One of the worlds biggest pharmaceutical companies has implemented Rotodocs, managing over 130,000 document ‘packs’ at one of its sites in Ireland.
Rotodocs is managing not only document packs located in the Hanel® Lean-Lift® unit, but also documents that are stored offsite, or in boxes in archive rooms.
Rotodocs gives anybody in the company the ability to browser the entire catalog of 130,000+ documents and easily see the status and metadata of documents. Users can request documents to be picked from their desktop PC, as well as transfer, or extend loan periods themselves, without having to involve the document management team.
Document requests are sent directly to the Hanel® controller for instant picking, and when the document has been removed from the Hanel®, an email is automatically sent to the user advising them the document is ready for collection.
Rotodocs has transformed the way the company manages its physical document storage and has delivered efficiencies of over 75% in the time taken to manage the entire request/pick/notification process.
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Cambridge Technologies is Australia’s largest stocking distributor of high performance wire, cable and interconnecting components
They have implemented mpx Host with integration with SAP Business One, so that all Inventory and orders are seamlessly integrated.
When an order is raised in SAP Business One, a pick job immediately appears on the Hanel® controller so that there is no rekeying of data and the order can be pick, packed and dispatched quickly.
mpx will be used to manage rack based items using the mpx voice picking app on Apple iOS devices.
Miele Australia has implemented mpx Batch in its national spare parts warehouse, with full real time integration with its host systems.
mpx Batch will be used to pick spare parts by maintenance personal for the repair of Miele products nationwide. mpx Batch will not only manage the spare parts stored in the Hanel®, but also in the traditional racking areas, and will printout all the paper work related to the delivery.
Amgen, one of the worlds leading pharma companies has implement a second Lean Lift running mpx-Host with a integrated web camera mounted inside the access point that photographs all operations performed at the lift.
The camera provides the management team with the ability to easily see product movements over time and monitor physical stock levels.
Leading provider of cutting tools, knives, blades and power tool accessories in Australia has implemented mpx Batch with 3 Hanel® Lean-Lift® units.
mpx Batch is also used to manage all of Sheffields Blades racking locations, providing a single warehouse picking solution for their entire operations.