Kardex Remstar's Kardex Drive Integrated with SAP Manages Automated Storage
WESTBROOK, ME: Kardex Remstar, a provider of automated storage and retrieval systems for manufacturing, distribution, warehousing, offices and institutions has come up with a software package comprising SAP so as to manage the retrieval and storage systems of the company.
Kardex Drive integrates with the SAP bin locations and enables relevant transactions by moving the storage units automatically whenever required. Just as SAP can independently manage the warehouse or the shipping area, Kardex Drive can now also manage an automated storage and retrieval system as just another location. When a facility is already using SAP as a WMS, expanding with Kardex Drive requires little to no additional software training for the end user.
Companies are increasingly seeing the advantage of consolidating organizational functionality under as few applications as possible. Kardex Drive empowers customers running SAP to introduce and integrate automated storage without deploying additional client software. With fewer points of failure and a smaller IT footprint, Drive is a key solution in Kardex Remstar’s software portfolio.
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