Warehouse Management Implementation

How Long Does a Latitude WMS Implementation Take?

Every business has different requirements, so the process of implementing Latitude WMS in your warehouse or DC will vary based on your needs, availability and business size. Some organizations opt for a phased roll-out, while others a rapid WMS implementation.

After the purchase of Latitude WMS, PathGuide will arrange a site survey to determine your hardware requirements. Following the survey, we hold a three-day training warehouse workshop for key individuals at PathGuide’s headquarters in Bothell, Washington. During this training, we also develop a plan for your WMS customizations, working with your business processes and goals to determine which features will be most beneficial to your team.

Once floor managers are trained, we can begin the process of phased WMS roll-out.

Phase 1 – Installation and Training

This phase is typically limited to receiving and bar code labeling of bin locations throughout your warehouse.

Phase 2 – Full Implementation

All the other Latitude processes are brought on line.  Actual order picking, put away, cycle counting, and other modules as specified are performed with PathGuide trainers present to offer guidance, answer questions, and help with exceptions.

Phase 3 – Post-Implementation Support

PathGuide maintains a highly skilled, professional support group which can be contacted through our toll-free telephone number, by e-mail, or via a pager after normal working hours. This support staff works closely with PathGuide’s software engineers to solve any customer problem that may arise.

Call us today at 1.888.627.9797 and find out how easy it can be to get started with Latitude WMS.