Warehouse performance management software

Warehouse performance management software

Dematic has launched iQ InSights, a cloud-based asset performance management (APM) system that is said to unite order fulfilment and facility lifecycle management data for actionable intelligence that empowers users to make informed decisions that maximise overall warehouse logistics effectiveness.

Dematic iQ InSights holistically integrates facility-wide intelligence across warehouse and distribution systems, processes, and equipment so that managers can make data-driven decisions to fully utilise assets, increase operational performance, and add to the bottom line. The software is said to allow users to:

  • Maximise uptime.
  • Accelerate incident/resolution cycle time.
  • Enhance cross-function intelligence.
  • Reduce total cost of ownership.

It combines sophisticated enterprise asset management (EAM) software with real-time operational data and the power of cross-functional analysis and advanced analytics. Using Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) active intelligence, Dematic iQ InSights enables peak warehouse performance while reducing total cost of operations.

The holistic, warehouse-wide approach enables true visibility across equipment, labour, and facility to help customers measure, evaluate and optimise operations.

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