Product stocking management using an RFID prototype


SKU: 9786206336334
Author: Pereira, Eglecio Alexandre Zonta, Tiago
Publication Date: 08/14/2023
Publisher: Our Knowledge Publishing
Binding: Paperback
Media: Book
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Commercial competition increasingly forces storage companies to use WMS (Warehouse Management Systems) systems, so that they are more effective in managing resources, be they financial, material, human and time. For companies in the storage and distribution industry, currently maintaining a stock without product turnover means loss because it is a capital investment that until its moment of sale will be generating a storage cost that directly impacts the company’s profit. Using technologies that are friendly to day-to-day operations can facilitate storage management by indicating crucial points such as minimum stock, maximum stock, internal location of products, direct integration with partners, etc. This information can help WMS management systems to adopt distribution or sales strategies that are more improved to the real situation of the WMS in order to avoid commercial losses by managing to maintain the added value to the product instead of losing it due to the cost of storing it.