Warehouse Management (WMS)

The warehouse is a fundamental part of your supply chain. However, for it to work efficiently it requires a delicate balance of supply, demand and stock control solutions. If poorly managed, or without the support of a quality Warehouse Management System, your warehouse could cause significant problems for you and your customers.

Our Accord Warehouse Management System (WMS) provides a cost-effective wall-to-wall solution to help. It includes a range of features and functionality to maximise the speed and accuracy of your fulfilment operations, from goods receiving and inventory management to picking and delivery. 

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Experts in Voice WMS Technology

We are proud to be one of the longest standing suppliers of Voice Warehouse Management Systems to the wholesale sector. Our Accord Voice WMS is proven to transform businesses into a real-time, paperless operation. As a result, our customers have reduced costs, improved accuracy and increased productivity throughout their supply chain.

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Key Features

VARIOUS PICKING CAPABILITIES 

Today’s warehouse managers have a bewildering array of technologies to choose from as they strive to streamline operations, reduce costs and improve performance.

STOCK CONTROL

Accord’s Stock Control Software provides all the tools and processes you need to optimise stock holding and control costs. 

LABOUR MANAGEMENT

Enables you to easily manage and control labour costs. Includes a range of fully integrated enquiries and tools to help you manage your warehouse operations.

BONDED WAREHOUSE

Fully integrated with Purchase Order Management and Sales Order Management to provide all the functionality required to  manage an HMRC/IRC excise bonded warehouse operation

Benefits to you

Increased Productivity

Faster Training Times

Responds to any language

Real-Time Information 

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