Entropy, or the tendency all things have to fall into disorder is the natural state of most warehouses, but Zangerine’s WMS brings organization and automation. Here are a few of the features of the Zangerine warehouse management system:
Print aisle, row, and bin numbers and barcode labels
Receive using any mobile device or barcode scanner
Do cycle counts & update instantly
Pick using any mobile device or scanner
Zangerine is a WMS system Purpose-built for the warehouse management needs of wholesalers and distributors. We know it’s difficult being in the middle of manufacturers and retailers. The way to win is through automation and efficiency and Zangerine can bring that to your warehouses! It acts as a WMS system while also managing inventory, purchasing, sales quotes, eCommerce, order management, and more.
Zangerine’s WMS software is not built for huge distribution centers and our favorite victories are leveling up the small and midsized distributors that power up the U.S. economy. You can run your entire operations within Zangine with a minimum of integrations needed.
We’ve made Zangerine easy to use, without the need for IT specialists, or specialized hardware. You can scan barcodes and use digital pick lists right on any tablet or mobile device! Our specialty is helping distributors grow! Our first customer had their warehouse in a garage, and now they’ve leveled up to 700,000 SKUs and multiple warehouses!
Our clients LOVE that they can divide their inventory into multiple warehouses and easily integrate with 3PL WMS systems to expand their reach. Want to Dropship some new products direct from the manufacturer or Amazon FBA? No problem! Zangerine’s WMS system can take the inventory numbers of your suppliers and integrate it as “Virtual Inventory” you can show your sales reps, or on your Wholesale eCommerce website. No matter where your inventory is kept, Zangerine’s WMS software keeps it organized.
It’s Guaranteed! If you don’t implement successfully, we refund everything you paid! No other WMS Software will guarantee that. We do because we know that most implementations fail and we’ve designed a better way, one we are so confident of we guarantee it.