One of the biggest challenges faced by companies is to correctly re-order a large number of different items by type and value.
Traditionally, the warehouse operator records the items to be reordered on paper, but doing so takes a long time and may be subject to a high error rate.
Each item has a unique barcode to identify it. Using a barcode reader, you can quickly scan the product to be purchased and immediately transmit the order to Würth. This saves time and avoids errors.
Once you have scanned all the items you want to reorder, simply connect the barcode reader to your PC: all the selected items will be transferred to your Würth e-Shop basket. The Purchasing Office can delete items, add more items, or change quantities.
Not only that, you can also charge scanned items to their cost centres, send the order for approval to the Purchasing Office Manager through the multilevel purchase authorization function or, in the case of OCI/Punchout integration, you can upload the items into your management system and then send the order to Würth.
Advantages of the Barcode Scanner
The Würth Scanner is a new tool for warehouse workers to scan items and prepare an order in a fraction of the time taken to manually collect product information and input this order.
The Barcode Scanner:
- helps you quickly take stock and re-order items
- avoids errors in the transmission of product barcodes
- works even in the absence of a data connection
- is a useful tool that optimizes the operation of the warehouse worker
Implement a barcode scanner to save time and reduce errors
You can contact Würth to apply for the barcode reader and receive it for free by signing a free loan agreement.
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