Warehouse reporting, and the subsequent controls and actions that arise from this reporting, are essential to successful warehouse management.
Ultimately your business can only operate as well as your warehouse does. It is not possible to run a productive, efficient and profitable operation if you do not have access to accurate and up to the minute warehouse data to help you to benchmark your position and drive your decisions. As the saying goes “knowledge is power” and the more accessible your data, which tells the story about your warehouse performance, the better placed you are to maximise its success.
With our standard reporting tool, all reports can be exported directly to MS Excel or .csv files. In addition, an authorised user can modify a standard report, filter as required and schedule an automated delivery via email, internally or to a 3rd party stakeholder.
Warehouse Reporting That Elevates Your Business
Quick access to all master data such as customers, products, pricing
Profitability By Product
Profitability by Product to analyse the value of each product by its profitability
Customer Analysis to show your customers’ profitability, size, repeat order value, trends and risk
Supplier reports to determine reliability, accuracy, frequency of suppliers and overall relationship.
Profitability By Representative
Profitability by representative or order taker to calculate and reward team members and motivate staff
Warehouse Operative Performance
Analysis of warehouse operative performance to understand how well your warehouse(s) are performing overall
Empty Bin Reports
Empty Bin Reports – reporting availability to allocate stock levels.
Exact management information on the true costs of your warehouse operations.
SQL Database Integration Takes You One Step Further...
With a SQL database, Minster WMS will also support 3rd party business information systems. The solution will allow a third-party tool, such as PowerBI, to analyse the core data within the system, for example, customer or product sales analysis, customer service levels, picking performance, stock holding and valuation, supplier performance, and best-selling products.
Frequently Asked Questions
Read a selection of some of the questions about WMS and its impact on the Customer Service Experience that we get asked most frequently.
The old maxim of “If you can measure you can manage” is also true in the warehouse. And with scanning or voice-driven activities from goods-in to despatch, you can measure detailed performance statistics such a cases per hour for picking instantly. Other more traditional measurements such as aged inventory reports can help buyers improve decision making on the timing and quantity of inventory purchases.
An inventory report can be a detailed or summary report of the inventory value in a business. Depending on the requirement, an inventory report will show existing levels of inventory per product and also indicate inventory that has been ordered and expected soon. The main aim of an inventory report is to understand the value of inventory on hand.