Take stock of your inventory without taking stock.

Do you monitor the circulation of inventory items, but you still have inconsistent stock levels? Are you constantly ordering new raw materials for subsequent production orders, instead of using your current stocks? Things get tense when warehouse workers can't find items that should be in stock?

WMS - Warehouse management software

The WMS (Warehouse Management System) is a key element in optimizing operational efficiency and maintaining optimal inventory levels. The advanced solution allows for effective monitoring and management of product quantities in stock, enabling precise demand forecasting and minimizing the risk of shortages and excesses.

Thanks to the use of our dedicated system, the company can effectively manage the product life cycle and optimize warehouse processes, ensuring smooth operation of the company and minimizing the costs associated with excessive stockpiling.

The warehouse management system optimizes work:

  • Warehousemen
  • Suppliers
  • Planners
  • Maintenance department

WMS also has a positive impact on many other processes in the company, such as:

  • Storage
  • Quality control
  • Production
  • Traceability
  • Logistics
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A system adapted to your warehouse


Regardless of the variety of warehouse sizes, our inventory management system is flexible and adapted to any scale of operations. Thanks to its modular structure and scalability, our solution can be adapted to both smaller, local warehouses and large distribution centers with extensive inventories. Our technology provides comprehensive support for inventory management at various levels, which enables our clients to optimally use warehouse space and effectively meet market needs.

Internal warehouse

Local warehouse management, especially in production, e.g. in the form of a buffer, involves frequent transfer operations and actions related to the needs of the production line. By merging and grouping items, we can precisely reproduce real products and their packaging. Full flexibility of operations and an intuitive interface allow you to carry out warehouse tasks in a completely natural way, while simultaneously saving the history of items for the purposes of future inventories or tracking warehouse movements.

Key values

  • Labeling of warehouse items

  • Internal and external documents

  • History of stock item transfers

  • Mobile solution for employees

  • Supplying production with components and raw materials

  • Production and workstation buffers

  • Production supply plan

Logistic center

Distribution and logistics centers are primarily extensive warehouse locations, collective operations and integration with external entities and infrastructure. A large number of inventory items supported by efficient flow of goods on a large scale. Full transparency of processes, optimizes the use of warehouse space, minimizes errors and shortens service time, thus ensuring smooth and effective operation.

Key values

  • Management of locations and warehouses

  • Integration with warehouse infrastructure

  • Portal of warehouse suppliers and pre-advice

  • Managing the warehouse delivery schedule

  • Warehouse transfers

  • Distribution and logistics of finished products

  • Integration with carriers

Internal warehouse

Local warehouse management, especially in production, e.g. in the form of a buffer, involves frequent transfer operations and actions related to the needs of the production line. By merging and grouping items, we can precisely reproduce real products and their packaging. Full flexibility of operations and an intuitive interface allow you to carry out warehouse tasks in a completely natural way, while simultaneously saving the history of items for the purposes of future inventories or tracking warehouse movements.

Key values

  • Labeling of warehouse items

  • Internal and external documents

  • History of stock item transfers

  • Mobile solution for employees

  • Supplying production with components and raw materials

  • Production and workstation buffers

  • Production supply plan

Examples of optimization in the warehouse area


Clear differentiation of position statements
Clear differentiation of position statements

Various types of items can be stored in the warehouse, e.g. raw materials, semi-finished products or products ready for shipment to the customer. Thanks to the ability to create generic types of warehouse items, you can quickly and efficiently perform warehouse actions without fear of mistakes. The high scalability of the WMS system allows you to quickly define subsequent types and related actions that are specific to your warehouse.

Simple and transparent view of item history
Simple and transparent view of item history

During the implementation of a complex production process, many operations are carried out on warehouse items. If it is necessary to analyze the course of a process, it is practically impossible to recreate its course without an advanced tool tracking this history. Our WMS system allows you to view the history of an item, starting from its receipt in the warehouse, through all operations carried out with this item, until the item is issued.

Improving warehouse operations
Improving warehouse operations

Time is important during warehouse operations. The multitude of actions that can be performed on warehouse items allows them to be performed easily and, above all, quickly. In addition to the basic operations defined in the system, such as receiving and issuing items, warehouse transfers, merging or portioning items, it is possible to add further actions specific to your products and warehouse items.

Improving communication between the warehouse and other departments.
Improving communication between the warehouse and other departments.

Communication during production processes is extremely important. This is a key element of warehouse management. Thanks to the implementation of the warehouseman's schedule, warehousemen are always informed in advance about the need to prepare appropriate materials to ensure continuity of production.

Labels and documents tailored to your company
Labels and documents tailored to your company

An individual approach to each client is a very important aspect of running a business. Thanks to our system's built-in mechanism for simple document creation from ready-made components, you can easily and quickly adjust the generation of labels or warehouse documents depending on the customer and the type of warehouse items.

Automatic printing without mistakes
Automatic printing without mistakes

Some warehouse actions require generating appropriate documents for them, such as a shipping label or warehouse receipts or issues. The WMS system enables the automation of this process and provides the ability to print documents immediately after performing a given operation. Due to the fact that the data contained in such a document is checked at many levels, the risk of errors in these documents is minimized.

Quick warehouse actions based on labels
Quick warehouse actions based on labels

Taking into account the specific work of warehouse workers, who often do not have the opportunity and conditions to use computers or tablets. Our system allows you to perform warehouse operations using scanners and labels. This solution allows for efficient and quick operation of the system even in conditions unfavorable for the use of other devices.

The whole history in one place
The whole history in one place

Recreating the history of a warehouse item, from changes in its location to the history of operations performed on it, is impossible without an appropriate tool. Our WMS system automatically records all actions performed on or using an item. Thanks to this solution, viewing history to find specific information is simple, quick and does not require keeping paper records.

Good to know

The presented solution is only a demonstration of aveneo's technological capabilities. Our mission is to provide dedicated software (created together with and for our clients) that will be fully adapted and optimized to the operating model and business processes, and not to offer a ready-made, universal product that will require a number of compromises.

Additional benefits


Personalization of each workstation ensures an optimal, individual interface.

The responsiveness of the system allows it to be used both on a computer, tablet or phone.

Monitor production progress in real time.

Ensuring high quality products by monitoring and managing the quality of raw materials and components.

Automatic calculation of the value of inventory items helps track costs and profits.

The delivery schedule improves communication with suppliers and supports the work of warehousemen and logisticians.

Accurate demand forecasting based on historical data, forecasts and trends.

Lead time compression - shortened production cycle by minimizing breaks between processes.

Increased productivity thanks to better inter-process synchronization.

Automatic inventory allows you to streamline the tedious process of calculating inventory.

Lean warehouse stocks thanks to precise monitoring of delivery dates.

The ability to simply and quickly transfer data to Excel or a BI tool allows for data manipulation in a user-friendly environment.

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Selected production software modules


Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS)

Streamline production planning, optimize resource allocation, and ensure on-time delivery with our Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS) software.

Traceability

Trace production in every aspect - from raw materials and components to the finished product.

Manufacturing Execution System (MES)

Monitor and control your manufacturing processes in real-time for improved efficiency.

Material Requirements Plan (MRP)

Seamlessly manage energy demand to reduce costs and enhance sustainability.

Quality Management System (QMS)

Ensure product quality and compliance with robust quality control processes.

Client Relation Management (CRM)

Enhance customer relationships and improve communication with a dedicated CRM system.

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  • We already have warehouse software. Does it need to be replaced?

    Each time we analyze the situation of our clients' software individually. Therefore, we cannot make a general statement that this software should be replaced or maintained. However, we are guided by the principle that if something works satisfactorily, you should think about integrating it, not replacing it.

  • My warehouse is settled on a volumetric basis - we do not have information about every single warehouse item. Can you change this?

    This is a very common case where the warehouse is kept mainly for accounting and settlement purposes. The quantity of components or raw materials held is specified in purchasing documents, but is not reflected in the inventory of individual items. In such a case, we recommend the joint implementation of a quantitative warehouse that will allow, for example, to meet the material needs of individual processes, and leave the existing warehouse solely for accounting purposes and integrate both so that the stocks are reflected 1:1.

  • We are at the stage of investing in a new warehouse. When should we think about implementing new warehouse software?

    Delaying the implementation of warehouse software is not a good idea. The solutions we design for warehouses are flexible and allow for easy change of their structure over time. The sooner the software is implemented, the less work will be required to inventory items in a larger warehouse space.

  • I have several warehouse locations, including warehouses at raw material suppliers. Will your software help manage such locations?

    So naturally. Thanks to the structural divisions of the warehouse, we can separate warehouse locations and assign roles and authorizations to selected people. In practice, this means that the supplier can receive its own, separate part of the warehouse, where all operations will be recorded in the same way as in the central warehouse. Inter-warehouse transfers can be supplemented with additional business processes, e.g. logistics process, notification, etc.

  • We store a wide variety of components in our warehouse - from general cargo to large items. Unfortunately, we have problems with being aware of the available space and how its structure changes over time, depending on needs.

    We can solve this problem by designing a solution that will calculate the availability of space based on the volume of warehouse items and optimize its structure over time, automatically suggesting changes. When combined with warehouse automation (e.g. sliding warehouse walls), the warehouse can automatically evolve and use the available space much more effectively.