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Appolis and WilloWare Launch GP Manufacturing Partnership Enabling Paperless Automation from any Wireless Device

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Appolis WithoutWire Warehouse (WMS) and WilloWare MO Generator combine to help GP Manufacturing Clients realize their fullest potential in wireless automation!

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN, August 18, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Appolis Inc., a Minneapolis based company and leader in Warehouse Management Solutions (WMS) and WilloWare Inc, a Chicago based company offering industry leading GP solutions, announced today the launch of its WithoutWire Warehouse WMS Dynamics GP Manufacturing solution enabling full automation of GP Manufacturing at a fraction of competitive prices. Those attending Microsoft GPUG this fall will witness the power of GP manufacturing for the production operator in the palm of their hand. Appolis in partnership with WilloWare is pleased to bring affordability to GP Manufacturing Clients that previously thought wireless automation of GP Manufacturing was too expensive. This innovative breakthrough means real-time visibility and traceability throughout their supply chain while driving their Material Requirements Planning (MRP).

Travis Smith, CTO/Founder at Appolis stated, "Clients have expressed their challenges to paper based tracking with multiple data entry steps of complex item/lot or serial tracking requirements. Our purpose is to automate all inventory transactions wirelessly, in real-time. By driving your Materials Requirement Planning (MRP) through our unique Appolis - WilloWare solution you can now realize GP Manufacturing's fullest potential!"

Brenner Klenzman, CEO of WilloWare stated, "MO Generator is a product that fits perfectly with WithoutWire to process parent and child MO Receipts or batched MO Receipts automatically. The thing that excites me most, beyond eliminating the duplicate data entry of complex item/lot information, is the paperless automation power of the wireless device in the palm of your production team's hand."

Affordable pricing of this Manufacturing module eliminates the heavy capital investments of traditional manufacturing automation deployments. The use of smartphones and tablets can further reduce the upfront commitment by as much as a 2/3rds in hardware costs associated with your WMS Manufacturing implementation. Experience the world's best user interface that iOS and Windows Embedded products have to offer for your GP Manufacturing experience.

The Appolis/WilloWare GP Manufacturing Solution Workflow in summary:
1. Create your Manufacturing Order (MO) in Dynamics GP
2. Release MO to our WithoutWire Warehouse WMS system
3. WithoutWire verifies that you have enough Raw Materials (RM) or initiates a Pick
4. From the Wireless device in the palm of your hand: Create Finished Goods (FG) via License Plate (LP) activation, Create a 'material issue transaction' or back-flush RM's against the MO
5. Write parent/child MO Receipts real-time back to GP via WilloWare
6. Replenish RM's JIT to Manufacturing
7. Create more FG's, back-flush RM's and Put-away to picking or overstock locations
8. Create Scrap at the end of the process
9. Time/Date stamp of transactions, by user, accounts for the Labor
10. Close out MO or leave it open until all production is accounted for
11. Drive your Material Requirements Planning (MRP)
12. Achieve Full Traceability for Recall and Brand protection!

Appolis WithoutWire and WilloWare MO Generator provide the ability to measure discrete or process manufacturing production in a timely and efficient manner. With Scrap and Labor tracking capability, a measurement of daily yield can be closely monitored.

Call now (612-343-0404 x109 ) for a product demonstration to see new-to-this-world GP Fabrikam, Appolis WithoutWire and WilloWare MO Generator demonstration, or come visit us at our Appolis Gold Sponsored GPUG Summit Booth #1406 in St Louis Oct 14th - 17th where you will witness live presentations by Brenner Klenzman and Travis Smith. The world will be watching!

About WilloWare
WilloWare Inc. is a firm dedicated to helping businesses achieve a positive Return On Investment using Microsoft Dynamics GP. This is done by providing unique products that help users be more efficient, and by partnering with you to create client specific enhancements that streamline business activities.

WilloWare has hands-on experience implementing Dynamics GP in a wide range of industries, with a particular focus and expertise in complex, manufacturing environments. This hands-on experience provides the ability to be a resource to you in both custom solutions and product modules. WilloWare understands more than just the development toolkit, and knows how users work in Dynamics GP and business. There are thousands of small decisions that are made when writing software that cannot be captured in a design specification, but are done correctly when the developer is experienced with both the toolset and the ERP application.

The WilloWare Inc. software design philosophy is clear: Make It Simple & Make It Work.
http://willoware.com/
http://willoware.com/products/mo-generator/
http://www.erpsoftwareblog.com/members/isv-directory/willoware/

About Appolis
Appolis WithoutWire Warehouse Management Solution (WMS) provides efficient inventory and process optimization for distribution and manufacturing organizations looking for more robust lot tracked traceability of inventory. WithoutWire provides control to the movement and storage of materials received into, moved within, and shipped out of your warehouse, remote inventory, field service or route delivery locations. WithoutWire Warehouse tracks the process associated with transactions, and provides real-time web-based visibility of your inventory. WithoutWire will increase productivity and customer satisfaction, while reducing costs and order fulfillment times to allow optimal decision making.

http://www.appolis.com
http://gpugsummit.com/ Booth #1406
http://www.erpsoftwareblog.com/members/isv-directory/appolis-inc/
http://distributionsoftwareblog.com/author/appolis/
Call today 612-343-0404 x109

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