The restaurant industry is buzzing about automation. With labor costs expected to double and consumer demand for a seamless checkout experience, many restaurants are looking at technologies that can automate tasks in the front-of-house. But there are back-of-house processes that have yet to be fully automated. While auto-counting your inventory may be a thing someday, it’s not here yet.
So if you can’t automate the inventory management process, you can at least use tools that automate its more cumbersome aspects. Maximum labor output, higher levels of accuracy, and better accountability are possible with a system that automates certain tasks and enable manager productivity for on-the-job success.
After reading this eBook, you’ll know:
• The many inefficiencies generated by manual, spreadsheet-based counting methods.
• The innovations being made to inventory management technology.
• How modern, mobile inventory management tools will help your managers reduce costs and increase product
Newman Technology realized it needed a modern-day solution for production accuracy and accountability and turned to a fully integrated ERP solution from the Plex Manufacturing Cloud. Newman Technology cut inventory costs by 25% and achieves 98% inventory accuracy.
Published By: Microsoft
Published Date: May 04, 2010
Software Asset Management (SAM) enables IT leaders to take control of their software inventory and investments across the entire organization. Among the benefits: cost savings, increased agility and accuracy in software procurement, and improved controls to ensure license compliance.
Effortlessly manage your fleet of thermal barcode printers for tighter control and greater outcomes. This paper covers challenges like problematic provisioning, security headaches and muddled monitoring.
Stay ahead of risks inherent in modern connectivity, mobile integration and securing thermal barcode printers. This paper helps you leverage your IT know-how, by evaluating common security risks and tightening control with remote device management systems.
Mantenha-se à frente dos riscos inerentes à conectividade moderna, à integração móvel e à segurança das impressoras térmicas de código de barras. Este documento ajuda você a aproveitar seu know-how de TI, avaliando riscos comuns de segurança e aumentando o controle com sistemas de gerenciamento remoto de dispositivos.
Gerencie sem esforço sua frota de impressoras de código de barras térmicas para maior controle e melhores resultados. Este documento aborda desafios como provisionamento problemático, dores de cabeça de segurança e monitoramento confuso.
Gestione sin esfuerzo su flota de impresoras térmicas de códigos de barras para un control más estricto y mayores resultados. Este artículo cubre desafíos como aprovisionamiento problemático, dolores de cabeza de seguridad y monitoreo confuso.
Manténgase a la vanguardia de los riesgos inherentes a la conectividad moderna, la integración móvil y la seguridad de las impresoras térmicas de códigos de barras. Este documento le ayuda a aprovechar sus conocimientos técnicos de TI, evaluando los riesgos comunes de seguridad y reforzando el control con los sistemas de administración de dispositivos remotos.
Conozca las señales de advertencia para ver si está en riesgo de que sus impresoras dejen de trabajar cuando más las necesita.
Descargue "Los 6 Riesgos más críticos en las Impresoras de Código de Barras."
Near-perfect inventory visibility is critical to transforming the customer experience and competing in the retail revolution. Yet inventory accuracy across retail sectors hovers at around 60%. That shortfall causes retailers to lose out on potential sales and puts customer loyalty at risk.How do retailers address this issue? RFID—or radio frequency identification—is 10 times more efficient at cycle counting and can increase inventory accuracy across the supply chain by up to 99.5%, enabling retailers to truly compete in the highly competitive omnichannel world. Launch a successful RFID technology pilot program in your retail operation with our free How-to Guide: Five Steps to Piloting RFID for Unprecedented Inventory Visibility. This guide takes you from Step 1 (a KPI checklist) to Step 5 (execution and monitoring), so you can launch a pilot program and effectively measure its ROI before moving to full deployment. Download the free Guide today.
By 2022, only 12 percent of warehouse operations will use pen and paper, according to a recent Zebra study. Why are manual processes vanishing? Because automation and connectivity enable the modern warehouse to stay compliant, deliver on time and ensure more overall customer satisfaction, every single time. You can create a more efficient, compliant and profitable warehouse. Learn how with our free eBook, 6 Steps to Flawless Fulfillment. You’ll discover actionable strategies to:
Deploy industrial wireless solutions to optimize team productivity and workflow.
Improve staff communications and management to maximize on-the-job efficiency and effectiveness.
Streamline order picking processes to cut costs and save time.
Create advanced inventory and storage capabilities to improve efficiency and accuracy.
Upgrade inbound handling operations to process more shipments, more accurately.
Turnaround outbound performance to deliver the ‘last mile’ in flawless fulfillment.
Today’s brick and mortar retailers must tackle myriad challenges in an era of industry
transformation, increased customer expectations and a highly-competitive landscape.
The vast majority are facing these hurdles head-on, with particularly dogged
efforts toward reaching omnichannel excellence: For example, according to Zebra
Technologies’ 2017 Retail Vision Study, 90% of retailers plan to have an omnichannel
practice in place by 2021, through options such as Buy Online, Pick Up in Store (BOPIS)
or Click & Collect.
It has become clear, however, that for these omnichannel efforts to succeed, inventory
visibility and accuracy (ideally 90% or more, according to the Retail Vision Study) is
more important than ever — to provide consumers with the easiest path to purchase and
retailers with the most efficient way to fulfill. Accurate inventory is the foundation upon
which all the other pillars of retail can be built, so retailers can react quickly and make
smart decisions about their busines
When bound to regulation and compliance, process manufacturers find opportunities to grow through enterprise resource planning (ERP). However, 50% of process manufacturers execute non-integrated ERP strategies. This Aberdeen Group research study reveals best practices to help you adapt or select an ERP vendor that improves your business performance.