minimum and maximum inventory level for each Inventory item. You can use our software to optimize and implement a far more efficient warehouse management process. Within our Warehouse Inventory System, the min and max levels for each Inventory item can be set to a specific location within your warehouse or even to an entire Warehouse as well. If any of your inventory hits your set min/max level our system will email you an alert.
Why Incorporate Min/Max Levels in Your Warehouse?
1At first glance, one might think that it will be easy to manually keep an eye on inventory levels. However, the actual process is complicated and depends on the trends that occur in your warehouse inventory, which might be hard to analyze with manually recorded data. The Set Min/Max feature is a cog in the well-oiled machine of our Warehouse Management System (WMS) that will make sure you never understock or overstock your warehouse.
The Benefits of Automating Min/Max Levels Alerts in WMS
Setting Up Warehouse Inventory Levels Range in Our WMS
1Users can set up a min/max quantity for each item via the item file under the Stock Info tab. You can also add information like assigned locations and timings to ensure every employee involved in the process stays informed.
Set Up Your Alerts to Know When Inventory Levels Hit Min/Max
1Here comes the best part of the Set Min/Max feature; Your system administrator can set up alerts to notify designated employees when specific warehouse inventory reaches the min/max level chosen. These alerts can be delivered through text or email. The Min/Max Levels setting can be accessed either from the Admin/System Configuration Menu or the item file itself. The contents of the alerts can also be specified.
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