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- MELODY BEATTIE
Portable Intelligence announces the release of RF Plus™ for VISUAL v2019.6.7.3 with the following changes
Date: Friday, June 14 2019
Venue: Infor , Mercuriusweg 45, 3771 NC Barneveld, The Netherlands
Contact number : +31 342 799 400
UKI Visual User Group Meeting will be held in Solihull on 12th June 2019.
Time: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm BST.
Venue: INFOR Global Solutions ,One Central Boulevard, Blythe Valley Park, Shirley, Solihull B90 8BG
Contact Number : +44(0) 121 295 9500
New Release of RF Plus™ for Infor VISUAL ERP web v2019.6.6 includes
Wave Order Picking and Shipping
Inventory Quantity Field in To Location drop down list
Suggest Primary Location during Picking
2018 will be remembered as a year of volatility and uncertainty. Given the events of the past year, both man-made and environmental, there isn’t an industry or society that isn’t adapting to a ‘new normal’. It has also changed companies’ expectations of technology especially when it comes to examining the value of vendors’ solutions. It doesn’t matter if the conversation was around Industry 4.0, Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, or Virtual Reality – they were all held to a new benchmark: How will this make our workplace smarter and more predictable?
- MELODY BEATTIE
What version of VISUAL are you on? If it’s not 9.x.x, you are not on the latest version. VISUAL 9 was a major release; minor releases are designated as 9.0.1, 9.0.2, etc., and are released every quarter. Depending on the version of VISUAL you are on today, version 9.x.x has anywhere from 75 to hundreds of enhancements. Here are my top 5 in version 9.
Putaway is one of those functions that is put on the backburner when there is a lot of picking, loading or replenishment to do. As a result, aisles become full, fill rates fall, and the warehouse starts to look like a maze of products.
Here are 8 great ideas for putaway success – warning discipline required!
Most often people think of labeling involving only finished goods – product that is going out the door to your customer or if you’re a master distributor, your customer’s customer. However, we are going to expand this topic by including work in progress goods that are going to a third party for some work that you can’t do in-house and means this product will come back to you for further work or just warehousing.
For all outbound labels the key considerations can be boiled down to what needs to go on the label to satisfy:
As easy as 123. Learn how to do Purchase Order (PO) Receiving and Purchase Order Put Away for traceable and non-traceable parts using Telnet handheld screens of RF Plus™ Warehouse Management System for VISUAL Manufacturing.