Salt Lake City, UT -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/06/2016 -- Diversity Vuteq's primary business is manufacturing automotive parts (plastic molding) and glass processing (glass assembly). The company has been promoting manufacturing globalization with 20 associated companies in Japan and 19 overseas subsidiaries located in North America, South America, and South East Asia.
Diversity Vuteq implementation of Warehouse Mobile Solutions' WarehouseOS makes them a model for success in manufacturing as well as for the future of the industry. Automotive OEM, Diversity Vuteq deployed an innovative warehouse management system (WMS) on iPads adapted for the distribution center. The Diversity Vuteq case study was featured in Modern Materials Handling magazine by Executive Editor, Bob Trebilcock.
Diversity Vuteq implemented a highly visual WMS operating on iPads to deliver perfect orders to its automaker customer. Mobility is one of the most pervasive trends inside and outside the four walls of the distribution center in recent years. Every organization is looking for more opportunities to automatically collect and use data to improve processes. While conventional, industrialized mobile computers, scanning devices and voice hardware are still the norm, analysts and end users alike are asking when consumer devices like tablets and smart phones that we all use in our daily lives will find their way to the shop floor.
Bill Buck, assistant manager of sales and logistics at Diversity Vuteq's plant in Princeton, IN, and his logistics team deployed a highly visual warehouse management system in the plant, which manufactures injection-molded plastic components used at a nearby Toyota assembly plant for the interiors of vehicles like the Toyota Highlander and Sienna.
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The RF gun, constant verifications, small keypads, and hard to read screens are quickly becoming yesterday's technology. Tablets are replacing the RF gun. WarehouseOS, a new tablet-based Warehouse Operations System brings warehouses into the future today. Warehouse management systems have been around for a long time with too many companies still using the RF gun to conduct inventory management, scan in new items, and pick orders. The RF gun solutions typically cost double what modern solutions offer. WarehouseOS and associated apps have been developed to make everything about the warehouse easier and better. Apps allow small or large companies to receive products, manage inventory, perform cycle counting, conduct single picks or do batch picking, verify items picked and pack them into boxes.
An easy to navigate user interface means warehouse personnel need almost no training before performing warehouse tasks. Receiving, put-away, picking, and packaging quickly become the easiest jobs on the floor. A team of experts in material handling equipment and solutions developed WarehouseOS to maximize the throughput of warehousing and distributing facilities. From small eCommerce, to high volume SKU facilities, from omni-channel companies to FMCG (fast moving consumer goods), WarehouseOS is equipped to handle everything. From small startups with simple needs to complex, large distribution centers, WarehouseOS is the table solution which enables manufacturers and distribution centers to be a step ahead of the competition.
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