How Picklists Shorten the Order Fulfillment Process
We understand that order fulfillment is a complicated process in a warehouse, interwoven across teams and where coordination is of utmost importance. One small error could delay the fulfillment of bulk orders that warehouses are known for. We designed our Warehouse Inventory System’s Warehouse Picklist feature to address this issue. You or a designated administrator can create a list of inventory items to be retrieved and assign it to runners in your warehouse, providing you with an efficient and clear-cut workflow. Once the picklist has been generated in our Barcode Warehouse Inventory System, your employees can start the order fulfillment process without a problem.
Where to Adjust the Warehouse Picklist Settings?
1You or a designated system administrator can adjust the WMS Warehouse Picklist feature settings from the System Configuration Settings menu. Our Warehouse Management System provides two options; one where users manually close out the picklist or one where the picklist is automatically closed for them.
What Comes Next?
Once you or a system administrator creates the picklist, you can print out the list and assign it to runners in your warehouse. This is when the order fulfillment process begins, the runner collects and scans the items on the picklist, enters the information needed and your order is ready to be released to customers!
This saves your employees the hassle of spending more energy on manual work. The Warehouse Picklist feature works in tandem with our Pack and Ship feature to automate the order fulfillment process.
How the Picklist Looks Like in Our WMS
Depending on your preference or what your warehouse needs, our picklist is populated in two different formats.
1Default format – Users can tailor this to the specifics of your warehouse inventory
2Sales Order format – Users can print a picklist directly from the sales orders generated
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