PSIwms already supports all relevant warehouse forms, types and technologies in a standard system. It can also be used in a production-related warehouse, i.e. a dispatch warehouse or distribution centre. PSIwms is equally suitable for small, as well as large and complex warehouses.
100 % releasable
Thanks to continuous development, you can always enjoy state-of-the-art technology with PSIwms - regardless of the degree of customisation!
Freely definable user interfaces
The new PSI-Click-Design allows users to create and save user-specific lists and table dialogs, detail views and their own filter definitions by using a visual editor.
PSIwms adaptive order start enables a KPI-oriented dispatching of orders, taking into consideration current capacities.
This means that PSIwms automatically starts orders or intentionally holds back orders with the aim of achieving an uniform utilisation of all warehouse areas and possibly other resources, such as packing stations.
PSIwms functions are also available via apps for Android, iOS and Windows.
PSIwms warehouse service broker acts as an intermediate level below the ERP systems to coordinate the WMS systems of several locations – regardless of the manufacturer of the WMS software solution – and combines the WMS systems into one large virtual warehouse. The sub-systems are synchronised via a central point, while actual operation can continue via the existing WMS.
You can use PSIwms to define different scenarios that determine how PSIwms behaves in a certain situation. For example, the two scenarios “early shift” and “late shift” can be defined, which may differ due to difference in storage and/or picking management. Essentially, almost all configurations in PSIwms can be modelled according to the scenario and allow you to operate your warehouse in a way which is convenient for you.
Our PSIwms solution naturally complies with the VDI 3601 guideline regarding the tasks and performance areas of an IT system for warehouse management.
An overview of all PSIwms functions can be found here:
Click on one of the function sections and go to the relevant function description.
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