Warehouse Management System
Why do you need mWMS (Warehouse Management System)?
5 Steps of 5 Steps of Warehouse Management
This is the precise point where the first step along the path of systematic customer management, using an integrated approach must be taken.
Material Inward & Storage
This is where a rule-based Material Inwards and Godown Storage engine comes in. Our state-of-the-art system automation platform able to generate inward receipts and mortgages.
Rental Income Calculation
This systematic approach towards the calculation of rental income based on Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Cost. Our advanced system also considers the expenses while calculating the Rental Income.
This is a critical step, and also an essential part of the warehouse management process. Our CRM systems provide partial exit and full exit of the material and manage the inventory systematically.
Warehouse Insights Analytics
The steps you need to take to improve the efficacy of your warehouse, customer relationship, and expenses.
Fumigation & Insurance Management
Manage Warehouse Fumigation & Insurance Expenses, its schedule, and forward the expenses to the selected material’s rent calculations.
Multiple Godowns Management
Manage, review, and get insights into your multiple godowns from a single dashboard panel.
Customer & Party Management
Manage Customers, Party information for Relationship management and effective communications and data insights.
Partial & Full Outward
Manage the Partial and Full Outward of the material in a simple and systematic approach with stock management.
Ease of Mortgage Calculation based on Material Actual Cost, Amount of Loan, Tenure, Rate of Interest. Also easy and simple details of Principal amount and Interest Amount.
Multiple Language Support
mWMS supports English and Marathi Language for added productivity for Godown users and staff.
GST Compliance Inward and Outward receipts. GST Number on the tax invoice.
Advance Rent Forecast
Calculate the Rent Forecasting based on Material, Material Aging, and futuristic cost deviations.