BOPIS Playbook: Setting Up a Better Way to Process BOPIS and Curbside In-House
Order picking accounts for 55% of the annual $60 billion spent on warehouse operations in the United States. Reducing human-induced errors in the order fulfillment process can save warehouses and distributors significant costs.
We investigated a radio-frequency identification (RFID)-based verification method where wearable RFID scanners, worn on the wrists, scan passive RFID tags mounted on an item’s bin as the item is picked. This method is used in conjunction with a head-up display (HUD) to guide the user to the correct item.
In this white paper, we compare this RFID verification method to pick-to-light with button verification, pick-to-paper with barcode verification, and pick-to-paper with no verification.
Ready to definitively find out which is better?