This user manual will guide you through the steps to use the Pick Pool by Area feature in WMS3.0. This feature provides efficient warehouse management by enabling users to create picking pools based on area, filter orders by area code, print pool sheets with area code, handle expiry management and validate orders in existing order pools.
Step 1: Warehouse Setting
To start using this feature, go to the Warehouse Settings page and enable "Pick Pool Flow". You will find two options for picking flow: "Pick pool by area" and "Pick pool by storage." Select "Pick pool by area" and save the changes.
Step 2: Orders Module
Once the setting is enabled, go to the Orders module. You can now select the orders from the gird and create “Picking Pool by Area" from actions filter, depending on the pick pool flow selected in the warehouse settings. You can also create a picking pool on the web, and picking will be done via PDA.
Step 3: Printer Pool Sheet
Pool sheets can now be printed with Area Code instead of Storage Type. The Pool # will show the AREA ID instead of a storage ID. To print a pool sheet, go to the Orders module, and select the pool you want to print. Click on the "Actions" option and select " Print Pool Sheet." The feature also takes care of area-wise pool sheets for two different sections of tables.
Note: If sales orders come with batch numbers, the pick pool sheet is created based on area and batch.
With the Pick Pool by Area feature, you can optimize your order fulfilment process by creating picking pools based on area, filtering orders by area code and printing pool sheets based on area. By following the steps outlined in this user manual, you can easily use this feature in WMS3.0.
Note: If the user wants to switch the picking pool method, a validation message will be displayed, informing the user of the orders in the existing order pool.
This feature enables the user to print barcodes for a specific product SKU from the inventory module. Users can print the barcode in A4 or Zebra format, as per their requirement. Additionally, users can also print UPC/EAN barcodes from the update and product detail pages of the selected SKU.
Step 1: Inventory module: Go to the inventory module after selecting the desired warehouse.
Step 2: Select the Product SKU: Select the product SKU from the grid by clicking on select checkbox.
Step 3: Prnt SKU Barcode: After selecting the SKU, select the “Edit SKU” option from actions and then click on the “Print Documents” button available in the dropdown. This will open a new window where you can select the printing bench, printer, barcode type (SKU Barcode and UPC/EAN barcode) and the printing format.
Step 5: Select Barcode type and Printing format: From the new window, select the barcode type as “SKU Barcode” and the printing format as “A4” or “Zebra” as per your requirement.
Step 6: Print the barcode: Once you have selected the barcode type and printing format, click on the “Print” button to print the barcode.
Step 9: Users can also print SKU Barcodes in bulk by selecting the Product SKUs from the grid and select “Bulk Print SKU Barcodes” from the actions filter.
Conclusion: This feature provides an easy and efficient way to print barcodes for a specific product SKU from the inventory module. Users can print the barcode in A4 or Zebra format, as per their requirement. Additionally, users can also print UPC/EAN barcodes from the update. By following the above-mentioned steps, the user can easily print barcodes for a specific product SKU from the inventory module.
The Enhancement in Missing Label Status for Packing feature is designed to manage orders that fail to receive shipping labels and are moved to the missing label screen. This feature marks the orders as 'packing' status instead of 'packed' status to exclude them from any automatic routine to move orders out from the warehouse or complete them. This feature allows Warehouse Admin to force pack the orders.
Perquisite to use this feature:
This feature will only be available if enabled from admin panel. "Bulk missing label order".
Here are the steps to use the Enhancement in Missing Label Status | Packing feature
Step 1: Log in to your account.
Step 2: Go to the Orders section and click on Pack submodule.
Step 3: Click on the Missing Labels tab.
Step 4: Click on the order to see further details.
Step 5: The system shows these orders in 'packing' status instead of 'packed' status. It will exclude these orders from any automatic routine to move orders out from the warehouse or complete them.
Step 6: If you need to pack orders with missing labels then just, click on the "Force Pack" button during packing. This will enable you to pack these orders manually.
This feature solves the problem by not allowing orders with missing labels to move out from the warehouse or have a status of 'Awaiting Dispatch'. It ensures that the orders are correctly packed and dispatched, improving the overall customer experience.
We are pleased to announce a new feature in WMS3.0 that allows users to import existing LPNs to WMS3.0 with ease. With this new feature, users can download a bulk upload template from the Stock Migration page, fill it out based on the instructions provided, and then upload it to initiate the migration process.
Here is a step-by-step user manual for the Asendia LPN Migration feature in WMS3.0:
- Login to WMS3.0 using your super admin credentials.
- From the main menu, go to Stock Migration.
- Ensure that the "Other: Enable initial stock migration" setting is enabled in the tenant's "Other" section. Only super admin users should be able to access the bulk upload feature from the Stock Migration page.
- Download the bulk upload template by clicking on the "Download Template" button. The template will contain the necessary columns for LPN migration, including location, SKU, quantity, product condition, batch number, and expiry date.
- Fill out the template based on the instructions provided.
- Once the template is filled out, return to the Stock Migration page and click on the "Upload File" button.
- Select the template file you just filled out and click on "Open".
- The migration process will begin, and you will be redirected to the Bulk Activities page to monitor the progress of the migration.
- Once the migration process is complete, check the product statement to ensure that all migrated products show "Initial stock migrated". The stock location should also be updated for the migrated products.
- If a batch number or expiry date is present but the product is not enabled for those features, the product statement will indicate this by showing "This product is not batch enabled" or "This product is not expiry date enabled".
- Note that the LPN will be mapped to the pallet face location only.
This user manual provides a step-by-step guide on how to create LPN and change the LPN lifecycle by changing the status of LPNs from allocated to unallocated in the warehouse management system. This feature is available users and allows them to change the status of LPNs based on the availability of SKUs. Please note that LPNs with orders or stock locations where quantity is greater than zero cannot be unallocated.
Step 1: Login to the Warehouse Management System To access the warehouse management system, go to the login page and enter your username and password.
Step 2: In the warehouse module, navigate to the LPN submodule.
Step 3: Click on Create LPN and fill up all the necessary details like number of LPNs. User can set a prefix and enable the automatic LPN print option as well.
Step 3: Check LPN Status on the LPN page, you will see a list of all LPNs, their status, and associated SKUs. Check the status of the LPN you want to change from allocated to unallocated.
Step 4: Check for SKUs If the LPN has any SKUs associated with it, a warning message will be displayed. You cannot unallocated an LPN with SKUs on it.
Step 5: Check for LPN Orders If the LPN has any LPN orders associated with it, you cannot unallocated it.
Step 6: Check Stock Locations If the LPN has any stock locations where the quantity is greater than zero, you cannot unallocated it.
Step 7: Change LPN Status If the LPN does not have any SKUs, LPN orders, and the stock location quantity is zero or not available, you can change the LPN status from allocated to unallocated. To do this, locate the LPN you want to unallocate, click on the "Action" button, and select "Unallocated."
Step 8: Confirm LPN Status After clicking on the "Unallocated" button, a confirmation message will be displayed. If you want to proceed, click "OK" to confirm the change in status.
Step 9: Verify LPN Status After changing the LPN status from allocated to unallocated, verify the status by checking the "LPN" page. The LPN status should now show as "Unallocated."