Best Practices, Compliances, and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) can mean many things to many people, but one thing everyone can agree on is that a warehouse management system, like Warehouse-LINK®, improves best practices, compliance and SOP in the warehouse industry.
Warehouse Best Practices generally refers to industry-wide standards that optimize warehouse operations. Warehouse-LINK® follows best practices for all warehouse activities. For example, warehouse receiving best practices functionality includes ASN, cross docking, and returns.
Warehouse Compliance includes warehouse safety procedures and industry compliance regulations. Warehouse safety procedures might include material handling and storage procedures for hazardous materials, food or high dollar inventory. Warehouse-LINK® includes functionality that enforces rules for worry-free warehouse management. An example might be not allowing the storage of hazardous materials and food items next to each other. Warehouse-LINK® places restrictions on warehouse locations that do not meet approved storage requirements and offers locations approved for putaway and storage. With Warehouse-LINK®, workers are accountable for their actions through sign on security that documents and provides a history of activities with timestamp verification.
Most companies have their own warehouse SOP for logistics management. Warehouse-LINK® has an abundance of features and functionality but most companies have at least one uniqueness that requires customization. Interlink is at the top of the class when it comes to providing customization and meeting unique requirements. Interlink’s engagement in the warehouse industry spans over 30 years and in that time we have incorporated a long list of diverse SOPs.