Below is a representative example of organizations that are currently using ProRep in their U.S. warehouses and distribution centers.
Track individual, team, and group performance.
Measure labor and track volumes by product, process, or customer.
Supports multiple units of measures for activities (work elements).
Easily compare current operational results to historical data.
Maintains a database of key statistics by day for several years.
Multi-facility corporate-wide reporting.
Use engineered or historical standards.
Integrated quality tracking and reporting, covering audits, checks, and catches.
Imports data from other computer systems like pick-to-light, voice picking, RF-based warehouse management systems (WMS).
Imports data from time and attendance systems.
Supports manual and kiosk entry of production records.
Supports real-time entry at task completion using a touch screen, bar code, proximity reader, mouse or keyboard.
Print reports/graphs or view on screen.