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Logistics Glossary Logistics Information System

Registration dateMAR 23, 2022

Cello Square Logistics Information System
  1. 1) Definition of Logistics Informations System1) Definition of Logistics Informations System
    Logistics Informations SystemLogistics Informations System
      • This refers to an information processing system created to systematize or computerize the logistics process to efficiently manage the overall logistics process such as transportation, storage, and packaging.
      • It aims to reduce logistics costs and improve the quality of logistics service by providing logistical information that supports efficient logistics processes rationally and systematically.
  2. Configuration of LISConfiguration of LIS
      1. · OMS (Order Management System)
    Logistics Informations System Logistics Informations System
      • Order management system manages and integrates consumer orders, such as order history, payment confirmation, order cancellation, and returns, which are the first stages of logistics.
      • Based on the data recorded in the OMS, the seller can easily check the inventory of the product and the expected arrival date. This is a system suitable for those who operate multiple channels.
      • If it is necessary to operate multiple channels and perform various categories of tasks, it is very advantageous. Also, there is an advantage of reducing labor costs and overall management of operation-related tasks.
      • Effects

        ① Predictable inventory management and easiness of inventory identification

        ② Reduction of work time and increase in efficiency

        ③ Identification of consumer consumption patterns and confirmation of high-demand products

        ④ Utilization of customer’s main data

      1. · WMS (Warehouse Management System)
    Warehouse Management System Warehouse Management System
      • This refers to an integrated warehouse management system that manages all activities that occur while managing logistics and materials/inventory within a delivery center or material/inventory warehouse.
      • This integrated management of receiving, stockpiling, stocking, picking, and issuing supports the pragmatic use of management resources and the improvement of customer service by improving the logistics management and operational capability of the client company.
      • Effects

        ① Establishment of suitable personnel plan

        ② Efficient management of warehouse space

        ③ Improvement of labor productivity

        ④ Real-time information of materials

      1. · TMS (Transportation Management System)
    Transportation Management System Transportation Management System
      • This is a transportation/delivery management system, which refers to a system that allocates transportation means in the process of delivering products to clients, plans and manages the transportation schedule, and ultimately manages overall performance/indices.
      • This establishes and implements transportation plans to support the optimization of logistics processes.
      • Effects

        ① Analysis of transportation cost reduction opportunities

        ② Improvement of logistics loading rate

        ③ Optimization of the logistics process

        ④ Reduction of carbon emission

      1. · SCM (Supply Chain Management)
    Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Management
      • Supply chain management, SCM is a management strategy system that manages the entire logistics process as one integrated network for product production to final consumers.
      • This is a management strategy that is attracting attention not only for simple logistics management but also for high efficiency for customer satisfaction.
      • Effects

        ① Establishment of a systematic logistics system

        ② Maximization of customer satisfaction

        ③ Reinforcement of corporate competitiveness

        ④ Reduction of logistics cost