You can start a sequence order by scanning a sequence list. Orders need to be executed consecutively. Once a correct list is scanned, processing can begin.
To transfer sequence data, all you need to do is connect once to your existing system environment. The data is then transferred in your preferred format (e.g. EDIFACT), and motus does the rest.
The data is used to create sequence orders. When the orders are generated, motus employs crucial checking mechanisms to ensure that any errors are caught at an early stage. The sequences can be changed at any time up to a custom-defined point.
The warehouse workers receive the orders through the mobile app in real time. motus guides the workers through the entire sequence order and ensures that the right articles are removed in the right order.
During shipment planning, motus generates suggestions for optimised loading based on the delivery time. If the workers make any changes, motus guarantees that the containers will stick to the correct overall order.
Mobile app for supporting sequencing
Starting sequence orders
Scanning the first picking location
The order begins automatically with a display showing the first picking location in the sequence order. Once the location label has been scanned, the employee is shown the articles.
Retrieving and scanning articles
After each article is scanned, it is checked to make sure that it is correct, including with regard to the permitted variants (e.g. index check). It is also ensured that orders are handed over correctly at shift changes.
Posting completed containers to warehouse locations
Once all items in a sequence order have been processed, the sequence container must be posted to a location for loading or further processing.
Sequence order complete
Once the order is complete, the sequence order is assigned to a shipment for just-in-time delivery on the basis of the intended delivery time.