Feature Spotlight: Pick Tickets

This week we would like to highlight a feature that can improve your warehouse efficiency; Pick Tickets.

The Pick Ticket function within Palladium allows you to define Pick Routes within your warehouse to control Picked vs Unpicked Orders. In addition, we have the ability to Split Picking across Locations (Warehouses or Yards) and to collate them at time of Invoicing.

We also have the ability to create workflow steps for the Releasing, Assigning, and/or Printing of Pick Tickets. Palladium gives you the ability to view all un-issued Pick Tickets, Issued but not Picked, and Picked but not Invoiced tickets, using the drop-down filter. In addition, these statuses can be filtered by Location, Department and Delivery Method for ease of control.

Easily issue pick tickets by checking the sales orders that you would like to issue pick tickets for.


The Print Pick Ticket function provides a separate step to flag pick tickets as printed or unprinted alleviating the possibility of duplicate printing. 

Once the stock has been picked the Stock Pick function is used to tell Palladium which items were picked and in what quantities.

Coming Soon: Multi-bin Locations & Warehouse Management System

The Pick Ticket function has been enhanced in the Palladium Premium edition, with full mobile capabilities as well as the ability to move the picked items to a “picked-for-shipping” bin location. 

Palladium Premium integrates effortlessly with the Palladium mobile Warehouse Management System (WMS) application which is built to work with Zebra Android Scanners. WMS will give businesses better control over their warehouses and stock. Users will be able to manage GRVs, Pick Tickets, Stock Takes as well as Warehouse and Bin Transfers from Zebra mobile scanners, improving efficiency and accuracy.

If you need more information please contact us on sales@palladium.co.za or call +27 (0)11 568 2900. 

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