So much we can already reveal: It consists of two components:

  1. The inspection web app where checklists, notes or work instructions can be generated. These inspections can either be part of a specific process step or carried out as a separate task.
  2. The attributes that can be assigned to products, suppliers, customers, and shipments that trigger inspection processes

Example: All goods receipts for frozen foods products should trigger the "Frozen Foods inspection" task:

In the web app, a checklist "Frozen Foods Control" is created and assigned to the process "goods receipt".

The checklist contains the following items:

Temperature (data input)
Color deviation (yes / no)
Traces of frost (yes / no)
Comment (data entry)

Now, e.g. the attribute "Goods Receipt: Frozen Foods Control" will be added to the Product "Frozen Cod" and Pulpo WMS will automatically be updated whenever the product "Frozen Cod" arrives at the warehouse, the above mentioned. Call checklist.

The application of "Inspections & Triggers" are manifold. Thus, e.g. When shipping to non-EU countries, ensure that all necessary documents have been added to the package in the packing process, that delicate products are not stacked when they are put into storage, or that the temperature of stored products is routinely measured.

We are sure you have lots of ideas and you really enjoy this versatile module.

Here is a small preview for an English checklist of lamps that are returned by the customer:

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