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Description

Latitude VMI Batch Order Entry Application.

Inventory errors, stockouts and downtime are significantly reduced when using VMI Batch Order Entry. Vendors and suppliers that offer this inventory replenishment-based ordering system to their customer, either at that customer’s location or offsite, find that VMI Batch Order Entry is simple to use.

Using a handheld device, the VMI Batch Order Entry user (typically a representative of the vendor) will scan the items that their customer is running low on to bring that inventory back to pre-established levels. The user may also create additional orders to form a batch of orders that they will later upload to Latitude WMS once all quantities are reviewed and finalized. From there, the user posts the order(s) to the host system for creation, allocation, and shipper generation.

A warehouse employee working at the location that the replenishment items are being shipped from will pick, pack and ship the replenishment order to the customer. The customer will typically receive an advanced shipping notice they can then reference as soon as the shipment arrives and is ready to be received into inventory.

PathGuide now offers Advanced VMI which can run independently outside of the warehouse or as part of Latitude WMS. Orders are placed faster, easier and more efficiently than ever before – especially for customers who consistently order the same products. Features of Advanced VMI include customizable customer portals, bin-level management for complete inventory control, a self-service portal, lot and shelf-life management, serial number control management, consigned and non-consigned inventory management, ad-hoc replenishment, industrial vending machine support, SaaS-based multi-tenant cloud architecture, user-defined multilingual support, audit trails, compliance management, onboarding, project management, sourcing management, vendor master data management, collaboration, transaction history, and performance metrics.

What’s New

Version 1.07

Minor bug fixes and improvements to the UI

App Privacy

The developer, Pathguide Technologies, Inc, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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