In the interaction with Apport Enterprise, Apport Warehouse MES can automatically create picking jobs in the warehouse management system when a production order is initiated. Here, it is always possible for the operator to supplement the job by manually creating picking jobs of raw material.
After this, the picking job will move on to the warehouse management system and be displayed in the warehouse employees’ task overview, so that they can immediately carry out the task according to its specified priority and delivery point.
Systems that talk with each other is one of the benefits in the workflows at Berry Superfos. In fact, it is so beneficial that Martin Bering Egelund, IT & Business Process Manager at Berry Superfos, describes the systems as being 100% in sync:
“The orders that an employee in the production gives the system are automatically transferred to a job in the warehouse, so in that way the systems are 100% in sync,” says Martin Bering Egelund, IT & Business Process Manager at Berry Superphos.