Scan Packing | Pulse EDI is one that will more than meet the immediate demands of your trading partners. But one that is also totally integrated with a WMS that is at the forefront of industry standards and best practice.
From the EDI scan packing perspective, Scan Packing | Pulse EDI will:
Fully meet the demands of your EDI trading partners
Allow you to offer customers e-business facilities beyond their immediate requirements, thus adding to your competitive advantage
Effectively manage the electronic handling of invoices, ASN dispatch advice, sales forecasts, purchase orders, purchase order change requests and receipt advices
Eliminate errors by removing the need for repetitive re-keying of customer transaction data from original order through to final delivery
Reduce clerical work and associated cost
Automatically generate ASN and SSCC label requirements
Reduce credit claims by increased picking accuracy
Reduce payment cycle due to error free transactions
But as part of an overall SCM application, your total PULSE solution will also deliver a wide and potent range of other well documented benefits including:
Inventory accuracy (by location) of 99.98%
Reductions in inventory levels of up to 15%.
Vastly increased customer service levels.
Reductions in warehouse space requirements by 10-30%.
Reductions in warehouse error rates to 0.1% or less
Reduction of “customer reported” warehouse errors to zero
Full stocktakes down from a full weekend to a day or eliminated by the use of cycle counting
Product recall handled “quietly” and quickly
Effective and totally up to the moment control of all raw materials, components, WIP and finished goods stocks in the manufacturing environment.
Pulse Logistics Systems | Advanced Supply Chain Solutions
At PULSE the design, development and implementation of advanced Supply Chain Management (SCM) systems has been our singular focus since the early 1990s.
Over time, we have come to intimately understand the problems that confront the logistics sector and have developed a reputation for delivering effective, accurate and integrated logistics solutions systems to help meet those challenges.
Our Logistics and IT Specialist teams have decades of highly relevant hands-on experience. All have worked on many supply chain management solution implementations. All undergo continual ongoing training. And all are fully conversant with the capabilities and deployment of the latest materials handling and IT technologies such as Voice and RFID. They are also the personnel who meticulously ensure that the implementation of any PULSE solution will be completed on time, on budget and to full specification.
Two essential elements that underscore the design of all PULSE solutions are what we term integration and scalability.
The first of these means that when a client implements a new SCM application, they will know that this will seamlessly integrate with all the other IT systems that are already in use. Be those general business or ERP software packages or other logistics-specific computer tools. Because of this, users are able to reduce installation times to an absolute minimum, the process of cutting across to the new solution is greatly simplified and the investment in current systems is protected.
Such investment protection is also pivotal to the scalability of the PULSE product family. Here, our view that a user should only have to make a financial commitment today to the facilities and features that they need today. Equally, however, they should also be assured that their system can evolve over time.
At Pulse we are a true one stop shop. We develop sell and implement the software as well as the RF infrastructure that supports our solutions.