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We can help you with that. Before deciding to dive in and implement the full AutoScheduler solution, we can do a short-term return on investment analysis that only takes a few weeks. This will help you to understand how much can be saved by working with us.
AutoScheduler is designed to optimize all operations, but the problem is, every warehouse is different. AutoScheduler uses machine learning to predict better what is likely to happen inside of a facility. For example, if Steve is case picking and it’s 5:30 AM, and there is a backlog of 12 orders up next, each layer will take 8 minutes instead of the expected 10 minutes.
The AutoScheduler solution is designed to focus on all of your warehouse’s critical activities, so things like dock scheduling, loading, unloading, case picking, and the creation of transfer orders are all optimized. In the end, we want to make sure that everything gets where it needs to when it needs to be there.
That’s a kiwi bird from New Zealand. As it turns out, our founder is a New Zealander (also known as a Kiwi), and many of our team members still live there today.
The AutoScheduler solution was built and developed for one of the world’s largest consumer goods companies, Procter & Gamble. P&G has consistently lived in the “Master’s” category of the Gartner Top 25 for their supply chain execution. Since we received the green light to bring AutoScheduler to market, we have brought on several other of the world’s largest companies as customers. See our customer page for more details.
For the limited analysis, very little IT input is required. We just need some data. For a full-scale WMS and ERP integration, we’ll work with your IT team on getting access to about 300 data fields from each system. Don’t worry, though. We’re experts, and this process is pretty painless. If we want to get really fancy, we’ll also want the capability to write back to your WMS so that it can remain the single source of truth.