elastic business SUPPLY

 

Logistics management and supply

elastic business SUPPLY allows companies to manage all its logistical activities from a single point, as if they define its core business as if it were simply another department within the company.

The importance of logistics varies based on the activities realized by the company, although it is usually proportional to the volume of the workload. From the entry of a single screw in the corporate warehouse until delivery to a customer as a part of a complex final product, logistics determine the quality and speed in which the goods or services are offered, their costs and the level of control the company has over these processes.

Within the broad concept of logistics different processes, many of them are complementary and should work in a coordinated form, for this reason elastic business SUPPLY is offered as a solution that covers all of them and allows companies to select only the ones they need. From the management of all types of automated and monitored warehouses and warehouses that are prepared to work in mobility, to the management of flexible supply chains stores; even to cover what happens outside the warehouses, such as the management of vehicle fleets and the optimization of transport routes.

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elastic business SUPPLY features


  1. Integral warehouse management
    • Warehouse management based on operational processes.
    • Parameterization of the different actors involved in the sale:
      • Families.
      • Items.
      • Locations.
      • Resources (workers, machines, etc).
    • Operations of common warehouses:
      • Receiving materials automatically or manually.
      • (Re)count and control of inventory by area, location, lot, articles, etc.
      • Order management, including the operation of picking and grouping of orders.
    • Monitoring the status of the warehouse.
    • Integration with ERP:
      • Reception of entries.
      • Reception of expeditions.
      • Stock settings.
      • Size of inventory.
    • Integration of mobile devices with the warehouse operations.
  2. Flexible supply chain
    • Automation of making decisions based on business rules:
      • Possibility to adapt the rules to the business processes of the company.
      • Rules based on parameterization of the various actors associated with the storage process.
    • Valid for companies with multiple warehouses as well as a single warehouse.
    • Charging system for automatic billing and integration with accounting applications for managing liquidations.
  3. Automated and monitored warehouses
    • Management of the use of machines, paths, locations and the control of processes in the workflow, collecting data through tools such as SCADA systems.
    • Automatic monitoring with mobile devices.
  4. Vehicle fleets and transport routes
    • Inventory of vehicles, users, applications, maintenance and control.
    • Automation of the management system for reservations of vehicles and updated information on their availability.
    • Specific management for businesses with own systems of fuel supply. 
    • Integration with tachograph to learn about events relating the use of the vehicle. 
    • Search of transport routes for travelers and obtaining statistics regarding those routes (offered in different format: web, mobile and tablet).