In today’s extremely competitive market, where the warehouse is at the centre of your business, running it well is no longer enough. There is something even more important, which completely depends on your efficient warehouse operations: Customer Satisfaction. The customer is King and always be, and they expect accurate, on-time and flawless fulfilment of their orders, every time. Providing these services, which are imperative to earn profits, warehouses need to be extremely efficient while resolving with the challenges such as:

•    Reducing shipment errors and delays
•    Improving inventory accuracy
•    Lowering the turnaround time
•    Increasing productivity of warehouse workforce
•    Achieving on-time shipments

Imagine a warehouse where employees are able to perform their tasks more effectively and efficiently. Instead of encumbered by their PCs, laptops, and scanners, warehouse workers gain access to, and interact with, rich data, audio, video, visual displays, and more — all while freely roaming in the warehouse. It sounds really awesome, doesn’t it?

However, to enable warehouse workers with such exceptional capabilities, it’s a top priority for warehouse operators to increase operational efficiency, productivity and safety through utilizing advanced technology, i.e. wearables. Wearable technology allows users to work smarter and faster by receiving real-time updates and instructions and it fills a critical need in warehouse and logistics industries to improve operational efficiencies.

Simply stated, wearables empower warehouse workers with greater access to information and flexibility enabling them to:

  • Accomplish tasks with greater efficiencywarehouse
  • Achieve higher levels of accuracy in executing tasks in warehouse
  • To aid in warehouse automation activities
  • Greater flexibility and mobility in completing tasks
  • Complete tasks in lesser time than traditional methods

Wearable technology can make all the difference for warehouse and logistics companies needing to stay ahead of the competition and it is imperative for organizations to select and align with a mobility partner that integrates with wearables. Companies carefully need to ensure that the solution chosen offers all the necessary features and capabilities to integrate with their wearable devices smoothly.

Innovapptive offers Mobile Inventory & Warehouse Management: mInventory  for managing warehouse and inventory transactions. The solution enables users to perform transactions via handheld devices, mobile devices, and RF scanners and, to help organizations stay ahead from their competition while leveraging the latest innovation in technology, mInventory supports wearables such as HMT (head mounted tablet) devices which run on voice commands.

mInventory, in conjuction with wearables, enables your warehouse workers to perform transactions, hands-free and quickly, while providing the ability to listen and respond to voice-based directions so that workers are able to process tasks in an efficient way, successfully decreasing turnaround time. This adds great value and helps address challenges faced by warehouse workers while making their job easier.

With mInventory integrated with wearables, workers can perform transactions, such as scan purchase orders, attach a reference document, select a line item, confirm orders and more. They can even take photos, scan barcodes, record videos and upload them in real-time through voice command. Warehouse operators are experiencing increased workers' productivity, improved communications, and also maximized operation speed such as picking, packing, dispatching and replenishment.

If you would like a demo of Innovapptive’s mInventory (Mobile Inventory and Warehouse Management) solution, please click on the link. Alternatively, if you would like to discuss with an Innovapptive solution expert, you can reach out to us by emailing us at sales@innovapptive.com or you can reach a sales representative at (713) 275-1804.

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