Our Warehouse Execution System (WES) software makes the smart decisions that coordinate all of the daily movements of your goods, your people, and your equipment on one platform.
Traditional warehouse software devised an operations plan for each fulfillment task, but left execution of it up to warehouse managers. They were left pulling together disparate systems and resources and trying to ensure they all worked together in harmony. With inVia Logic the planning, execution, and ongoing optimization of your workflows are all included. The result is efficient storage and movement of your inventory through your warehouse, delivering higher fulfillment throughput and greater order accuracy.
It all starts with your system design where we build a simulation of your optimized warehouse through data analysis and mapping of the most efficient paths and workflows to move your goods. We use proprietary algorithms to determine the shortest and fastest routes for your people and our robots, resulting in faster cycle times and increased productivity. InVia Logic also includes our inVia Connect proprietary translation tool that simplifies mapping of data from your WMS to our WES. It ensures seamless integration, eliminating the need for system integrators.
Once the plan is set, we make sure all of your resources are fully utilized. This includes optimal allocation of your labor to perform all fulfillment tasks and coordination of your hardware and software to make seamless handoffs. We direct your workforce to execute all workflow tasks – that can be your people, our robots, or both. Your people are directed by our inVia PickMate user tool to pick from racks, pallets, or robots and then sort goods into orders. If your system includes robots, your inVia Pickers are directed to carry out all fulfillment tasks autonomously.
A member of our sales team will contact you
to conduct a completely remote analysis of your
current fulfillment process and facilities to help you
to reach your efficiency and accuracy goals
– all at a fraction of the cost of traditional automation.