Thanks, Lewis. Don, Lanham offers a number of solutions depending upon how formal you want to get about controlling inventory and the practices your company is comfortable with. We offer informal "four wall" inventory tracking with E-Ship and E-Receive that make it easy to bar code and capture dimensional weight on items as they are received, and track what is shipped through our packline scanning. All of our solutions are built inside Business Central which reduces the learning curve, and erases the possiblity of interface issues. If you are checking out our website, www.lanhamassoc.com, also look at Outbound Warehouse Request (OWR) that works in this less formal scenario to assist your warehouse in prioritizing picking and shipments. Be sure to notice traditional applications for NAV, and extensions for NAV and BC.Our next step up toward a formal WMS, but still keeping things less formal is our addition of doing more work for realtime inventory handling on handheld devices in ACE Warehousing. We can work in conjunction with Business Central warehousing, or without it (new!), depending upon your approach. OWR has even more sophisticated capabilities, and you can do receiving on handhelds if needed.ACE Warehousing, working in conjunction with Business Central Warehousing can take you up to very sophisticated WMS functionality, including lot and serial number tracking and license plating, and more.We would be glad to arrange for a discussion and demo if it makes sense. Please just reach out to Kate Pinyan, firstname.lastname@example.org or myself, email@example.com. We'd be glad to show you your Lanham options which are available from On-Premises, to Subscription to Microsoft Cloud, NAV through Business Central.Not sure if the $100K comment earlier was aimed toward us, but if so, it's not accurate! We'd be honored to help you with more information!
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