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CompuTec WMS 2.0 R18

With CompuTec WMS 2.0 R18 comes the full release of CompuTec WMS for Android. This means that CompuTec WMS can now be used on most Android devices (Android 6 and higher) in live warehouse environments. To find out more about CompuTec WMS for Android devices please visit our previous blog post on this topic or, […]

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New Stock Counting in CompuTec WMS

CompuTec WMS now comes with the option to use a new stock counting methodology which allows for a smoother, more practical workflow when creating Inventory Counting documents. Previously Stock Counting documents had to be created by an SAP Business One user and a list based on that document was displayed in CompuTec WMS. Now you […]

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Automating your warehouse (on a budget)

We’ve all seen hi-tech automated warehouses where the work is carried out by robots. Guided vehicles and retrieval robots pass goods around the warehouse in a perfectly coordinated dance of efficiency. It is the stuff a warehouse manager’s dreams are made of. But sadly, that kind of technology requires an investment that is simply beyond […]

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Why your WMS should be integrated with your ERP solution

If you are in the market for a new WMS (Warehouse Management System), you’ll already know that there are a lot of options out there and the range of choice can be overwhelming. To help you focus your search, we strongly suggest that you stop looking for a standalone WMS entirely and instead, take a […]

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Document Signatures in CompuTec WMS

In the latest version of CompuTec WMS, we’ve added the ability to add signatures to a number of CompuTec WMS documents. You can easily customize for which documents signature records will be kept and you can choose whether a signature is required for the document to be saved or if a signature can be recorded […]

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Managing production logistics using SAP Business One with ProcessForce

In this article I would like to bring your attention to a crucial subject when it comes to customer service: execution of an order and its handling in SAP Business One with ProcessForce. Of course by that I mean the whole process, from receiving a customer order, through production, to the moment of shipping goods to the customer. The whole process, from the manufacturer’s point of view, can be divided into two main topics: sales order and manufacturing order areas.

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