Warehouse Management Software features scalable modules.

Press Release Summary:

Based on Microsoft.net, Power Pick Global v3.1 provides optimized intra-logistics processes and modular, future-proof architecture. With advanced pick display, operator receives information on items to be picked via monitors, speeding picking process and preventing errors. In addition to storage and retrieval systems made by Kardex, software can also be integrated into storage systems of other manufacturers and used for management of manually operated warehouses.

Original Press Release:

Kardex Remstar Presents the Latest Version of Its Power Pick Global Warehouse Management Software

NEUBURG, Germany, -- Fully revised and state-of-the-art - this is how Kardex Remstar presents the latest release 3.1. of its Power Pick Global warehouse management software. The Microsoft.net-based software offers more than 45 different features in comparison with the previous software version, including other pick display and XML data exchange. Customers will profit from improved intra-logistics processes and a modular and future-proof software architecture.

In contrast to numerous other warehouse management systems, Power Pick Global is based on Microsoft.net. "This way we achieve a much higher performance with computers that are based on Microsoft systems - usually the standard in today's logistics centers - than other software products that are based on other technologies", so Sebastian Thiesen, Product Manager Software at Kardex Remstar, as he explains the advantages of their inhouse product. "The outcome is a much faster processing speed and faultless communication between the IT-systems."

Another highlight of Release 3.1 is the advanced pick display. Via monitors, the operator receives additional information on the items to be picked, e.g. a photo of the product or a graphical view of the bin position. "This inhouse solution by Kardex is now offered to our customers as a standard feature. It speeds up the picking process and prevents many mistakes and errors that usually occur during everyday operating routines. And on top of that, the principle is easy to understand, also for employees who speak other languages", summarizes Thiesen.

Power Pick Global stands out from other systems because of the high degree of scalability of its modules. The software is not only a perfect solution for the storage and retrieval systems made by Kardex Remstar, it can also be easily integrated into standard storage systems of other manufacturers and used for the management of manually operated warehouses. In addition, the software has interfaces to superior ERP- and host systems. All major picking/putting and communication technologies such as MDE, Pick-to-Light or RFID are already integrated.

More information about Power Pick Global or other Kardex Remstar products and topics
on: www.kardex-remstar.com

About Kardex Remstar

Kardex Remstar develops, manufactures and supplies dynamic storage and retrieval systems. The focus of the company's activities is on vertical lift modules and vertical carousel storage systems, order picking software and Life Cycle services for the storage of small to large-sized articles. In this field of activities, the company, with its technical knowhow and expertise, holds a worldwide leading position offering both standard solutions and special applications for a wide range of industrial markets.

Kardex Remstar is a part of the Kardex Group. The company employs more than 2.200 people and is represented in more than 30 countries. The Kardex Group includes also the divisions Kardex Stow with its static shelving systems, and Kardex Mlog with its integrated material flow systems and high-bay warehouse solutions. Kardex AG has been listed on the Zurich stock exchange since 1987. For further information, see also:

Company contact

Anette Kenntner - Kardex Deutschland GmbH

Megamat-Platz 1 - 86476 Neuburg

Phone: +49-8283-999-231 - Fax: +49-8283-999-4404

E-Mail: presse@kardex.de - Internet: www.kardex-remstar.com

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