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How to optimize your warehouse to drive growth and profit

How do you know if you need warehouse management software? Read or click here to get help with the answer:

Keep Stock Accurate

Deploy our Warehouse Management Software (WMS). It will simplify and streamline the work of precisely tracking the physical journey of every SKU from receiving to storage and onto outbound shipments.


Drive Optimization with Data

Use data created by the SKU journey to glean insights and take actions that result in lower costs, higher efficiency, and higher customer satisfaction.
Continually learn and fine-tune.


Increase Order Volume

To increase revenue and drive repeat orders and order throughput, use ABC analysis to drive up service levels, and implement cycle counting to continuously ensure stock accuracy.

What does our Warehouse Management Software (WMS) do, and how does it drive growth and profit?

Precisely track every SKU Journey

The Salesorder.com WMS enables you to precisely manipulate and track the journey of every SKU from receiving to storage and onto outbound shipments. It uses Barcode scanners to track SKUs. It simplifies and streamlines warehouse tasks.

Our WMS is part of the Salesorder.com solution for wholesaler optimization. It requires no integration. It is optional at no cost.

What gets measured gets optimized to drive profit

Our WMS gives you real-time visibility of inventory levels, locations, and movements within the warehouse.

This means precise data in reports that empower you with actionable insights to fine-tune processes, optimize inventory levels, and anticipate market trends.

This data-driven approach leads to informed decisions to optimize throughput, service levels, and customer satisfaction, which in turn drive growth and profitability.

Increase margins and revenue

An optimized warehouse, finely tuned and meticulously organized, offers myriad benefits that ripple through the entire supply chain, driving efficiency, reducing costs, and enhancing customer satisfaction. These gains inevitably lead to better margins and revenue.

ONE system, one truth. Our WMS is optional and part of Salesorder.com at no extra cost.

Every function in Salesorder, including the WMS, is built on ONE database. ONE source of truth, no integration, no third-party apps (or costs). Everything is unified and real-time.

Multiple warehouses - versatile and no extra cost

You can spin up as many additional warehouses as you need for no extra cost. The Salesorder WMS is versatile and can model different scenarios.

For example:

  • A warehouse containing stock not owned by you.
  • A 3rd party Warehouse, e.g. Amazon FBA.
  • Stock in Containers in transit.

SKU instance tracking - track every individual SKU journey

You can track lots, expiration dates, batches, and SKUs with serial numbers. When you receive any stock in the warehouse, an SKU instance is created. Instances store information about the origin and destination of each SKU.

Using the Stock Manager feature you can review instances to discover which Supplier, which PO, which Customer, and which Sales Order, etc.

Optimize inventory management movements with Barcodes

Using Barcode scanners to track inventory movements eliminates manual errors and minimizes discrepancies.

Barcode scanning is real-time, and therefore, your stock situation is always up to date.

Our Item Master stores SKU Barcode IDs, including Customer and Multipack SKU codes.

We provide a barcode scanner app for Android devices that connects the scanner(s) to the WMS.

Scanner user logins are independent of the main app. You can set permissions for workflows by a user. For example, User 1 can only Pick, User 2 can Pick and Pack, etc. You get the idea.

WMS Console - Configure, Oversee, and Intervene

Each Warehouse has its own dedicated Console. This enables users with permissions to configure features such as user permissions, workflows (i.e. Receiving, Picking, etc), Locations, etc.

WMS Console users can oversee and follow all Barcode operations, for example, the journey of each Shipment and the picking and packing of each SKU.

From the WMS console, users can intervene and take over any task.

Real-Time Event History

Each WMS keeps a detailed log of every event in your warehouse, including the user and task.

Always accurate stock

How to track real-time visibility of inventory levels, locations, and movements in your warehouse(s)

Optimize inventory management with configurable Locations

You can configure WMS Locations to model your layout and tell warehouse workers why, how, and where SKUs are located.

You can assign SKUs to one or more Locations. Locations can be configured to support your picking and putaway strategies, pick order, and routes.

How a Location is configured can depend upon factors such as demand, SKU status (i.e. In Transit, Quarantine, etc.), Order #, size, weight, and storage requirements.

Examples are:

  • Goods In and Out
  • ABC locations for high turnover SKUs
  • Packing
  • In Transit Container
  • Building of Kits or Assemblies
  • Reserved for specific Orders
  • 3rd Party Location
  • Reserved Quarantine
  • Stock Count Group

Walkthrough our Warehouse Management System


How do you know if you need a warehouse management system?

Here are some indicators that suggest you may benefit from implementing WMS:

Inventory Management Challenges:

Order Fulfillment Issues:

Space Utilization Concerns:

Lack of Visibility and Control:

Operational Inefficiencies:

Scalability and Growth Objectives: