Access is to showcase their Access Delta, Warehouse Management Solution (WMS) and industry knowledge at this year’s second Logistics Link Live at NEC, Birmingham on Wednesday the 4th and Thursday 5th of June. Access welcome delegates to come along and join the team on stand 246 in hall 3 for a demonstration of Delta.
Access will also be promoting the benefits that an integrated WMS system could potentially have on supply chain organisations following a recent whitepaper: Space and Stock, highlighting both the importance and benefits of become more efficient and productive using integrated WMS. Whilst exhibiting, Access are offering consultative insights to warehousing and logistics businesses, guiding delegates to understand the importance of efficiency, through functionality and benefits.
Beyond the products, Access is also offering their service to help businesses uncover missed opportunities; profitability, capacity utilisation, scheduling and productivity, all whilst reducing administrative processes.
Ian Roper, SCS Divisional Director, for Access comments, "We work with businesses in the wholesale, transport and third party logistics sectors. Our integrated systems help organisations to lessen the administrative burden of managing complex supply chain operations, making them much more efficient and leaner in the process.
He adds, "Our user-friendly, integrated warehouse management software Access Delta meets the increasing challenges faced in warehouse inventory management, bringing with it efficiency gains of up to 25%, resulting in faster order to ship times. Being easy and quick to install, our graphical warehouse map allows real-time stock management and seamless communication, making for better customer relationships and communication."
The Access team will happily welcome any attendees with questions to come along to the stand to discuss further industry topics, solutions and the benefits that could be achieved with integrated management software. Access will also be open to any comments that delegates may have to help shape the future needs of organisations looking to get the most out of WMS.