Whiteboard Wednesday: Wireless Warehouse Management

Whiteboard Wednesday is Fishbowl’s video series that explains complicated inventory and warehouse management topics in easy-to-understand ways.

Last time, Fishbowl CMO Kirk Tanner discussed how to eliminate touches in the receiving process and now he’s back to tackle the topic of wireless warehouse management.

Managing a warehouse requires that a number of tasks be performed on a routine basis. These tasks include ordering new products, receiving them into the warehouse, picking products off shelves when customers’ orders come in, packing those products in the right containers, and then shipping them out to customers.

Companies have two ways to make these things happen: Do them manually or use warehouse management software. Manual processes are time consuming and they can be risky, especially when it comes to keeping data safe and accurate. Fishbowl Mobile, on the other hand, makes these processes faster and keeps data accurate and easily accessible.

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About Robert Lockard

Robert Lockard is a copywriter with Fishbowl. He writes for several blogs about inventory management, manufacturing, QuickBooks and small business. Fishbowl is the #1-requested manufacturing and warehouse management software for QuickBooks users. Robert enjoys running, reading, writing, spending time with his wife and children, and watching movies.
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2 Responses to Whiteboard Wednesday: Wireless Warehouse Management

  1. marilyn bigney says:

    Sure makes more sense to use a system with real time data instead of inserting the chance of human error with other methods.

  2. Pingback: A Look at QuickBooks Integration with Fishbowl Inventory | Fishbowl Australia Blog

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