Manhattan WMS Training

Manhattan WMS Training

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A warehouse management system (WMS) may be a software package application that supports the regular operations during a warehouse. WMS programs enable centralised management of tasks like following inventory levels and stock locations.

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Course Information

Manhattan WMS Course Duration: 30 Hours

Manhattan WMS Training Timings: Week days 1-2 Hours per day (or) Weekends: 2-3 Hours per day

Manhattan WMS Training Method: Instructor Led Online Training

Manhattan WMS Training Study Material: Soft Copy

Manhattan WMS

 

Course Content

Introduction 

Technology 

Statistics 

Key Decisions / Assumptions 

1.0 General 

2.0 Locations 

3.0 SKU/iLPN 

4.0 Interfaces 

5.0 Yard 

6.0 Inbound 

7.0 Outbound 

8.0 Inventory Control  

Warehouse Layout 

I. Interfaces 

9.0 WM Interface Touch points 

10.0 Download from Host to WMOS 

10.1 Item 

10.2 Vendors 

10.3 Purchase Order (PO) 

10.4 Facilities 

10.5 Advanced Shipment Notice (ASN) 

10.6 Distribution Orders

11.0 Upload From WM to Host 

       11.1 PIX

       11.2 Ship Confirmation 

12.0 TMS to WM 

12.1 Shipment with Full Orders 

13.0 WM to TMS 

13.1 Ship Confirmation on Close Load  

Inbound

14.0 Yard Management 

14.1 Appointment Creation 

14.2 Setup 

14.3 Guard Check-In 

14.4 Trailer Parking in a temporary location 

14.5 Yard Move Tasks 

14.6 Out of Service trailers 

14.7 Guard Check-Out  

Yard Audit 

14.9 Off-site Yard 

14.10 Yard Updates

15.0 Pre-Receiving 

15.1 Create Manual ASN 

15.2 Assign ASNs to Shipment 

15.3 Cartonize ASN - Optional 

15.4 Quality Audit/Immediate Needs 

15.5 Generate Receiving Documents (optional)  

16.0 Receiving 

16.1 Detail Receipts (SKU level receipts)

 16.2 Receive LPNs – Pallets/UCC128s or LPNs created using the cartonization process 

16.3 Sortation 

16.4 Receiving exceptions (for all types of receiving) 

16.5 Close Shipment 

16.6 Verify Shipment/ASN 

16.7 Receiving Updates 

17.0 Putaway 

17.1 Putaway Overview

17.2 Finding putaway type and final destination 

17.3 Putaway method priority and location assignment based on putaway type 

17.4 iLPN consolidation in Reserve 

17.5 iLPN/Cart/Pallet pickup for putaway from receiving dock – User initiated, system directed

17.6 Moving carts/pallets/unsorted iLPNs from receiving dock to drop or from drop to drop

17.7 Putaway to final destination 

17.8 Rugs – Stack Rack 

17.9 Rugs – Selective Rack 

17.10 Hazmat Putaway 

18.0 Miscellaneous Inbound Processes 

18.1 Back Orders 

18.2 Split Move iLPN 

18.3 iLPN Inquiry 

18.4 SKU Inquiry 

18.5 Location Inquiry 

19.0 Returns 

19.1 Returns Receiving 

19.2 Returns Processing 

19.3 Returns PIX Updates  

III. Inventory Control 

20.0 Cycle Count 

20.1 Cycle Count Rules 

20.2 Cycle Count Triggers

20.3 Cycle Count Reserve 

20.4 Cycle Count Active 

20.5 Tolerance Validations and Recounts 

20.6 Cycle Count History 

20.7 System Updates 

Physical Count 

21.1 Preparing for a Physical Count 

21.2 Initiating the Physical Count 

21.3 Performing the Count 

21.4 Monitoring the Count 

21.5 Reconciling the Count (if multiple counts are performed) 

21.6 Reviewing and Adjusting the Count 

21.7 Booking the Count 

21.8 On-going Maintenance 

22.0 Inventory Sync 

23.0 Inventory Adjustments

23.1 Modify iLPN  

23.2 Consume iLPN

23.3 Create iLPN 

23.4 Lock/Unlock iLPN 

24.0 Recall Inventory 

IV. Outbound

25.0 Waving  

25.1 Run Wave Dashboard (DS01)

25.2 Select Wave Template. 

25.3 Order Selection for Waving.

26.0 Allocation 

26.1 Distribution order Grouping and Sequencing 

26.2 Soft Allocation in WM (Optional) 

26.3 Wave Processing Type (WPT) 

26.4 Inventory Allocation Priority. 

26.5 Allocation Steps 

26.6 Replenishment Allocation 

26.7 Replenishment with the Wave 

26.8 Lean Time Replenishment 

26.9 Replenishment Wave 

27.0 Cubing. 

27.1 Full iLPN Cubing 

27.2 Cube to Capacity (3D Cubing) 

27.3 Container Type/Break Attribute 

28.0 Pack Wave Processing (WM11) 

28.1 Identify CAT 

28.2 Generate Pack Waves 

28.3 Assign tote type and identify pick slapper. 

28.4 Reassign tote type based on single multi orders 

28.5 Create Pick to Tote Tasks 

29.0 Wave Download to WCS 

30.0 Task Management 

30.1 Picking Tasks from Reserve (INT 2) 

30.2 Picking Tasks from Active (INT 50) 

Functional Flow

30.3 Replenishment Tasks 

30.4 General Tasking 

30.5 Reserve Pulls 

30.6 Task Release 

31.0 Rating/Routing with Wave 

31.1 Routing Lanes 

31.2 LTL Rating 

31.3 Parcel Rating  

32.0 Cluster Picking  

40.0 Outbound Quality Audit  

41.0 Parcel Shipping 

41.1 Shipping Sorter Divert. 

41.2 Fluid Loading – RF Load Parcel (WM22)

42.0 LTL Shipping 

42.1 Manual Load Planning Screen 

42.2 Check-In Empty Trailers 

42.3 Assign trailers to Shipments/dock doors  

42.4 RF Anchor/Load oLPN

42.5 Unload oLPN 

42.6 Lock oLPN  

42.7 Suspend Load 

42.8 Cancel Load  

42.9 Unload oLPN After Shipment Closed 

42.10 UI Close Shipment 

42.11 Ship Confirmation 

42.12 Documentation 

42.13 Guard Check-Out 

43.0 Promotional Item 

43.1 Receiving and Putaway

43.2 Waving  

43.3 Picking and Packing  

44.0 Miscellaneous Outbound Processes. 

44.1 Cancel oLPN 

44.2 Undo Wave 

44.3 Cancel DO 

44.4 Adjust oLPN 

44.5 Split/Move oLPN 

44.6 Lock/Unlock oLPN 

44.7 Palletize oLPNs 

44.8 oLPN Inquiry

Revision Session/Unit Test. 

Key Feature

Instructor Led Manhattan WMS Online Training

Flexible Time At Your Convenience

Over 1,00,000+ Professionals Trained Across 100 Countries

24x7 Live Support via Chat, Mail and Phone

Corporate Training and On-Job Support

Reviews

Practical explanations and examples, hands-on approach, easy to follow and apply the concepts. Very much enjoyed the real world examples. 

Simon Phil- Manhattan WMS

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