Are you a customer of a third-party logistics provider which uses the Ongoing Warehouse Management System? We have prepared some materials for you.
We have prepared a series of tutorials which will take you through the basics of the system from start to end. If you follow these tutorials, you will be able to take a completely fresh Ongoing system, set it up to according to how your warehouse looks, and start receiving and shipping goods.
An important part of most warehouses' use of the Ongoing WMS, is an integration with a separate transport system. This system deals with transport labels and the communication with carriers. We have prepared a series of articles on this subject.
Learn how to change passwords.
Learn how to grant API access to someone who wishes to integrate with your Ongoing system.
Various kinds of data (such as article data and orders) can be imported into Ongoing from Excel.
Various kinds of documents and labels can be printed from Ongoing.
Description of and a short guide on how to install the Ongoing Printer Service, which allows Ongoing to automatically trigger printouts in your warehouse.
Description of refill orders and a short guide on how to use them to refill your picking locations.
Learn how to define kit articles, that is, articles which are composed of other articles.
Mistakes will happen during picking and receiving - learn how to correct them.
The Ongoing WMS has a powerful invoicing system which allows warehouses to accurately charge their customers.
The Ongoing Warehouse Management system can be configured to send emails automatically for various events.
Improve your warehouse's productivity by picking multiple orders at the same time.
Do you need to store batch and serial numbers for the goods in your warehouse? Learn more about it here.