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Warehouse Management Solutions

The key to efficient warehouse operations lies in accessibility, which includes smooth movement, organized systems, and effortless retrieval of products within the warehouse space.

As a result, having a warehouse that provides a secure space for your inventory enhances the supply chain process. Ranging in various sizes and storage types, companies can choose the type of warehouses to invest in. Hence, Warehouse Management Solutions need to be designed in alignment with supply chain optimisation services.

Warehouse operations depend on technology for managing routine tasks.

Crucial warehouse layout analysis is performed to effectively distribute and catalogue goods.

Goods are categorised based on consumer demand and frequency of sale.

Storage infrastructure solutions need to be developed by companies to complement warehouse efficiency.

Supply Chain Challenges

The supply-chain in a large-scale operation can account for between 10 and 20 percent of a company’s costs. Despite huge investments, organisations face challenges that excessively affect the performance and delivery made to customers.
A few of the challenges are :

1. Scattered Inventory
2. Inadequate Storage Set-Up
3. Low Picking Efficiency
4. Delivery Delays
5. Higher Maintenance Costs
Strategic Innovations

Enhancing Warehouse Efficiency Through Tigergraph

Owing to complex relationships between various functions, such as Inbound, Outbound, Logistic operation and workforce, the warehouse department has strategised a plan in motion. Inventory management services that cater to a 360-degree product view assist in predictive analytics for warehousing.

In order to address the challenges outlined above, the warehouse team has leveraged advanced technology to model and run the warehouse operations. These solutions ensure a streamlined approach that optimises space utilisation, accelerates smart rack allocation, inventory levels and enhances overall warehouse productivity.

Unlocking Potential

Integrating Graph Database Into Warehouse Operations Can Provide Numerous Benefits

Optimised Processes

Warehouse management solutions streamlines warehouse operations optimising various tasks, such as order picking, packing, and shipping, leading to increased efficiency.

Accurate Inventory Tracking

XYZ analysis classifies inventory based on importance, helping prioritize resources for high-demand items. This reduces the risk of product misplacement and pilferage and builds inventory resilience services.

Enhanced Visibility

With ageing and replenishment management, the system provides real-time visibility into inventory levels, order statuses, enabling proactive decision- making and reducing the risk of stock out and overstock situations.

Cost Savings

Optimizing warehouse operations leads to cost saving through reduced labour. In addition, it also helps in efficient space utilization, reducing the need for excess storage space and associated costs.

Increased Customer Satisfaction

By streamlining inventory levels, the warehouse management solutions enhance order accuracy and on-time delivery, leading to higher customer satisfaction.

Data-driven Decision-making

Warehouse management solutions provide valuable insights on data and analytics, enabling management to identify areas of improvement, optimize workflows and make data driven decisions to further enrich supply chain efficiency reporting tools that enable businesses to make informed decisions based on real-time data.

Graph databases are apt for real-time network analysis, managing inventory levels, or responding to changes in consumer demand. Utilizing managed graph database services for inventory management services proves most useful in anticipating future demand, elevated inventory levels, and overall operational productivity.

Overview of
The Graph Schema

Snapshots of the Insights Dashboard

Dashboard Overview
Bin Allocation
Product Overview
Optimizing Warehousing Dynamics

Why Graph Database ?

Owing to complex relationships between various functions, such as Inbound, Outbound, Logistic operation and workforce, the warehouse department has strategised a plan in motion. Inventory management services that cater to a 360-degree product view assist in predictive analytics for warehousing.

1. Optimizing the Warehouse Layout

Representing the spatial relationships between different storage locations, racks, levels, bays and bins in a warehouse.
Placing the fast-moving products very close to the operational area to reduce the overall picking and delivery time.
Whenever a new stock is bought into the warehouse, deciding on the location of its storage efficiently based on its previous movement.

2. Demand Planning

Forecasting the demand for multiple SKU's based on the historic sales projection data.
Projecting the usability of the existing stock
Speculating the required stock to meet the demand.

3. Real-time Visibility of SKU's

Providing a granular view of a product's exact location in the warehouse.
Determining the aging of products in the warehouse.
Providing a real-time view of the warehouse storage space.

4. Order Replenishment Process

Using the safety stock optimally to meet the order demands.
Efficiently moving the products between storage locations depending on the current need.

Explore the Possibilities with Us

We invite you to explore our TigerGraph Data Analytics CoE and discover how it can benefit your organization. Whether you are looking to enhance your data analysis capabilities, optimize your processes, or uncover hidden patterns in your data, we are here to assist you every step of the way.

Contact us today to learn more, schedule a consultation, or start a collaborative project. We are excited to embark on this data-driven journey with you!

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