Montreal, Que.’s Ship2Save has completed the first phase of its RFID/Operation Management System (OMS) pilot project with Canus Inc.
The successful integration of the software with an existing ERP system along with 100% pallet level reading efficiency is already yielding results.
“Ship2Save’s RFID/OMS solution is performing will beyond expectations even at the preliminary stages. The solution has already helped alleviate certain costs related to point of sale reports and inventory checks due to the fact that we no have an uninterrupted chain of supply between our distribution centers," reports. Canus Inc. President Andre Beauregard.
Ship2Save Executive Business Analyst Konrad Konarski comments that although the industry speaks of intangible and insignificant return on investment during these early stages of RFID development, Ship2Save’s OMS has proven otherwise.
"Addressing customer needs, understanding a client’s logistics and relentless effort to succeed in building a great product will ultimately lead to a solid return on investment for all parties. This is the approach we have taken with Canus, and this will keep us at the forefront of Canada’s RFID industry,” Konarski said.
The second phase of the project is scheduled to be completed by mid-August of this year. It will consist of the integration of Ship2Save’s Unit in Transit system with the RFID/OMS Solution to enable real-time tracking of merchandise during transportation.
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