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Title: Sage MAS 500 Warehouse Automation


1
Sage MAS 500 Warehouse Automation
Utilizing Warehouse Automation as a Selling Tool
Scott Pugmire Sr. Vertical Industry Manager
Susan Frederick Sr. Manager, Solution Consultants
2
Agenda
  • Terminology
  • RF-Barcode versus RFID
  • The Value Proposition of ADC
  • The Total Warehouse Automation Solution for Sage
    MAS 500

3
Lets Define the Terms
4
Terminology Definitions
  • ADC (Automated Data Collection)
  • An efficient and effective method of capturing
    data at the source
  • Includes transmission of data to required
    information processing system
  • Encompasses
  • Data collection technology
  • Data gathering devices or input terminals
  • Data transmission for moving information in and
    out of the information processing system

5
Terminology Definitions
  • RF (Radio Frequency)
  • An automated means of collecting encoded data
    encoded
  • Records events such as receiving, shipping, and
    picking
  • Requires human intervention and line-of-sight
  • Commonly used in wholesale distribution,
    manufacturing, and retail communities
  • RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)
  • Requires almost no human intervention
  • Line-of-sight not required due to technology
    design
  • Item, package, or pallet label contains an
    integrated chip

6
RF-Barcode vs. RFID
  • Which is right for my customers?

7
RF - Barcode
  • Pros
  • Proven standard with no additional infrastructure
    costs
  • Barcode labels already available at an item level
    (RFID tags only plausible at case and pallet
    level)
  • Familiarity with RF barcode technology
  • RFID will never completely replace RF barcode
    technology
  • Solid investment
  • Cons
  • Human errors can rarely occur
  • Major players will eventually require suppliers
    to comply pushing RF barcode technology towards
    maturity

8
RFID
  • Pros
  • Unsupervised identification (no human
    intervention)
  • No line of sight required
  • Unique identification
  • Associate static and lifecycle information to
    unique object
  • Location and environmental conditions
  • Cons
  • Tag reads are still a problem
  • Tag placement still affects readability
  • High cost of tags

9
RFID
  • Tags contain a unique identification number (or
    more information) that can be read via wireless
    reader
  • Tags are active, passive or semi-passive
  • Tags support various frequencies
  • Smart labels combine barcode and RFID label
  • Future tags will be environmental sensors

10
RFID Application Configurations
Reader Locations
Tag Placement
Cases
Items
Dock Door
Conveyor
Pallets, Totes, etc.
Forklift
Yard
11
What is Auto-ID Center, EPCglobal?
  • Auto-ID Center
  • Founded in 1999 (6 universities and 87 companies)
  • Goal a 5 tag
  • A unique product identity described by a 96-bit
    electronic product code (EPC)
  • Electronic Product Code (EPC), Object Naming
    Service (ONS), Physical Markup Language (PML)
  • EPCglobal
  • Certification organization developing standards
    to enable tags/readers to interoperate among RFID
    equipment manufacturers

12
RFID Network High Level Architecture
Business Application
Sage MAS 500
  • Visibility and Analytics
  • Push down rules and alerts
  • Apply business logic to real-time data
  • Make business decisions
  • RFID services and platform
  • Add context and turn raw events into business
    process relevant information
  • Interpret events at the edge through filters,
    rules alerts
  • Discover, configure and manage devices
  • Hardware abstraction layer

Distributed RFID site servers running RFID
services platform
  • Device Layer
  • RFID fixed and mobile readers
  • Barcode Scanners
  • PLCs, etc
  • Physical Layer
  • RFID tags, barcodes
  • Biometrics
  • Environmentalsensors, etc.

13
RFID Conclusions and Key Takeaways
  • It is still early days for RFID, but ...
  • RFID is a matter of when, not if ...
  • Mandates will hit sooner or later, but expect
    delays ...
  • Make good use of the remaining time by
    implementing Warehouse Automation now

14
The Value Proposition of ADC
  • ADC will help you close more deals with
    technology that your customers can take advantage
    of today!

15
ROI in ADC Implementations
  • Increased inventory accuracy
  • Significantly reduce data entry errors
  • Increased ability to grow and expand operations
  • Gain new customers with greater demands such as
    serial or lot traceability
  • Increase warehouse workflow or add space while
    controlling growth
  • Virtually paper-free data collection process
  • Real-time data validation
  • Avoid performing steps out of sequence

16
ROI in ADC Implementations
  • Improved tracking of work in process (WIP)
  • Capture staff productivity using ADC equipment
  • Monitor processes such as receiving, returns,
    etc.
  • Deliver real-time warnings and messages to
    warehouse staff
  • Improved management visibility
  • Improve decision making
  • Respond to exceptions
  • Monitor new processes being implemented

17
Identify Customer Pain Points
  • High volume shipping and/or receiving
  • Inaccurate inventory counts
  • Lengthy physical count process
  • Missed sales opportunities
  • Increased customer satisfaction issues
  • Inefficient distance between receiving dock and
    computer workstations
  • Re-labeling of parts upon receipt

18
What to Look for in Receiving
  • Do you receive vendor shipments with items from
    multiple purchase orders?
  • Do you receive partial delivery of items?
  • Do you have receipts that require immediate
    shipment for customer backorders?
  • Do you need to organization items for optimal put
    away in a limited space?
  • Do you frequently have vendor mis-shipments and
    shortages?

19
What to Look for in Picking
  • How many steps are involved in the picking
    process?
  • How do you determine the optimal pick path?
    Could you improve the picking process by grouping
    like items from multiple orders into a single
    pick process?
  • How fast can orders be picked? How accurate are
    the orders?
  • How many hands actually touch a product as it
    goes through the pick process?
  • Are checks and balances efficient?
  • Can you accurately measure the effectiveness of
    your pickers?
  • Could you handle an increase in orders with your
    current staff?
  • How do you handle back stock?

20
What to Look for in Put-Away
  • How many items are inaccurately put away?
  • Do you know the optimal put away location for an
    item?
  • Do you need to track quantity by put away
    location?

21
What to Look for in Physical Inventory
  • How comfortable are you with your inventory
    accuracy?
  • How often do you think you have an item in stock
    only to find youre out of stock at picking time?
  • How often must you perform a physical count?
  • Does the physical count process require that you
    shut down the entire distribution center?
  • Are you comfortable with the accuracy of
    inventory adjustments made after the physical
    count?

22
They have painNow what?
  • Ask more questions to find the right solution
  • Can the customer benefit from barcode
    capabilities in PO and IM?
  • Do they want to streamline the physical count
    process?
  • Do they need to barcode all warehouse operations
    or just the shipping process?
  • Is speed in picking critical?
  • Is there a budget for handheld devices?

23
The Total Warehouse Automation Solution for Sage
MAS 500
24
Warehouse Automation Module Overview
  • Server Components
  • Listener for radio frequency communication
  • DLLs handle validation and execution of MAS 500
    stored procedures
  • Launches barcode network printing of standard,
    pre-defined barcode labels (printing by
    unlimited users)
  • Setup programs for the handheld devices
  • Handheld Components
  • UI software written in VB.net
  • Any handheld hardware that runs Windows Mobile
    2003, 2005 or CE.net

25
Tasks Performed Using Handheld
  • Picking (Directed, Wave, Order)
  • Packing
  • Commit Shipments
  • Manufacturing Material Issues Production Entry
  • (from Sage with 8.0 release)
  • Manufacturing Completions
  • (from Sage with 8.0 release)
  • Receive Goods
  • Warehouse Transfers
  • Bin Transfers
  • Cycle Counts
  • Physical Counts
  • Sales Returns

26
What the Competition Is Offering
  • Microsoft Dynamics
  • Great Plains No embedded warehouse management
    or ADC functionality. Its all provided by third
    parties and offers less functionality than Sage
    MAS 500s Warehouse Automation Solution.
  • Navision Has embedded warehouse management and
    ADC functionality, but both are weaker than the
    Sage MAS 500s Solution.
  • Sage MAS 500 WM module provides much more
    capability than Navisions Warehouse management,
    particularly in the area of handling lot and
    serialized goods. It also has a much stronger
    User Interface and workflow than the Navision
    Warehouse Management solution.
  • Sage MAS 500 WA module provides many more
    processing capabilities than either the
    out-of-box solution or third party solution for
    Navision. The Navision ADCS solution offers only
    pick, put-away, cycle count, and bin movement.
    The third party ADC solution only adds in
    receiving and shipping plus a pick-pack-ship one
    step solution.
  • Axapta and Solomon do not have third-party
    solutions that are not as well established as
    Great Plains or Navision

27
What the Competition Is Offering
  • SAP (Business One)
  • Their solution is simply a Radio Beacon interface
  • Exact Software (Macola)
  • Strictly Third Party
  • Niche Players
  • Typically will provide equal or deeper ADC
    fucntioanlity, but do not have the Business
    Intelligence or end-to-end solution that Sage MAS
    500 has
  • Activant (Prophet21)
  • Infor (NxTrend)

28
Optional Plug-ins Available from Scanco
  • Available for MAS 500 Version 7.0
  • Manufacturing Material Issues
  • Manufacturing Production Entry

Paul F. Heim, Jr Scanco 877-722-6261 pheim_at_scanco.
com http//www.scanco.com
29
Software Pricing
  • Warehouse Automation Module - 12,000
  • Includes RF server software (Listener and
    Console), setup programs for handhelds, and
    unlimited printing of predefined barcode labels
  • Handheld License - 1,000 per handheld user
  • Bar-Code LabelXpert Designer - 3,000
  • Allows single user to design custom labels
  • Can be purchased without WA or WM module
  • Ideal for printing compliance barcode labels

30
History of Handhelds
  • First there was Windows CE, then Pocket PC, then
    Pocket PC 2000 and now Windows Mobile 2003 and
    CE.net
  • Mobile 2003 - a consumer version that ships
    with Pocket Word, Excel, etc.
  • CE.net - a commercial version that only ships
    with the OS and some basic utilities
    (recommended)
  • Recommend rugged handhelds that can withstand
    multiple 5 foot drops to concrete
  • Units can support barcode and RFID scanners,
    integrated printers, WIFI LAN, Bluetooth, and WAN
    radios

31
Hardware and Services Pricing
  • Handheld Recommendations
  • Intermec CN2 - Small yet rugged and reliable
    mobile data collection terminal. SLP 1,595
  • Intermec 751 Designed for harsh environments
    and can withstand multiple 5 feet drops to
    concrete. Sealed against rain and dust. SLP
    2,520
  • Intermec CK61 Designed for fast input and
    retrieval with a large easy-to-use keypad. SLP
    2,895

32
Hardware and Services Pricing
  • Access Point Recommendation
  • Cisco 1230 AG Delivers high capacity, security,
    and enterprise-class features required in more
    challenging RF environments
  • Access point configuration determined by site
    survey
  • Begins at 899

33
Hardware and Services
  • Site Survey
  • Strongly recommended for warehouses greater than
    30,000 square feet
  • Determines exact requirements for access points,
    antennas, cables, etc.
  • Delivers a list of all required components and
    exact placement of the access points and antennas
    in the warehouse 
  • Guarantees 100 coverage in the warehouse
  • Offered by Scanco  
  • Estimated cost 1800

34
Hardware and Services
  • Installation
  • Ideally includes site survey, installation,
    configuration and post installation evaluation
  • Performed by certified Warehouse Automation (WA)
    Partners, Scanco or Sage MAS 500 Professional
    Services Group (PSG)
  • Scanco site survey required to guarantee 100
    coverage

35
Sales Workflow
  • Software
  • Contact your Regional Sales Manager to schedule a
    demonstration
  • WebEx demonstrations provided for qualified
    opportunities
  • Software purchased from Sage
  • Hardware
  • Recommended hardware purchased from Scanco or
    other vendor
  • Hardware installation performed by Certified WA
    Partner, Scanco or Sage MAS PSG
  • Engage Scanco to perform site survey to guarantee
    coverage

36
Partner Training
  • Implementing and Supporting Sage MAS 500
    Warehouse Automation 2 days 690
  • Hands on course for planning, installing, and
    supporting MAS 500 Warehouse Automation
  • Planned delivery for first week in April
  • SIGN UP NOW!Attendance limited
  • Partners in attendance can purchase a demo kit at
    a reduced price
  • Prerequisite Working knowledge of Microsoft
    technology, security, server implementation,
    client/server technology, and MAS 500
    distribution modules SQL knowledge recommended
    but not required
  • Must pass assessment test for partner
    certification

37
Need More Information?
  • Warehouse Automation Pre-Release Guide currently
    being updated and reposted to the PFC
  • Hardware specification sheets and module brochure
    available soon
  • Webex recording and PowerPoint available on the
    PFC later next week
  • Warehouse Automation BarCode LabelXpert
    Designer presentation also available on the PFC

38
Questions?
Scott Pugmire Sr. Product Marketing
Manager (800) 854-3415 x2206 Scott.Pugmire_at_sage.co
m http//www.sage.com
Susan Frederick Sr. Manager, Solution Consultants
(800) 854-3415 x3892 Susan.Frederick_at_sage.com http
//www.sage.com
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Title: Sage MAS 500 Warehouse Automation


1
Sage MAS 500 Warehouse Automation
Utilizing Warehouse Automation as a Selling Tool
Scott Pugmire Sr. Vertical Industry Manager
Susan Frederick Sr. Manager, Solution Consultants
2
Agenda
  • Terminology
  • RF-Barcode versus RFID
  • The Value Proposition of ADC
  • The Total Warehouse Automation Solution for Sage
    MAS 500

3
Lets Define the Terms
4
Terminology Definitions
  • ADC (Automated Data Collection)
  • An efficient and effective method of capturing
    data at the source
  • Includes transmission of data to required
    information processing system
  • Encompasses
  • Data collection technology
  • Data gathering devices or input terminals
  • Data transmission for moving information in and
    out of the information processing system

5
Terminology Definitions
  • RF (Radio Frequency)
  • An automated means of collecting encoded data
    encoded
  • Records events such as receiving, shipping, and
    picking
  • Requires human intervention and line-of-sight
  • Commonly used in wholesale distribution,
    manufacturing, and retail communities
  • RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)
  • Requires almost no human intervention
  • Line-of-sight not required due to technology
    design
  • Item, package, or pallet label contains an
    integrated chip

6
RF-Barcode vs. RFID
  • Which is right for my customers?

7
RF - Barcode
  • Pros
  • Proven standard with no additional infrastructure
    costs
  • Barcode labels already available at an item level
    (RFID tags only plausible at case and pallet
    level)
  • Familiarity with RF barcode technology
  • RFID will never completely replace RF barcode
    technology
  • Solid investment
  • Cons
  • Human errors can rarely occur
  • Major players will eventually require suppliers
    to comply pushing RF barcode technology towards
    maturity

8
RFID
  • Pros
  • Unsupervised identification (no human
    intervention)
  • No line of sight required
  • Unique identification
  • Associate static and lifecycle information to
    unique object
  • Location and environmental conditions
  • Cons
  • Tag reads are still a problem
  • Tag placement still affects readability
  • High cost of tags

9
RFID
  • Tags contain a unique identification number (or
    more information) that can be read via wireless
    reader
  • Tags are active, passive or semi-passive
  • Tags support various frequencies
  • Smart labels combine barcode and RFID label
  • Future tags will be environmental sensors

10
RFID Application Configurations
Reader Locations
Tag Placement
Cases
Items
Dock Door
Conveyor
Pallets, Totes, etc.
Forklift
Yard
11
What is Auto-ID Center, EPCglobal?
  • Auto-ID Center
  • Founded in 1999 (6 universities and 87 companies)
  • Goal a 5 tag
  • A unique product identity described by a 96-bit
    electronic product code (EPC)
  • Electronic Product Code (EPC), Object Naming
    Service (ONS), Physical Markup Language (PML)
  • EPCglobal
  • Certification organization developing standards
    to enable tags/readers to interoperate among RFID
    equipment manufacturers

12
RFID Network High Level Architecture
Business Application
Sage MAS 500
  • Visibility and Analytics
  • Push down rules and alerts
  • Apply business logic to real-time data
  • Make business decisions
  • RFID services and platform
  • Add context and turn raw events into business
    process relevant information
  • Interpret events at the edge through filters,
    rules alerts
  • Discover, configure and manage devices
  • Hardware abstraction layer

Distributed RFID site servers running RFID
services platform
  • Device Layer
  • RFID fixed and mobile readers
  • Barcode Scanners
  • PLCs, etc
  • Physical Layer
  • RFID tags, barcodes
  • Biometrics
  • Environmentalsensors, etc.

13
RFID Conclusions and Key Takeaways
  • It is still early days for RFID, but ...
  • RFID is a matter of when, not if ...
  • Mandates will hit sooner or later, but expect
    delays ...
  • Make good use of the remaining time by
    implementing Warehouse Automation now

14
The Value Proposition of ADC
  • ADC will help you close more deals with
    technology that your customers can take advantage
    of today!

15
ROI in ADC Implementations
  • Increased inventory accuracy
  • Significantly reduce data entry errors
  • Increased ability to grow and expand operations
  • Gain new customers with greater demands such as
    serial or lot traceability
  • Increase warehouse workflow or add space while
    controlling growth
  • Virtually paper-free data collection process
  • Real-time data validation
  • Avoid performing steps out of sequence

16
ROI in ADC Implementations
  • Improved tracking of work in process (WIP)
  • Capture staff productivity using ADC equipment
  • Monitor processes such as receiving, returns,
    etc.
  • Deliver real-time warnings and messages to
    warehouse staff
  • Improved management visibility
  • Improve decision making
  • Respond to exceptions
  • Monitor new processes being implemented

17
Identify Customer Pain Points
  • High volume shipping and/or receiving
  • Inaccurate inventory counts
  • Lengthy physical count process
  • Missed sales opportunities
  • Increased customer satisfaction issues
  • Inefficient distance between receiving dock and
    computer workstations
  • Re-labeling of parts upon receipt

18
What to Look for in Receiving
  • Do you receive vendor shipments with items from
    multiple purchase orders?
  • Do you receive partial delivery of items?
  • Do you have receipts that require immediate
    shipment for customer backorders?
  • Do you need to organization items for optimal put
    away in a limited space?
  • Do you frequently have vendor mis-shipments and
    shortages?

19
What to Look for in Picking
  • How many steps are involved in the picking
    process?
  • How do you determine the optimal pick path?
    Could you improve the picking process by grouping
    like items from multiple orders into a single
    pick process?
  • How fast can orders be picked? How accurate are
    the orders?
  • How many hands actually touch a product as it
    goes through the pick process?
  • Are checks and balances efficient?
  • Can you accurately measure the effectiveness of
    your pickers?
  • Could you handle an increase in orders with your
    current staff?
  • How do you handle back stock?

20
What to Look for in Put-Away
  • How many items are inaccurately put away?
  • Do you know the optimal put away location for an
    item?
  • Do you need to track quantity by put away
    location?

21
What to Look for in Physical Inventory
  • How comfortable are you with your inventory
    accuracy?
  • How often do you think you have an item in stock
    only to find youre out of stock at picking time?
  • How often must you perform a physical count?
  • Does the physical count process require that you
    shut down the entire distribution center?
  • Are you comfortable with the accuracy of
    inventory adjustments made after the physical
    count?

22
They have painNow what?
  • Ask more questions to find the right solution
  • Can the customer benefit from barcode
    capabilities in PO and IM?
  • Do they want to streamline the physical count
    process?
  • Do they need to barcode all warehouse operations
    or just the shipping process?
  • Is speed in picking critical?
  • Is there a budget for handheld devices?

23
The Total Warehouse Automation Solution for Sage
MAS 500
24
Warehouse Automation Module Overview
  • Server Components
  • Listener for radio frequency communication
  • DLLs handle validation and execution of MAS 500
    stored procedures
  • Launches barcode network printing of standard,
    pre-defined barcode labels (printing by
    unlimited users)
  • Setup programs for the handheld devices
  • Handheld Components
  • UI software written in VB.net
  • Any handheld hardware that runs Windows Mobile
    2003, 2005 or CE.net

25
Tasks Performed Using Handheld
  • Picking (Directed, Wave, Order)
  • Packing
  • Commit Shipments
  • Manufacturing Material Issues Production Entry
  • (from Sage with 8.0 release)
  • Manufacturing Completions
  • (from Sage with 8.0 release)
  • Receive Goods
  • Warehouse Transfers
  • Bin Transfers
  • Cycle Counts
  • Physical Counts
  • Sales Returns

26
What the Competition Is Offering
  • Microsoft Dynamics
  • Great Plains No embedded warehouse management
    or ADC functionality. Its all provided by third
    parties and offers less functionality than Sage
    MAS 500s Warehouse Automation Solution.
  • Navision Has embedded warehouse management and
    ADC functionality, but both are weaker than the
    Sage MAS 500s Solution.
  • Sage MAS 500 WM module provides much more
    capability than Navisions Warehouse management,
    particularly in the area of handling lot and
    serialized goods. It also has a much stronger
    User Interface and workflow than the Navision
    Warehouse Management solution.
  • Sage MAS 500 WA module provides many more
    processing capabilities than either the
    out-of-box solution or third party solution for
    Navision. The Navision ADCS solution offers only
    pick, put-away, cycle count, and bin movement.
    The third party ADC solution only adds in
    receiving and shipping plus a pick-pack-ship one
    step solution.
  • Axapta and Solomon do not have third-party
    solutions that are not as well established as
    Great Plains or Navision

27
What the Competition Is Offering
  • SAP (Business One)
  • Their solution is simply a Radio Beacon interface
  • Exact Software (Macola)
  • Strictly Third Party
  • Niche Players
  • Typically will provide equal or deeper ADC
    fucntioanlity, but do not have the Business
    Intelligence or end-to-end solution that Sage MAS
    500 has
  • Activant (Prophet21)
  • Infor (NxTrend)

28
Optional Plug-ins Available from Scanco
  • Available for MAS 500 Version 7.0
  • Manufacturing Material Issues
  • Manufacturing Production Entry

Paul F. Heim, Jr Scanco 877-722-6261 pheim_at_scanco.
com http//www.scanco.com
29
Software Pricing
  • Warehouse Automation Module - 12,000
  • Includes RF server software (Listener and
    Console), setup programs for handhelds, and
    unlimited printing of predefined barcode labels
  • Handheld License - 1,000 per handheld user
  • Bar-Code LabelXpert Designer - 3,000
  • Allows single user to design custom labels
  • Can be purchased without WA or WM module
  • Ideal for printing compliance barcode labels

30
History of Handhelds
  • First there was Windows CE, then Pocket PC, then
    Pocket PC 2000 and now Windows Mobile 2003 and
    CE.net
  • Mobile 2003 - a consumer version that ships
    with Pocket Word, Excel, etc.
  • CE.net - a commercial version that only ships
    with the OS and some basic utilities
    (recommended)
  • Recommend rugged handhelds that can withstand
    multiple 5 foot drops to concrete
  • Units can support barcode and RFID scanners,
    integrated printers, WIFI LAN, Bluetooth, and WAN
    radios

31
Hardware and Services Pricing
  • Handheld Recommendations
  • Intermec CN2 - Small yet rugged and reliable
    mobile data collection terminal. SLP 1,595
  • Intermec 751 Designed for harsh environments
    and can withstand multiple 5 feet drops to
    concrete. Sealed against rain and dust. SLP
    2,520
  • Intermec CK61 Designed for fast input and
    retrieval with a large easy-to-use keypad. SLP
    2,895

32
Hardware and Services Pricing
  • Access Point Recommendation
  • Cisco 1230 AG Delivers high capacity, security,
    and enterprise-class features required in more
    challenging RF environments
  • Access point configuration determined by site
    survey
  • Begins at 899

33
Hardware and Services
  • Site Survey
  • Strongly recommended for warehouses greater than
    30,000 square feet
  • Determines exact requirements for access points,
    antennas, cables, etc.
  • Delivers a list of all required components and
    exact placement of the access points and antennas
    in the warehouse 
  • Guarantees 100 coverage in the warehouse
  • Offered by Scanco  
  • Estimated cost 1800

34
Hardware and Services
  • Installation
  • Ideally includes site survey, installation,
    configuration and post installation evaluation
  • Performed by certified Warehouse Automation (WA)
    Partners, Scanco or Sage MAS 500 Professional
    Services Group (PSG)
  • Scanco site survey required to guarantee 100
    coverage

35
Sales Workflow
  • Software
  • Contact your Regional Sales Manager to schedule a
    demonstration
  • WebEx demonstrations provided for qualified
    opportunities
  • Software purchased from Sage
  • Hardware
  • Recommended hardware purchased from Scanco or
    other vendor
  • Hardware installation performed by Certified WA
    Partner, Scanco or Sage MAS PSG
  • Engage Scanco to perform site survey to guarantee
    coverage

36
Partner Training
  • Implementing and Supporting Sage MAS 500
    Warehouse Automation 2 days 690
  • Hands on course for planning, installing, and
    supporting MAS 500 Warehouse Automation
  • Planned delivery for first week in April
  • SIGN UP NOW!Attendance limited
  • Partners in attendance can purchase a demo kit at
    a reduced price
  • Prerequisite Working knowledge of Microsoft
    technology, security, server implementation,
    client/server technology, and MAS 500
    distribution modules SQL knowledge recommended
    but not required
  • Must pass assessment test for partner
    certification

37
Need More Information?
  • Warehouse Automation Pre-Release Guide currently
    being updated and reposted to the PFC
  • Hardware specification sheets and module brochure
    available soon
  • Webex recording and PowerPoint available on the
    PFC later next week
  • Warehouse Automation BarCode LabelXpert
    Designer presentation also available on the PFC

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