Know What's on Your Shelves with Our Warehouse Vacancy Locations Feature
Are you tired of the time-consuming back and forth that happens every time you try to log vacancies in your warehouse? Our Warehouse Inventory System works hard so you can know the location of vacancies in your warehouse as soon as the shelves are empty. With the fast-paced nature of business in our world, you need speed and efficiency to get ahead of the game when it comes to releasing inventory and restocking accurately. This feature in our software helps you achieve that by providing you with pertinent warehouse vacancy information. Our Warehouse Barcode Inventory System takes it a step further by generating reports to help you predict trends within your warehouse(s).
How Does Vacant Locations Help Your Warehouse(s)?
Looking at Warehouse Vacancy Reports
Users click into Vacant Locations on the Dashboard to view a variety of warehouse inventory and vacancy reports so that they can gauge the capacity of their facilities. These reports can be downloaded directly to your computer, emailed, printed, or available for a quick glance through the Dashboard.
For Organizations of Any Size
Our WMS Vacant Locations feature covers the needs of businesses of any size and is available in all system options:
1Single Warehouse Software For small businesses that only operate one warehouse, the Vacant Locations feature in our Single Warehouse Software offers complete visibility of the vacancies at your warehouse.
2One System for Multiple Warehouses If your business operates multiple warehouses, you can make use of the Vacant Locations feature in our Multiple Warehouses Inventory System to view vacancies across all your sites or look at vacancies in each site individually.
3Enterprise Warehouses Management With Enterprise Warehouse Solutions, super administrators can identify every vacant location within each of their many different standalone systems.
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