Gain control of every part coming in and out of your warehouse
OneSource Scanning App functionality:
- Scan items into stock for incoming Purchase Orders.
- Scan items out of stock for Sales Orders (Not Available Yet). (Mode 1 – Single Scan) *
- Scan items out of stock for Sales Orders (Not Available Yet). (Mode 2 – Scan 1 barcode on Stock Picking Ticket, then scan Item# (and other fields if desired, such as item shelf location and/or item serial #). This method provides greater accuracy as each item barcode is compared to the barcode scanned on the Stock Picking Ticket)*.
- Scan items into stock for Customer Returns*.
- Scan items for inventory cycle counts*.
* This feature planned for future version (free of charge when upgrade available).
How it works.
- Using a hand-held scanning device, the user logs into the osScan.
- User scans (or hand enters) a document # (such as a Purchase Order #).
- User scans item #.
- If enabled, user will next scan the shelf bin location.
- If enabled, user will next scan the item serial #.
- User repeats step 3 for each item scanned for the document.
- User places the hand held scanner in the scanner docking station (which automatically copies the file created by osScan onto the PC attached to the scanning docking station).
- The same user (or if desired a different user) opens the Warehouse Management screen in OneSource to perform the following steps:
- Click the Import button (to import 1 or more osScan files and display all scanned items on the same screen).
- Click the Pre-Process button (to automatically find the OneSource item # (if the OEM or Supplier barcode was scanned), and to look for any discrepancies before committing the scanned items).
- Click the Process button (to merge the scanned info into the related PO, or Sales Order, etc).
Hardware Scanning Device Requirements.
- One hand-held scanning device that has Windows Mobile 6.0 or greater
- A screen on the scanner that is at least 2.25 inches wide by at least 3 inches tall.
- In making a selection for this device we also recommend that the device have these additional features:
- Made for very industrial use (so it can withstand being accidentally dropped, etc).
- Has a pistol grip for greater comfort and accuracy.
- Has wireless capabilities (using 802.11a/b/g/n)
- Is supported by a vendor that make selling and supporting scanning devices their primary business.
- Has the ability to scan 1D and 2D scans. (Currently osScan only uses 1D barcodes, but will more than likely move to 2D barcodes in the future).
- NOTE: Take a look at the MC9090 at www.carltontechnologies.com (or on www.amazon.com or www.ebay.com). We think its the best overall rugged, feature rich, used scanner for the price.
What it costs to buy.
- $7,200 to buy–including training and setup (but not including hardware).
- $80/mo to support/update/host.
To learn more about how OsScan help automate your warehouse, please contact us.