RESEARCH ON BUILDING THE SUPPLY WAREHOUSING SYSTEM FOR MID-RANGE AND SMALL ENTERPRISES
Keywords:Digital transformation, materials and manufacturing enterprises, WMS, warehouse management system, system design analysis.
For business development in the industrial age and in line with the trend of digital transformation, the introduction of ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning), CRM (Customer Relationship Management), and HRM (Human Resources Management) systems has made partly solve the problem of applying information technology to change business models and support business development. But currently, building WMS (Warehouse Management System) on digital platforms is not suitable for some businesses. This research focuses on analyzing and designing a suitable system for enterprises trading in building materials when they need to manage raw material warehouses and production into products.
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