IBCS POLAND SPÓŁKA Z OGRANICZONĄ ODPOWIEDZIALNOŚCIĄ realizuje projekt dofinansowany z Funduszy Europejskich pn. „ibcsDock/ibcsCloud: zautomatyzowany system rejestracji przepływu towarów w magazynie”.

Warehouse management

Efficiency, reliability and timeframe thanks to ibcsTiger WMS system

WMS warehouse management - IBCS Poland - systemy logistyczne
years on the market
WMS warehouse management - IBCS Poland - systemy logistyczne
satisfied customers
WMS warehouse management - IBCS Poland - systemy logistyczne
successful implementations of version IV
WMS warehouse management - IBCS Poland - systemy logistyczne
generation of a system improved on the basis of experience
Description of the system

Avoid unnecessary risk

If the development of your distribution center, raw material warehouse or finished goods warehouse is not keeping up with the development of the entire company, you can easily recognize it by:

  • shortages of information needed to conduct analyzes and make decisions,
  • communication difficulties caused by poor computerization,
  • reduced profitability of the business,
  • difficulties in controlling warehouse processes,
  • a large number of returns, especially among e-commerce customers,
  • difficult execution of small e-commerce orders, without division into picking and packing,
  • regular reports on the frequent exceeding of the packing time, caused, inter alia, by loss of smoothness in carrying out tasks and the need to frequently travel long distances,
  • the growing number of errors / mistakes caused, inter alia, by the need for employees to remember many pieces of information at once,
  • unforeseen shortages of goods,
  • reports of difficulties in locating the goods
  • increased employee turnover,
  • costs of staff and equipment that grow disproportionately to the company’s development,
  • lowering the efficiency of employees due to reaching the physical limits of the warehouse,
  • sudden lack of storage space,
  • poor integration with courier systems,
  • difficult or impossible scaling of solutions and introduction of new technologies.

If you see room for improvement, we will be happy to help you assess the unused business potential you have and design the implementation.

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    ibcsTiger – Modern WMS in Polish warehouses

    Warehouse managers from over 50 companies have chosen ibcsTiger as a comprehensive warehouse workflow management and storage system that offers a number of benefits.

    • Adaptation to the individual needs of the warehouse – current and future.
    • Ease of use and measurable savings resulting from improved efficiency and reliability of warehouse processes.
    • Support for employees during picking, with automatic sorting and indicating the location of individual goods,
    • Efficiency of forecasting financial results and optimization based on access to complete, detailed information – current and historical.
    • Shortening the time and lowering the costs of warehouse operations thanks to:
      • on improving the work of existing staff without the need to recruit,
      • on the implementation of hardware and software creating an integrated system with touch panels, scanners, printers, and comprehensively equipped packing stations.

    Choose a solution that has proven its reliability and effectiveness for over 18 years, developing along with the needs of our customers.

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    Optimization of the collection path and allocation of storage space,
    Inventory management - inventory, batch blocking, batch tracking
    Full records - receipt, release, balance for recipients and suppliers
    Management of returnable packaging and carriers — containers, pallets, others
    Packaging container service — additional module
    Hierarchical structure of logistic units: possibility of handling carriers (pallets), packages (cartons) and various units of measurement
    Quality control, certificate registration for production batches, quality status management
    Full traceability of products / batches / media stored in the warehouse
    Access to the full functionality of the system via www,
    Scheduling shipments and loadings in relation to delivery dates, creating a shipment plan, supervising orders attached to a given transport, yard management elements (additional module)
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    Uses of ibcsTiger WMS system

    The actual implementation of the warehouse strategy (FIFO, FEFO, LIFO, etc.) – complete information about the location of each batch.
    Reduction of the time and cost of warehouse operations:
    • location guidance
    • quick identification of goods
    • multi-picking
    • staff training
    Reducing the number of picking mistakes:
    • automatic identification and control
    • limitation of complaints
    Maximum use of available storage space:
    • allocation of storage space
    • management of the collection area
    Shortening the inventory time:
    • automatic identification
    • location locking vs storage stoppage
    Permanent information about available stock:
    • real-time operations
    • batch / carrier management
    Implementation of operations with added value for the client – services for clients.
    Elimination of paper documents in the work of the warehouse:
    • reducing the cost
    • work with a document vs task work
    Easy implementation of the obligation to trace production batches (traceability):
    • history and traceability of products
    • compliance with GS1 system
    Control of warehouse workers' work:. Efficiency analysis, information who did what and when.
    Security: individual employee rights (assigning the scope of operations).
    Ensuring flow integrity:
    • goods movement control
    • packaging movement management

    Are you thinking about WMS and looking for the best supplier? Pay attention to the risks.

    • Too extensive WMS at a given stage of the company’s development will generate excess costs, make the work of your people difficult and extend the onboarding of employees
    • A cheaper, dedicated WMS will not work with the tools you want to implement in a year or two. The costs of further maintenance will exceed the price of the new implementation and will continue to grow. Each departure of a code contributor will generate additional problems
    • Relying on companies with a narrow specialization means limiting cooperation to the technical implementation of solutions that will work, although they may not be optimally selected from a business point of view and insufficiently comprehensive
    • Combining solutions from several smaller vendors into one system is a potential integration complication. The multiplication of the types of technology will cause them to collide with each other on a daily basis and cause downtime. In addition, each supplier will look at your logistics processes in the context of their specialization:
      • will not comprehensively diagnose a possible problem with the WMS system, while downtime and errors will generate costs
      • not integrate the WMS system with all devices and applications that you already use or you may want to implement in the future
      • may shift the responsibility for downtime to other vendors, and as a result, troubleshooting will be prolonged
      • may complicate scaling attempts if its technology does not support it

    Don’t take any chances. Choose a comprehensive implementation with IBCS Poland. We are an integrator of solutions for companies like yours. We design business optimal systems, deliver software and hardware, install, test and provide service protection.



    How do we implement ibcsTiger

    WMS warehouse management - IBCS Poland - systemy logistyczne
    Business analysis
    • visit to the site and review of all processes, procedures, areas and interfaces relevant to the implemented system, detailed discussion of the requirements
    • determination of the scope of services, proposed implementation schedule, milestones (important points in the project), scope of integration
    • discussing the hardware requirements and risk analysis
    • preparation of project documentation
    WMS warehouse management - IBCS Poland - systemy logistyczne
    Preparing the project
    • mapping of the course of processes determined on the analysis
    • internal tests and declaration of readiness for initial system installation
    • warehouse mapping
    • construction of interfaces
    WMS warehouse management - IBCS Poland - systemy logistyczne
    • test opening balance
    • full system load tests
    • staff training
    • administrator training
    • inventory
    • production launch

    How to fully take advantage of ibcsTiger potential

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    What do you think about taking the quality of warehouse management to a new level to increase convenience and continuously improve efficiency? Let’s talk about how to adjust ibcsTiger system to your requirements.

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    They trusted us

    “Many bidders applied for the implementation. However, the scope of the solution proposed by IBCS Poland, as well as additional elements related to network monitoring and management as part of these functionalities, determined the choice of this solution – explains Zbigniew Koplin from the District Dairy Cooperative in Piątnica.”

    “It is worth emphasizing that the efficiency of the warehouse increased above the assumed value. This contributed to real financial savings. We are fully satisfied with the implementation and its effects as well as cooperation with IBCS Poland.”

    “As intended, work ergonomics have improved, the number of errors has decreased, and warehouse processes have been optimised. The pick-by-voice technology has also contributed to speeding up the collection and dispensing stages, as well as increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of picking.”

    “The system is centralized and easy to manage from one place. It generates not only savings of funds, but also time savings – previously, manual printing was performed by employees and operators of all workstations. (…) The universal architecture significantly reduced downtime, facilitated service work and additionally largely eliminated human errors.”