Who should read this? People planning on implementing an inventory management software system and would like to overcome objections from future users. Here, I list the top 3 objections you could expect from users and how I have seen companies successfully overcome them. 1. Will I lose my job? I hear this when we are [...]
Over the last 10 years, I have involved in about 1,000 projects with companies putting in a warehouse management system. Their main aim is to help them know exactly what products they have and where they are located. Other benefits will also be considered, but this is the big one for companies putting a system [...]
Case study: Warehouse software system using a barcode system for inventory management brings big benefits to leading UK alcoholic drinks manufacturer, InterContinental Brands. Click below to view.
Common question – simple answer The answer is simply yes and with ease.We have examples of Clients where we have performed this, the speed is excellent and the system never skips a beat – how about visiting one of these stock control system installations to see it in action? To find out more on how [...]
In November 2008, PeopleVox starting working with the Ministry of Defence to help track pallets using RFID (radio frequency identification).
I visit many companies each week that are considering throwing out their paper system in favour of an electronic paper-free solution. Here are my top 5 tips if you are one of these companies looking to make this move: 1. Getting everything barcoded can be seen as an arduous task. Best way is to start [...]
After 10 years of having their products barcoded but not using them within their operation, Island Steel, a leading steel stockholder and processor based in Newport South Wales, successfully implemented a warehouse management system from PeopleVox.
We’ve scooped the Best Information Communication Technology Award We are proud to announce that we have won the Best Information Communication Technology Award which we received from Nick Cross, founder of Oxford Semiconductors. There were 200 people there to witness this great achievement in Oxfordshire at Said Business School hosted by Sir Martin and Lady [...]