The WMS is tightly integrated with DCS2 from TTECs with seamless two-way data transfers. Navigator works with DCS2 in all areas in the warehouse:


Navigator connects to DCS2 to download supplier lists and purchase orders in real time. Navigator verifies all inbound items and allows for efficient put-away to lot numbered pallets and bin locations. On completion of the receipt, Navigator generates receipt transactions, allowing for supplier invoice creation inside DCS2.


Navigator downloads pick slips from DCS2 and creates pick slips for processing by the warehouse. Pick slips can be processed in up to 13 different ways using either barcode scanning or voice direction. In all cases, we work with our clients to identify a process which enhances their operations. In all cases, Navigator updates the sales order quantities at the conclusion of each pick.

Picking methods used in the past include:


Navigator's stocktake module allows a full warehouse count to be undertaken. At the conclusion of the count, Navigator provides a report on discrepancies between DCS2's inventory and the stock count - by units and dollar variance. The system allows variances to be investigated, with a drill-down to see the time/date, user, location and quantity of each count. At the end of the stocktake, Navigator passes the count totals back to DCS2 in order for inventory adjustments to be performed.