Warehouse Management

Abelisk’s Warehouse Management module expertly handles the physical flow of product through the warehouse in a controlled, efficient and timely manner. It provides control over your facilities, labor and equipment and lets you plan your warehouse operations.
The Warehousing module builds upon your space and resources.  By defining zones and sub-zones, you are able to control how the space is used and the relationship between areas of the warehouse.  This allows for the efficient use of space, flow of product and the management of incompatible and hazardous products.  It also allows warehouse tasks to be directed.

Planning the flow of product and the use of resources is central to warehouse operations.  You define the processes and the available equipment and labor.  Based on the planned flow of receipts and shipments, your resource requirements can be projected and planned.  This then flows into your warehouse operations.

Abelisk is a rules driven system where you set the rules.


Abelisk™ Warehouse Management Module Advantages

  • Warehouse operations can be fully directed using mobile scanning devices, voice or manually from printed worksheets
  • Labor and equipment requirements can be projected based on receiving, shipping and value added service orders.  This can be set based on a schedule, location or wave
  • The activity resource requirements can then be used to schedule labor and equipment
  • Work planning codes can defined by activity to provide labor and equipment usage and time and handling attributes
  • Warehouse operations are tracked as tasks that allow location, inventory lots and tracking units, containers, inventory status, and other information to be captured
  • Details of inventory operations can be reviewed
  • Inventory operations can be at any of six handling levels—units, inners, outers, cases, pallets and containers
  • Physical counts can be managed by zone and sub-zone, type of product, product velocity, and availability
  • Transfers between locations can be generated by multiple methods
  • Docks assignments can be made to receipts and shipments
  • Inventory can be received, stored and shipped in crates where multiple products are contained in the crate
  • Compatibility codes are used to define how products can be mixed for storage and handling
  • Handling codes are used to define the normal handling of products
  • Each warehouse uses zones and sub-zones to define all storage, staging, dock, and yard facilities
  • Inventory items can be assigned to specific starting sub-zones or to specific locations for storage
  • Sub-zones can be assigned to preferred dock, staging, and yard locations
  • Sub-zones define compatibility requirements and physical handling attributes
  • Locations define capacity specifications, physical attributes, location coordinates, and location type, such as reserve storage, replenishment and forward pick for storage locations
  • Location codes can be defined and automatically assigned
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