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How to get Oracle WMS features without WMS license?

Jul 21, 2021 11:00 AM ET

oracle Advanced WMS

Are you an Oracle EBS inventory management customer that does not need expensive WMS and all the complex features and functionality? You may be running simple warehouse and inventory management operations. But, have you ever dreamed of the control, simplicity and flexibility of Oracle WMS features such as the Cycle Counting, Mobile to Mobile Label Printing, and Task Management, etc.?  Fortunately,   Propel Apps’ custom extensions for Oracle Inventory Management allow you to run your inventory management operations for Cycle Counts, Physical Counts and Label Printing like a WMS organization. You do not need to pay any extra license for either Oracle or Propel Apps. All these features are free of cost for our licensed users. 

In this webinar:

  • Understand Oracle Inventory Management limitations.
  • Learn how to schedule Cycle counts at Sub Inventory Level, Locator Level, ABC, Random counts, Item Category level.
  • Learn how to distribute tasks to user groups or particular users.
  • How to print labels from Mobile device to Mobile Printer without making a round trip to the Oracle EBS Server.

Speaker Information

Raj Peddisetty
Digital Transformation Advisor, Propel Apps

Raj is a digital transformation advisor to many leading organizations across the globe. He is a seasoned design thinking practitioner and a strategy consultant in the areas of Mobile, eCommerce, Marketing Automation, Block Chain, AI, RPA, and ML. He is a programmer and solutions architect. He led large scale digital transformation projects for clients such as Medtronic, Cintas, Benjamin Moore &Co, NetApp, Oracle, Dow Chemicals, and National Gypsum. As a founder of Propel Apps, he led the entire portfolio of Oracle apps from GTM strategy to product development.

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