YASH Technologies, a leading technology services and outsourcing partner for global companies, today announced that it is hosting a free webinar for wholesale distribution companies interested in understanding how to improve process efficiencies with warehouse operations and selecting the best option for the unique business requirements. Mike Wise, Industry Principal, Wholesale Distribution, SAP America, Inc., and Stephanie Morgan, Solution Engineer, YASH, will be the featured presenters.
The webinar titled, How to Improve Process Efficiencies with Warehouse Operations—Which Option is Best for You?, will take place on Wednesday, May 10th at 12 pm EST, and will discuss the differences between:
• Inventory Management (storage locations, smaller layouts, visual controls);
• ERP Warehouse Management (bin level, movements, storage units);
• Extended Warehouse Management (picking, put-away, replenishment strategies, complex layouts, high volume transactions).
and how wholesale distribution companies can select the best option for their business.
Attendees will leave this webinar with a better understanding of how to:
• Monitor inventory levels;
• Track materials and maximization of resources;
• Automate inventory processes;
• Gain efficiencies through improving turns, optimizing flows, and shortening routes within the warehouse.
In addition, all attendees will receive a complimentary copy of SAP's newest thought leadership paper,"Enterprise Resource Planning Solutions for Wholesale Distributors!" "Process inefficiencies lead to higher operating expenses, resulting in lower margins. This webinar will provide invaluable information to wholesale distribution companies looking to generate optimal business benefits," said Jacinto Arauz, vice president of software sales, YASH.
Register Now for the May 10th webinar.
YASH Technologies will also be exhibiting at SAPPHIRE® NOW and ASUG Conference (booth 749) in Orlando, Fl, May 14 – 16, and will have wholesale industry experts and customers available to answer questions. For more information email info[.]yash.com.
About YASH Technologies
YASH Technologies (yash.com) focuses on customer success. As a leading technology services and outsourcing partner for medium and large global customers, we leverage technology and our flexible delivery models to drive performance and business value throughout a customer's enterprise. This comprehensive service approach incorporates a holistic view of our customers that extends beyond delivery. This approach integrates enterprise solutions and services, proprietary best practice offerings, strategic application and maintenance outsourcing, as well as consulting and integration services. YASH is a SEI CMMI (Level 3) and an ISO 9001:2008 certified company with U.S. and India headquarters and regional sales and development offices spread across three continents.
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