SBO4PDA - The Smart WMS to Eliminate Your Warehouse Troubles
SBO4PDA is a powerful suite of supply chain solutions that uses the API to seamlessly integrate to Acumatica (or MYOB Advanced) in order to provide a more sophisticated and efficient way to manage your warehouse. Small and medium businesses usually suffer from picking inaccuracies and errors, this includes overpicking, underpicking, picking the wrong item or not being able to efficiently find an item in the warehouse. SBO4PDA eliminates your warehouse troubles by introducing its directed picking features which ensures the picker is taking the optimised route to pick items from your warehouse based on the bin locations and prevents users from picking the wrong item or the wrong quantities.
SBO4PDA is developed by The RIC Group and is one of the first add-ons to Acumatica to have been certified by Acumatica in the world - meaning that the software has been tested by Acumatica and is conform to their norms and regulations. SBO4PDA is also available on a worldwide market on the Acumatica store and on the MYOB Advanced add-on library for the Australia and New Zealand market. This means that the software has been well tested by users all over the world and ensures a high knowledge-base and availability for support and training.
SBO4PDA is an end-to-end solution allowing your warehouse staff to conduct all their usual activities on the mobile device. The inventory software supports all the movement of inventory from and to your warehouse including the goods receiving process, the picking process, inter-warehouse or inter-location transfers, run management and proof of delivery (POD) and even stocktaking. The product handles freight integration, lot and serial tracking, barcode scanning and is EDI compliant. The software is simple to use and has a consistent user-friendly interface allowing your staff to quickly pick up the process. It is a proven solution with significant benefits and near immediate return on investment (ROI) with sites all over Australia, New Zealand, North America, Asia and Africa.