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A Warehouse Management System with just one click


Users configure their Warehouse Management software in the internet

CIM GmbH, manufacturer of Warehouse Management software from Fürstenfeldbruck near Munich, have put their new PROLAG®World configurator online, according to a spokesperson for the company. The configurator is an online tool which can be used to “click together” your own version of the Warehouse Management software, like a car. Visitors to this year’s LogiMAT in Stuttgart already had the opportunity to try out the configurator. It is now available for general access in the internet.

“The idea of a WMS with just one click is now almost reality. Using our new configurator, you can assemble and configure the software in just a few clicks, giving you a version which is tailored to your own specific requirements”, explains Fritz Mayr, managing director of CIM GmbH.

In the initial step, users can select the relevant product for their sector from one of the five product packages – PROLAG®World Basic, Production, Trade & Retail, Health Care and 3PL. These cover requirements such as online shop interfaces and pick and pack in Trade and Retail, or kanban functionality in the Production package.

The user then selects an industry package which is specially tailored to their specific industry sector, such as chemicals, mechanical engineering or automotive. The Food package contains modules for the food industry including expiry date management and temperature recording, for example, whereas Chemicals provides functions for hazardous goods and hazardous materials management. Service and comfort packages can be selected in a third and fourth step. They increase efficiency in the warehouse and provide greater flexibility regarding hardware connections. These packages include components such as forklift routing system, pick-to-voice, interface connections and automation, and greatly enhance the performance of your intralogistics processes and systems.

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