Our team at DCSC takes great pride in offering superior shipping and multi-carrier solutions to our distribution and manufacturing customers. FedEx® is an extremely critical component in our Supply Chain Management Solution. We are excited to announce that our latest software update has passed FedEx US only Certification testing for use with Web Services 2021 and is approved for general release. If you have questions on what versions DCWarehouse you need to have all of these services available, please let us know. 314-664-2200
A great Information Systems Manager, also known as an Information Technology (IT) manager, is really invaluable to your company. I have worked in the software business for close to 30 years and sometimes IS Managers can be the largest obstacle for modernization and progress. Sometimes it may be their personality, their upper management, over-all workload or even politics behind some of the reasons they slow progress. However, I am impressed by how many AMAZING IS Managers are in our working force today. Let me share the qualities they possess.
Shipping and Fulfillment Processes, Is It Time To Re-Evaluate Those?
Is it time to re-evaluate shipping and fulfillment processes? If you have not read our blog on Supply Chain Trends that may not change, please do. On top of the absolute craziness in the world, it’s a surprise manufacturers and distributors are still shipping products out. With Supply-Chain shortages, trouble hiring and retaining good employees coupled with rising operating costs (Fuel, Raw Materials, Warehouse Space, etc.) should you evaluate some of your processes and technology? In my humble opinion, yes, you should.
Our team continues to improve the DCWarehouse Automation Suite with extremely important supply chain, manufacturing, and distribution features. Our goal is to help our clients better compete with time savings, inventory accuracy and modern technology!
Our latest releases 7.80.40 and .41 include very important features and improvements.
DCWarehouse Labels and Forms for Distributors and Manufacturers
The beauty of our real-time wireless supply chain solution, is the accurate information you can pull up at anytime. Furthermore, shipping labels and forms are printed automatically with the information coming over from your customer data. Therefore you don’t have to use separate packaging and printing stations. You also don’t need to hand-write shipping labels, BOL’s or other important shipping forms and deal with manual processes. You will also see we’ve included many popular suppliers labels so you can do business with greats such as Amazon® etc.
So let’s just say the obvious! 2020 reminds me of that game you play in the carnival called Whac-A-Mole. You know the one were moles pop up out of nowhere and if you make contact with them you win a point. Nationally and Globally many of our partners, clients and friends where in the same boat. Personally and professionally I learned many lessons. Believe it or not, some positive events took place too.
Our team continues to improve the DCWarehouse Automation Suite with extremely important supply chain, manufacturing, and distribution features. We have a new release jam packed with new functionality to help our valued distribution and manufacturing clients compete within their industry.
If you are a growing company and your orders are becoming more challenging to keep up, using wireless technology may be inevitable. Paper pick lists and manual in-put during the fulfillment process can leave room for errors. These mistakes can include picking the wrong products, shipping to the wrong location or duplicating efforts. DCWarehouse allows you to pick, pack and ship your products using real-time wireless technology. Many of our distribution and manufacturing clients have moved away from paper processes and implement paperless picking. We support several methods depending on their products and order types. Some of our clients use a variety of picking methods based on their operations or even a combination of picking methods.Read More
“Black Friday” sounds a little sinister, but its name comes from the famous Friday after Thanksgiving when folks take a day off work solely dedicated to Christmas shopping; a noble cause but the sheer volume of people can cause all sorts of mayhem. People in the United States have been conditioned to spend their hard earned consumer dollars on these events laden with special discounts and super deals. Every year this is a major shopping event that retailers and distributors must prepare for and has even expanded to “Cyber Monday” as digital transformation and e-Commerce continue to dominate the markets. Hectic stores plus quick-selling online deals – Whew this could go really wrong. What can you do to get it right?