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Overview

SYSPRO WMS

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1996 - Founded MSCLocated in Newmarket, ONSoftware DeveloperWarehouse Management SystemsShop Floor Data CollectionShipping SolutionsCustom Solutions

Who Are We

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ERP Integration

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SYSPRO Integration

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Schema Mapped to WMS Transaction

Each Data Tag in Schema Mapped to Corresponding Data Element in WMS Transaction

Standard Mapping Included

Mapping Tool Will Allow Add-on Data

Schema Held in Memory

XML Generated and Passed to

SYSPRO

Based on Data to Schema Mapping

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SYSPRO Integration

SYSPRO provides 2 schema files for each transactionParametersTransaction DataCOLLECT Data Output ServiceEach COLLECT transaction is mapped to a SYSPRO transaction Schema

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SYSPRO Integration

Detail sections for each transaction are mapped

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SYSPRO Integration

Advantages:Transactions can be quickly tailored to reflect customer needs Additional transactions can be configured without codingTransactions can be enabled/disabled on a need basisMapping details can be added/adapted for new or updated schemas without codingSimpler version control of source code for each customerConsistent approach to handling the XML generation of the transactionSchemas and transaction definitions held in memory so performance is excellent

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Rule Driven Business Logic

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SFDC vs. WMS

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COLLECT WMS

Warehouse Management

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Logistics and Inventory Logic

Warehouse & Inventory

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Location Management - Structure

Company C1 C2Site S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6Warehouse W1 W2 W3Locations L1 L2 L3Zones

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Location Management

Location Type

Bulk, Inspect, Retain LPN, Forward-pick, Etc.

Allocate, Receive, Stage, etc.

Putaway Task Created

Default Dimensions

L/W/H, Volume, Weight. UoM for each

Location Type Capacity

By Location Type

Container Type

Max Quantity

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Location Management

Location

Dimensions

L/W/H, Volume, Weight. UoM for each

Temperature High / Low

Humidity High / Low

Storage Type

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Location Management

Zones

Location From / To

Level From / To

Used for Pick assignment

Used for Vehicle / Task assignment

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Allocations

ERP Authorizes Sales Orders, Jobs, Transfer Orders

WMS Allocates What is to be Picked

Allocation Strategies

FEFO

FIFO

Smallest Quantity

Customer Shelf Life can be Considered

Strategies Easily Added / Modified

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Allocation Strategies

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Allocation Strategy Sequencing

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Lot Expiry Rules

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Packaging Types

Defined per Item

Full Pallet

Cases

Bundles

Inner pack / outer pack

SKU’s

Used

in Picking to Optimize number of Pieces to Pick

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Container Tracking

Item

ID’d

as Packaging Materials

Packaging – Used to Package. e.g.- 5 gal plastic pail for jam (implicit)

Warehouse Type – pallets, tote for Shipping (explicit)

Partner Inventory Account – Customer, Vendor, Sub-Contractors

Shipment-to: Increases Account Balance

Return-from: Decreases Account Balance

Supported in All Transactions – Internal / External

Internal – In-use and On-hand Tracked

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Overview - WMS

All Typical Warehouse transactions supportedMultiple methods available for some transactionsSecurity determines what options available to each user Language by User

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Inventory - WMS

Inventory Status – real-time – where is inventory, how much do I havePhysical Count Print inventory and other labels

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Inventory - WMS

Inventory Status – real-time – where is inventory, how much do I haveManual Replenishment Additional to Automated Physical Count Print inventory and other labels

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License Plating

Manage inventory with license platesEfficient – single scan of LPN to:Putaway a pallet (container)Move pallet from location to locationPick a pallet for WIP Issue, MTO or SO ship Greatly Simplifies Count Processes

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Purchase Receiving - WMS

Receive by Item, or ListReceive to “Staged”, review/QA then Commit to ERPVessel ReceiptsInbound ASN SupportedPrint labels – during receipt or on demand

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Lot Characteristics

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Work in Process

WO picklist on handheldIssue by item rather than from listReverse issues – re-labelWIP receipts to inventory Label print on demand

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Touch Screen

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Touch Screen Job Reporting

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Work Station

Work order linked to a production stationDefine number of SKU’s / PalletAuto number (LPN) each CaseAuto generate label for each CaseOption to batch / pre-print Case labelsAuto generate lot numberScan any Case at Wrap to Generate Pallet Label

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Job Assignment to Work Station

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Recording and Verifying

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Current Status of Pallet 100082

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Example Case Label

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Example Pallet Label

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Quality Control

ERP Knows Lot is Under Advisement

WMS Controls What Can be Done with the Lot

Controls

Actions Based upon

Status

Codes

LPN / Pallet

Lot

Level (to be added to next release

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Status Codes

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LPN Status

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Status by Lot

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Quality Status Update

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Warehouse stock level management

Replenishment Management

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Replenishment Configuration

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Manual Replenishment

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Replenishment Report

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Task Management

Trucks defined – high lift, low lift, hand, etc.

Zones of Operation DefinedVehicle Capacities DefinedToday: Putaway TasksPlanned:Cycle Count Replenishment

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Task Allocation

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Wave Pick Paperless Picking etc.

Order Picking Process

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Paperless Picking – WMS

Orders Released by ERP

Orders displayed in due date sequenceCan also be viewed by: Pick zone CustomerOrders can be unassigned by supervisorEliminate pick paperwork

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Pick Zones

Location From / To

Level From / To

Used for Pick assignment

User sees only Orders and Lines to be picked from their assigned zone(s)

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Paperless Picking – WMS

Sequencing by due date Color coded for ease of selection Red : past due Green : due today Yellow : due tomorrow White : 2 or more days in future

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Picklist Display / Sort Option

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Picklist Sort Options

Location

Sales Order Line

Location-Package Type

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Simple Ship – WMS

Picklist on HandheldPick by Line or Location sequence Edit pick – remove picked item, qtyCommit to ERP

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SO Wave - Pick and Packout

Pick to ship carton, orMultiple orders in one wave thru warehouseTypically small itemsPick to cart or tote then bring to packout station for transfer to ship carton(s)

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SO Wave – Touch Packout Station

Pick to tote on handheld Drop tote on gravity conveyor Packout tote to ship carton(s) Print ship label Print ship papersShip SO or add to Load and Ship Load

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SO Pick to Pack

Single SO at a timePicklist display options: SO Line sequence Warehouse location sequence Heavy to light item sequencePick directly into ship container(s) (LPN)Order can be split to multiple pickersTypically larger items and / or order size

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SO Pick to Pack - Edit

What has been done can be undone

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SO Ship – Load & Ship

SO can be shipped singlySO (one or many) can be assigned to a loadLoad can be shipped as truck leaves dockAll SO’s on load updated to ERPCan record: trailer and seal numberPrint carrier labels Can’t fit all picked to load – transfer to next ShipmentSend ASN

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Shipping Paperwork

As Product Is Picked We Know:

Item Numbers

Weights

No. of Packages – Including Type of Package and Content of Each

Customer Requirements

Paperwork Format, Cross Dock Requirements, etc.

Item Properties – Hazardous, etc.

Collect Can Print:

Pack List: Line Item or Container Version

BOL – Per Order, Consolidated by Ship-to, Master BOL

NAFTA Certificate or Origin

Proforma / Commercial Invoice – for Customs Clearance

Shippers Export Declaration

Hazardous Materials Declaration

All from Data Comes from ERP

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Shipping - Special Needs

Sysco, McDonalds, IHOP, Starbucks, Loblaws, etc.

Meet their spec: Label, Packlist, BOL, etc., or

Face charge backs, loss of business

Key to success in their world = ACCURACY

picked = labeled = shipped = paperwork/ASN

Enforce scan as picking occurs – turn off key entry

Confirm – QA review of what has been picked

Enforce scan of LPN’s onto load – unique bar code option – turn off key entry

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Shipping - Special Needs

Labels

LPN / pallet content labels

Shipping label – unique to their specification

BOL and

Pack lists

Direct to store versus to DC

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MTO – Pick and Pack – WMS

Functions the same as SO Pick to Pack

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MTO - Load and Ship – WMS

Same process as SO Load and ShipShip a single order, orShip the load Print all Shipping Papers

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MTO – Receive – WMS

Functions the same as PO receive

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MTO Ad-Hoc

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Pallet Picked to Transfer

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Load Planning

Load planning - Create Truck Loads

Assign Orders to Loads

Can Assign in Drop Off Sequence

Planned Load can be picked-as-planned

Employee Scheduling - Assign Orders to Pickers

All Orders on One Drop to One Picker

Individual Orders to Individual Pickers

Split Orders Across Multiple Pickers By:

Warehouse

Location Code Sequence

Limit What Can Be Picked by Order - Line

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Load Planning

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Location Management

Bulk inventory

Rack based inventory

Quick pick / pick face

Replenishment

Bulk/Rack to pick face

Rotation

FIFO

Smallest quantity – free up space

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COLLECT WMS

Optional

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Clippership / UPS / FedEx

Pass SO and pick data to ClippershipClippership rates and prints waybill labelPick up rate and waybill number(s)Pass to ERP when SO is shipped

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Time & Attendance and Labor

Direct & Indirect Labor Time In-OutEmployee mode – does not allow date / time changeClock-in rules – early, late rules enforcedTouch, Mobile, PC formats

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Time & Attendance and Labor

Supervisor mode –allows date / timechange

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COLLECT®

Architecture

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Client Windows Mobile 5, 6, Pocket PC 2002PC / PC touch for some transactionsDesktopConfigurationPC based transactionsServerCommunications managementTo / from ClientTo / from the ERP systemDSS MappingData synchronizationService Queue Transactions packaging to ERP, e-mail, etc.Database

Components

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Technical Environment

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COLLECT / ERP Integration

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Client - Mobile

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Questions


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