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  • Gina KupecGina Kupec
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      Our scan users only pick sales orders (scan item and lot #) and receive PO’s (scan item and lot #).

      We are currently testing WMS Express Standard. Standard combines Sales Order Pick with Ship, we do not ship using the hand scanner.  We use Dynamic Ship to process our shipments. Since pick & ship are combined with the standard version, this appears to pose a challenge/process breakdown when the wrong barcode is scanned into a lot field.  When that happens, someone else with access to Dynamic Ship must get involved to fix the order.  Our old system each picker is self-sufficient and can fix the issue if the wrong scan is entered into the lot field.

      We wonder if “Basic” might be a version we should try to test in our environment.  Since the Basic version does not include PO receipt, can Inventory Put-away be used in place of PO receipt? Can Inventory Picks can be used to pick sales orders? If you use Basic, do you feel that version maybe more efficient/better for us?


      Olina ThorsteinsdottirOlina Thorsteinsdottir
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        If you are using Dynamic ship, for Dynamic ship the answer would be whatever suits you pick needs.
        Here is an article that will help you more with the Dynamics shop pick side You searched for pick pack – Insight Works Knowledge Base (dmsiworks.com)

        For using WMS Express Basic and utilize the Put-away, you can use it however, then you would need to handle your Receive on Business Central. Meaning that you are not doing receipts on the scanner, you are only putting away your goods. I can’t say it can be used in place of receipts; it would cause you to need a process change.

        Whether you select using WMS express “Basic or” Standard”, you will need to sacrifice something in your process.

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