It is delivered fully integrated, out of the box, as a part of the Oracle E-Business Suite, with the aim of helping to simplify implementation and improve overall ROI.
The system can support various picking methodologies such as directed picking and putaway, automated task dispatching, and compliance labeling.
‘Due to the integration with the Oracle E-Business Suite, our clients will be able to rapidly increase efficiency and reduce costs by streamlining warehouse operations and reducing information technology (IT) overhead,’ said Rick Hymer, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young’s North American Oracle service line leader.
‘The Warehouse Management System offering provides the functionality required for us to provide a much-needed, integrated solution for warehouses and distribution centers,’ he added.
In addition, Oracle also announced Oracle Mobile Supply Chain Applications, providing barcode scanning and radio frequency mobile support for existing Oracle manufacturing, quality, receiving, shipping and inventory transactions.
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