Logistics Management System
Plus Technologies designs print software solutions to streamline and improve productivity in logistics and warehouse management environments. In order to better maximize efficiencies, organizations must be able to reliably print pick tickets, invoices, labels, bills of lading and other documents. In many cases, documents must be combined or re-ordered for inclusion in a shipment. Documents should not be duplicated or missed.
Logistics systems need to be reliable to fulfill the promise of fast, accurate shipping of products to anywhere in the world.
Logistics systems are often driven by automated and integrated order processing and inventory control systems. Orders are processed upon receipt, and they ship product within 24 hours.
OM Plus Delivery Manager print routing software seamlessly ingests documents from ERP’s and inventory control systems, is able to combine and re-sequence individual documents as needed into ‘packets’ based on customer order, and load balance them to maximize capacity. OM Plus spooling software provides automated fail-over and notification capabilities to keep the line moving so that fewer deadlines are missed. OM Plus print software will also manage the label printing needs.
Use Case examples:
- Large Grocery Chain: Uses OM Plus to enhance the label printing operation in their cold food distribution warehouse to streamline the movement of pallets.
- Appliance Manufacturer: Utilizes OM Plus to improve line uptime and capacity by using the automated fail-over and load balancing features.
- Software as a Service (SAAS) Provider: Uses OM Plus internet based printing solution in over 1000 end users store locations. Business critical documents are first created at the data center. Non-technical personnel are able to securely download and print these documents automatically using a simple plug and play appliance located at the local store.
- Distribution Center: Implements bundling of related documents through OM Plus to increase print throughput. Bundles are load balanced across multiple printers.