Warehouse: A warehouse is a commercial building for keeping of items. It can also be defined as a physical place that includes locations or bin inside.
Organization: Organization is a unique tax code. It can be a customer, a vendor or a client.
Client: This is the owner of the inventory. This is not the customer that you send the products to. This is an organization that you keep its inventory.
Customer: The end customer that you ship products to.
Vendor: The organization that supplies the products to your warehouse.
Location: Location is any place that keep your inventory. It can be a bin, ramp, rack, or any bussiness unit such as packing area etc.
License Plating (LP): License Plating is a method for managing inventory by container. In Logiwa, different kind of containers are considered as LP, such as box, pallet or tote. For a container to be an LP, it should have a unique number and the label on it. This will give the flexibility to scan the LP label and move/pick/ship/receive the products within.
SKU: Stock Keeping Unit, item code or product code.
KIT Item/Bundle: A kit is a collection of items that are brought together into a parent item and sold under a parent name. In other words, KIT is a SKU that is used as one single item under its own part number.
Lot No: This is an idendification number that is assigned to a particular quantity or lot of material from a single manufacturer. In Logiwa, when you enable lot set up, this number is kept on inventory level.
Package Type: Logiwa supports pack type hierarchy, there must be at least 1 package type for the product. The first package type will be defined automatically by the system as the Consumer Unit of the item. As an example you can have ‘pieces’ as the first package type and ‘case’ as the 2nd one.
Barcode: Logiwa requires barcode scanning in mobile operations. You can define more than 1 barcode for an item. If you need to enter SKU in your operations, you should add SKU as a barcode. Barcodes do not have to have a specific format, you can define EAN, GTIN, UPC, etc...
UOM: Unit of measure is the smallest package type that you keep in your warehouse. It can be unit, piece etc.
Warehouse Job: Warehouse job is used to group orders. Thanks to warehouse job, you can complete operational tasks easily. For example, when you are using picking mobile screen, you can scan the warehouse job instead of scanning the orders one by one and the picking screen will suggest the tasks of orders that are connected to the relevant warehouse job. This helps you to do batch operations easily
Warehouse Task: It is created by the system for the outbound operations such as picking, packing etc.
Pick List: Pick list is a document that contains the details of the picking tasks such as items, quantity, location etc.
Pack List: Packing list is a document that contains the details of the shipping box such as items, quantity etc.
Allocation: Allocation is reserving of an order’s item against inventory. It is also the same with ‘Creating Picking Tasks’
Receipt Order: A receipt order is a document providing information about the details of an incoming order to the warehouse. It can also refer to an ASN.
Purchase Order: A purchase order is a commercial document issued by a buyer to a seller, indicating details such as quantities for items. In Logiwa, this is the same with receipt order and it is used as an notification to the warehouse for incoming products
Shipment Order: A shipment order is a sales order which is used to ship products from the warehouse. In Logiwa, outbound proceses start with this order.
LP Type: LP Type can be a tote, pallet, box or shipping box.
Instant Count: In Logiwa, you can count any location without any plan by using instant count screen.
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