Sage Geode v6.1 brings enhanced warehouse optimisation to distribution and logistics operations worldwide

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The Sage Group plc, the business management software provider, has announced a major new release of Sage ERP X3's warehouse management system (WMS) - Sage Geode. Sage ERP X3 is an ERP solution for the midmarket and this new release brings greater warehouse and logistics optimisation to all companies with distribution and logistics services requirements.

Sage Geode Version 6.1 provides the tools to process, streamline and optimise the management of the warehouse, enhancing the quality and reliability of logistics flows, providing transaction traceability, maximising warehouse floor space and improving productivity. As a module of Sage's global ERP solution, the warehouse management system can be deployed across multiple sites using Sage ERP X3.

As well as many other logistical features such as transparent transaction tracking both inside and outside the warehouse, people movement and space optimisation, key new enhancements of Sage Geode v6.1 include:

- Directive Radio Frequency (RF) and resource management: system tasks are directed to RF terminals based on the location of the user and the type of equipment being used. This provides resource management functionality to help improve productivity within the warehouse

- Material management: stock can now be managed in both consumer units and stock units. This improvement ensures accurate warehouse management of raw materials

- Integration: new connectors have been introduced for seamless integration between Sage Geode and Sage ERP X3

Sage Geode v6.1 is available from this month (July 2011) and follows the recent announcement of Sage ERP X3 Version 6.2 in May which delivered hundreds of module improvements.

Emmanuel Obadia, Senior  Vice President, Enterprise Products, Sage ERP X3, commented: "Along with the announcement of Sage ERP X3 v6.2, this further integration of Sage Geode into Sage ERP X3 and the solution enhancements it brings are part of our aim to build on our product quality. This will provide our customers with the best possible and most complete user experience and allow them to benefit from major business improvements through the effective implementation of our ERP system."

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