Warehouse Management System Software Developer Datex Introduces Survey Functionality

April 30, 2018 (Clearwater FL) Software developer Datex announced a feature developed to aid in information gathering.  As part of a continual effort to enhance the capabilities of its warehouse management software in improving operational accuracy, Datex introduced survey functionality.

The new survey functionality embedded in Datex FootPrint® WMS enables users to create a series of questions that can be prompted on the mobile device to gather information.  The use of surveys helps operation to ensure that quality checks are performed properly and according to established standards.  Surveys also make sure that all key data points are recording during each task as it is performed rather than afterward.  This increases the accuracy and timeliness of task performance.

Surveys are triggered by workflows embedded within the warehouse management software.  “Warehouse operations are often fast paced.  Using this new survey functionality helps to ensure that no steps are skipped, no data is missed” explained Andy Armanious, Vice President of Development for Datex.

About Datex

A Microsoft Gold Partner, Datex provides flexible, reliable supply chain technology solutions to help make businesses more profitable. In successful operation since 1978, Datex has helped companies operate more efficiently and productively.  Datex can provide state-of-the-art technology including award winning Microsoft-based warehouse management software, mobile devices and services such as EDI and mobile device management. Datex FootPrint® WMS relies on workflow to power accurate, efficient productive business processes.  Using a workflow-based warehouse management system enables companies to fast-track implementations, save costly professional fees and valuable time.   For more information, please contact Laura Olson, Director of Sales and Marketing at 727-400-3641.

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