Warehouse Inventory

Become a logistics master with a few clicks of the mouse.

 

NEXGEN’s Warehouse module is more than a basic parts inventory system – it is a fully featured warehouse management system that is completely integrated with the CMMS. We have designed a highly configurable system that will adapt to your warehouse’s layout and workflow.
With Warehouse Inventory, your organization can maintain multiple warehouses within a single database. Location hierarchies allow you to easily drill down from an entire warehouse to an individual bin. Simply create tree structures to organize your inventory by category. Inventories are updated in real time and synced with the maintenance management system.

 

Our unique Stores module allows employees to effortlessly order inventory from within NEXGEN, or through a web portal. Warehouse managers can determine which items are orderable through Stores.

Our straightforward Purchase Order module will let you track every aspect of the purchase order process, from an RFQ to a completed order. Purchase Requisition manages purchases that require a chain of approval process. Track current and past purchase requisitions with ease.

Cycle counts just got a lot easier with NEXGEN’s Cycle Count module. Accurately reconcile inventory using tablets or scanners. Our system supports bar code, QR code and RFID scanning.

NEXGEN’s Receiving module allows you to easily receive new shipments, make critical adjustments to unaccounted for inventory and process returns.

Warehouse Highlights

 

  • Real time parts inventory integrated with maintenance management system
  • Smooth purchase order and receiving processes
  • Supports multiple static and mobile storerooms
  • Seamless integration with most financial systems
  • Bar code and RFID scanning supports quick parts check out and reconciliation processes

 


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