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Wholesale QR Code Picking

It’s here – ShipHero’s WMS now offers an end-to-end wholesale solution that makes it easy to pick and pack wholesale orders, and print freight and courier labels. This is the solution you’ve been looking for especially if your wholesale orders consist of a smaller number of SKUs and high volumes. We’ve also enabled QR code picking for Wholesale similar to our Bulk Ship feature. You can allocate your wholesale inventory and once the shipping labels are printed, it will be deducted from your system so there’s no chance of overselling.

Take a look at this video with our Jacksonville Warehouse Manager, Logan as he walks you through how to use our new QR Code Wholesale Pick List. 

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Video Transcript
Hey Everyone! I'm Logan, and I'm in our Jacksonville warehouse. Today, I'm going to show you how to pick your wholesale orders using the ShipHero mobile app and the QR barcode. So first what you want to do is you want to scan into the ShipHero mobile app, you then want to hit the hamburger in the upper left corner of the screen. You then want to go down to the product tag, which is the product section. At the bottom of the list. You'll see where it says pick lists you want to select into there. You then want to scan the QR code that was generated on Scan in. So now that we scanned the QR code, our products are now brought up. It shows you on the top of the screen that there's one SKU that I need to pull in. There's 20. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to hit the locations. I see the location that I want to go to, which is going to be the top one has all the units that I need. So I'm going to go to the location. I am then going to scan a location and now I'm ready to start scanning my items. So what you want to do is you want to scan your product to confirm that is the correct one. All right. Now that I have all 20 scanned, what you want to do is you want to continue and now you want to scan where you’re putting it away. So herea at ShipHero, we want to use WO locations. Our WO location is basically just work order locations, but it's a license plate because you just want to constantly make sure that your product is associated with the location. We're removing it from the picking location. And so we want to scan it. So now that I've scanned the items into the work order location, it now wants me to double check and make sure that I grabbed the correct products, and so I'll scan the 20 again, make sure they're all correct. All items were confirmed. Pick list with the QR code is now finished. You can see the job well done. It shows the location I grabbed it from, it shows the location I moved them into. And it showed that I did the 20 correctly. Now that you're complete, you want to hit back to Dashboard and now this order is ready to go, be packed and be shipped out the door.
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