Live Webinar: Move Inventory Faster. It Starts with the Label.

by Craig Hodgson, on April 13, 2017

What if you could eliminate an SOP in materials handling that’s costing your company millions of dollars a year—and improve overall supply chain efficiency?

If you’re like most manufacturers, you spend a lot of time and resources relabeling incoming goods from suppliers before they can move to the production line. It’s so common, in fact, that supply chain professionals often accept it as the cost of doing business, spending upwards of $2M a year in labor and label stock. Costs are compounded when you take into account the ripple effect on inventory management. Because of delays in receiving (due to relabeling), companies keep extra “safety stock” on hand to maintain production, which adds up to millions more in warehousing costs.

Fortunately, there is a better way. Innovations in barcode label software provide a new level of visibility, control, and predictability to eliminate relabeling and streamline operations. Learn more and join us for a special webinar “Move Inventory Faster. It Starts with the Label” on Thursday, April 20th at 11:00 AM EDT. Our expert John Kelser will show you how a standardized, browser-based enterprise labeling solution enables you to securely share label templates with partners to ensure that inbound materials are labeled the way you want them. Supplies move quickly to speed up production and help reduce “just in case” inventory.

Register for the Webinar Today!
Date: Thursday, April 20, 2017
Time: 11:00 – 11:30 AM EDT

In addition, you’ll learn how you can leverage dynamic, data-driven labeling to more accurately track the flow of supplier goods across the supply chain to avoid unforeseen delays and gain much needed confidence in inventory management.

Make plans now to attend this webinar to learn how labeling can help move your inventory faster. It’s a whole new approach that in the end can free up millions of dollars of working capital that can be reinvested in the business. You’ll see a real-world example to prove it!

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Topics:Supply ChainLabelingTransportation & Logistics

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