Warehouse-LINK® provides visibility to inventory throughout the entire warehouse and beyond the four walls. It can be frustrating to managers when they have to rely on an employee’s memory to locate the product. What happens when that employee is gone? It can be a huge time sink and unnecessary expense having workers find product – only to realize it does not exist, is “lost” or product quantity is short. Warehouse-LINK® eliminates inventory that “slips through the cracks” with integrated worker accountability, product and location verification, and automatic cycle counts that ensure dependable accuracy.
Visibility includes not only product visibility, but also visibility to workers and the tasks they are performing as well as visibility to functions as they are occurring in real-time. This amount of visibility allows a manager to move labor around as needed for the most efficient use of time and labor. For example, when a truck arrives at the dock early (or late), the manager has visibility to see when the truck is available for receiving or shipping and can pull labor from other tasks that may not be as critical as getting the truck unloaded or loaded.
Visibility with Warehouse-LINK® allows managers the flexibility to use every square foot of the warehouse by mixing locations, setting up temporary locations and tolerating exceptions to the rules.

What is a Warehouse Management System?

A Warehouse Management System (WMS) is an essential link to the supply chain process that utilizes technology to increase efficiency and productivity, and provide information about warehouse operations in real-time.

Warehouse-LINK® software from Interlink incorporates warehouse best practices with barcode technology, mobile computing, and web-based applications. Designed from the ground up, Warehouse-LINK® supports all distribution activities and interfaces with ERP systems and all warehouse automation.

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