Wireless bar-code system solves inventory inefficiency

02/14/2008 | DC Velocity magazine

Baldwin Richardson Foods had a state-of-the-art enterprise resource-planning system to provide inventory control but was confounded by the human element -- inventory changes were entered manually and not in a consistently timely way. The result was extreme inefficiency, with managers oversupplying products. They were unsure if they had all the ingredients they needed to keep production running. The solution was a wireless bar-coding system that tracks the inventory continually.

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