New CIM interface makes inventory management easier

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New CIM interface makes inventory management easier



Source: CIM press release

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The new user interface for the warehouse management software Prolag World from CIM scores not only with its well-thought-out functions.

CIM is a leading supplier of intralogistics systems. The company is now upgrading its Prolag warehouse management software with a new user interface that boasts an intuitive design. More on this here…

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The design of a user interface has blossomed into one of the most important branches of IT in recent years, as CIM explains in advance. The reason for this is, among other things, that software systems are no longer a rarity, but exist in large numbers and with great competition. As a result, users of the same usually have alternatives available that offer similar features. However, if a system frustrates its users due to a lack of software ergonomics and an outdated design, this can certainly lead to a change, according to CIM’s experience.

A look at a CIM white paper showing various display diagrams within the framework of the CIM warehouse management software Prolag World.  For this software, there is now a user-optimized innovation in the form of a user interface.
A look at a CIM white paper showing various display diagrams within the framework of the CIM warehouse management software Prolag World. For this software, there is now a user-optimized innovation in the form of a user interface.

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Safely control even very complex warehouse processes

In the WMS field, however, the user interface was for a long time considered unimportant to the success of the software itself. This is also because the required inventory management functions leave no room for design and artistic presentation. And the warehouse management software (WMS) is certainly one of the most complex products available on the software market. Because the larger the warehouse, the higher the daily stock movements and the more extensive the automation must be. The article master then also becomes much more diverse, which the software must also be able to map.

Even the average logistics software therefore has over three million different parameters to take into account, as CIM emphasizes. In terms of its composition, it is more complex than an aircraft separated into its individual parts. It is no trivial challenge to map this complexity, implement commands, instructions and logic and finally integrate them stably as inventory management. So, pouring the necessary features into a user interface that is appealing and functional at the same time is tantamount to a mammoth task. According to CIM, this is possible with the new user interface for the Prolag World warehouse management software.

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