The Mobile Warehouse: Put Away

Posted October 19, 2009

Put Away

Reduce Errors

For the typical warehouse operator, the put-away process can be a time-consuming, paper-based logistical nightmare.

In a mobile warehouse, put-away is more efficient. Errors are less likely. And productivity is taken to a whole new level.

Meet Customer Demands

The key is a real-time solution that utilizes wireless technologies in handheld and vehicle-mounted mobile computers, scanners and printers.

Using a vehicle-mounted computer and handheld cordless scanner with Bluetooth technology, you can determine exactly where something needs to go, the shortest route to get it there, and then confirm that location through scan verification. If anything has a damaged or missing label, a new one is simply reprinted on the spot with a mobile printer.

Coupled with your Warehouse Management System, Motorola’s enterprise mobility solutions provide real-time access to inventory location.

If you need to expand your network, or even build one from the ground up, Motorola provides all of the access points and multi-protocol wireless switches you need to route data, reliably and securely.

Increase Levels of Automation

New technologies like RFID introduce increased levels of automation throughout the enterprise, with unassisted, always-on bulk item data capture. RFID readers on forklifts can scan items to be put away and wirelessly deliver information to forklift drivers, floor managers and warehouse business systems — all in real time. RFID is the future of data capture and data management, and it is an important step toward upgrading your enterprise.

Thanks to Motorola’s end-to-end enterprise mobility solutions, you can prioritize put-away to meet customer demands while increasing overall productivity.

In other words, you can make your warehouse more efficient than ever.

It’s just another way Motorola puts Enterprise Mobility in the palm of your hand.

Featured Products

  • LS3578-ER Rugged Bar Code Scanner
  • MC9090-G Handheld Mobile Computer
  • RFS7000 Wireless RF Switch
  • AP300 Access Pointing, paper-based logistical nightmare.

    In a mobile warehouse, put-away is more efficient. Errors are less likely. And productivity is taken to a whole new level.

    Meet Customer Demands
    The key is a real-time solution that utilizes wireless technologies in handheld and vehicle-mounted mobile computers, scanners and printers.

    Using a vehicle-mounted computer and handheld cordless scanner with Bluetooth technology, you can determine exactly where something needs to go, the shortest route to get it there, and then confirm that location through scan verification. If anything has a damaged or missing label, a new one is simply reprinted on the spot with a mobile printer.

    Coupled with your Warehouse Management System, Motorola’s enterprise mobility solutions provide real-time access to inventory location.

    If you need to expand your network, or even build one from the ground up, Motorola provides all of the access points and multi-protocol wireless switches you need to route data, reliably and securely.

    Increase Levels of Automation
    New technologies like RFID introduce increased levels of automation throughout the enterprise, with unassisted, always-on bulk item data capture. RFID readers on forklifts can scan items to be put away and wirelessly deliver information to forklift drivers, floor managers and warehouse business systems — all in real time. RFID is the future of data capture and data management, and it is an important step toward upgrading your enterprise.

    Thanks to Motorola’s end-to-end enterprise mobility solutions, you can prioritize put-away to meet customer demands while increasing overall productivity.

    In other words, you can make your warehouse more efficient than ever.

    It’s just another way Motorola puts Enterprise Mobility in the palm of your hand.

    Featured Products

  • LS3578-ER Rugged Bar Code Scanner
  • MC9090-G Handheld Mobile Computer
  • RFS7000 Wireless RF Switch
  • AP300 Access Point
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