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Size: 1.02 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:3/28/2017
Neil isn't going to lie to you... Implementing Warehouse Management is not a no-brainer. There are a lot of things to take into consideration, and a lot of collaboration between IT and the warehouse management team is critical. This article hits the hot spots to help you understand the complications and the resulting return on investment.  
Size: 1.42 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/4/2016
We all love a mystery, except when it comes to figuring out new software that has interface and navigation that are outside the norm we are used to. This article de-mystifies the navigation for JDE's License Plate application, showing us what is and is not accessible through the Workbench, and how to view and maintain your warehouse License Plate data.  
Size: 138 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:2/28/2011
Short, sweet, and handy; that's how you'll describe this quick reference card on Warehouse Management by Tyler Simonton. Tyler provides the rules of the road, tables of key programs and useful tables to know, plus a flow chart to help you understand how it all comes together.  
Size: 745 kb, Version:1, Publication Date:10/28/2010
The key to successful shipment fulfillment? Picking, picking, picking. And that can be a process fraught with many challenges. In this article, Tyler Simonton highlights some of the common pain points that Distribution teams struggle to address and how the JD Edwards Warehouse Management module can be used to help reduce and eliminate those challenges, such as reducing issues with split pallets/cases, automating location restock, and more.  
Size: 480 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:11/11/2008
Which would you rather do: Have your staff spend countless hours searching for inventory in a vast warehouse or add a couple of extra steps to your Inventory Control process that would make reconciling your system and physical inventory easier? If you chose the latter, you'll find this tip from Tyler Simonton quite beneficial. Tyler demonstrates how to use default locations in Warehouse Management to better manage your stock's location. This tip uses both newer and more seasoned JDE features.  
Size: 503 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:12/10/2007
License Plate functionality--is it a dream come true or a living nightmare? According to Tyler Simonton, it all comes down to setup, setup, setup. If you take the time to learn about it and implement correctly--License Plates can be a time-saving joy to your warehousing processes. But, take a haphazard approach and, well.. it ain't pretty. Tyler has some thoughts for you to consider before setup, the basics in configuration and inventory creation using license plates, and some quick thoughts on other LPN functionality you'll want to take into consideration. Happy Tracking!  
Size: 437KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/24/2007
Continuing our Rules of the Road series, we're pleased to have Tyler Simonton join us to present seven simple (yet not always followed) rules to successfully employing the JD Edwards Warehouse module--and avoiding some major potholes along the way. While these tips don't even touch on all the details you'll need to know to implement and operate this powerful application, we're sure you'll find they give you a heads up that will make your warehouse operations using JD Edwards much smoother.  
"By allocating inbound goods directly to outbound sales orders, Cross Docking offers substantial labor savings, reduces wear and tear on equipment, reduces good handling and the rate of accidental damage, speeds shipments to your priority customers, and matches specific inbound orders to specific outbound shipments." If this sounds like a sales pitch to you, it isn't. This is Doug Liljegren's summary of the benefits detailed in this article. Doug gives a rundown on the process as well as the advantages of Cross Docking, and fills us in on the latest enhancements available in EnterpriseOne 8.9.  
Size: 278KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/14/2004
In this article, Mike Lee draws on his extensive experience in the Warehouse Management area to give us some pointers on the usefulness of Replenishment to Random Rules. If this concept sounds chaotic--read on to see how it is actually quite the opposite!  
Size: 265 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/1/2003
Doug continues his series of informative articles on JDE's Warehouse Management System with this excellent overview of a key piece of functionality--the ability to generate putaway reservations. He shows how this valuable tool can be used to help optimize your warehouse space and help your warehouse workers gain efficiency.  
Doug continues his series on Warehouse Management with an in-depth review of the assignment of fixed and random locations and the impact these decisions have on Replenishment, Pick and Putaway transactions in the warehouse. Another very informative article from a seasoned pro.  
Size: 275 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/1/2003
In an earlier issue of JDEtips, we published Using JD Edwards Warehouse Management Module to Improve Warehouse Logistics by Devin Wight. This article continues the series by discussing the implications of your setup decisions and demonstrating the common warehouse transactions. This article applies to both OneWorld and World Software.  
Size: 200 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/1/2002
Trying to decide if Warehouse Management is a good fit for your company? Devin's article is an excellent summary of what it does, at the 10,000 foot level. Devin is one of the few Warehouse and Transportation specialists in North America.  

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