Value-Added Services (VAS)
Software for businesses with customized order picking and dispatch operations: ensures agile, efficient, and error-free personalization processesAsk Our Experts
Automating product personalization
The Value-Added Services (VAS) module facilitates product personalization to drive customer satisfaction. The software sends operators step-by-step instructions on how to customize items and eliminate errors resulting from manual management.
Value-added services are performed on a product to enhance its value, improve its functionality, or increase its usefulness. With VAS, companies can automate their customers’ personalization requests to ensure on-time deliveries.
VALUE-ADDED SERVICES (VAS) BENEFITS
Software for businesses with customized order picking and dispatch operations
Cost-effective order picking and dispatch
The increasing demand for order customization in the warehouse has forced companies to incorporate value-added workstations to offer agile, error-free service during the order picking and dispatch stages.
Industries such as e-commerce and automotive require systematized product customization. This guides operators step-by-step as they carry out value-added work orders, avoiding errors. Examples of VAS tasks include garment hanging, printing/screen printing on fabrics, labeling, and customized packaging, among others.
Easy WMS’s Value-Added Services module ensures agile, efficient, and error-free personalization processes
How does VAS from Interlake Mecalux work?
It guides operators as they complete tasks for value-added work orders. The operator receives detailed instructions on each task to be carried out. After performing the action, the worker indicates to Easy WMS that the process is finished, and the product moves to the next warehouse operation or VAS station.
In addition to streamlining customization during order picking, this functionality allows you to personalize other warehouse processes: goods receipt, assembly, packaging, and labeling.
Value-added services can be done at VAS stations or during the performance of different processes or tasks. In the case of the latter, these services are simple activities that do not require special space or equipment.