Modern Warehouse Management
Automation and Organisation of Warehouse and Order Picking Systems
Modern warehouse and distribution systems constitute highly complex nodes within the value-added chain and have to meet a variety of requirements with regard to time, costs and quality. The efficient operation of such a system is a continuous and great challenge for anyone in charge. Recent developments of advanced computer and control technologies have provided the necessary control and management systems (warehouse management systems, WMS). Nevertheless, due to the high complexity, users often find it hard to handle these kinds of systems.
Because of the large variety of solutions and system requirements the design, choice and operation of a WMS requires extensive know-how and experience. Many aspects have to be considered and implemented which dictate whether the system will succeed or fail.
The purpose of this three-day course is to give the delegate an overview over possible solutions and help him to make the right choice. It presents background information, examines not only the potential, but also the risks and strategies, and thus sets the basis for comparisons for all those who are responsible for the choice and specification of warehouse management systems.
This course will give system developers new ideas by pointing out the problems and limits of current developments and offering new approaches with regard to the structure and design of WMS.
Online Price - R3999.00
Venue Price - R8999.00
Who Should Attend - This course is designed for personnel involved in warehousing activities, both at the operational and supervisory levels
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