Frequently asked questions
What’s the difference between WMS and ERP?

An ERP (sales) system doesn’t serve a warehouse at the WMS system level. A WMS concentrates on logistics at the warehouse (deliveries, picking, issuing, shifting goods, logistical units) while simultaneously collaborating with the ERP (exchange of information about stock levels, status of orders/ deliveries realised in the warehouse, numbers of waybills).

What data is sent from the ERP to the WMS?
Does WMS EasyStorage require additional servers?
How are physical locations designated during implementation of the WMS?
How does the customer provide the list of products and locations to implement the WMS?
What exactly does the license price include?
How is data protected in the cloud?
Does every product need to have its own permanent place?
What does a dynamic warehouse involve?
How are the warehouse employees’ tasks divided up?
Does the number of warehouses owned affect the price of implementing the WMS system?
How does the WMS make stocktaking more efficient?
What processes are improved by implementation of the WMS System?
How are orders from an online or bricks and mortar shop sent to the WMS system?
Does every product have to have a barcode?
How does the WMS make deliveries easier?
Does the WMS also work for self-service wholesalers?
Can you have just the WMS system without an ERP programme?
Is a mobile terminal with Android better than Windows?
Does implementing WMS EasyStorage require installation of a WiFi system at the warehouse?
What languages is the EasyStorage application available in?

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