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1 e-Commerce presentation

2 Summary a-SIS presentation E-commerce’s features and stakes
Our added value in e-commerce Expertise Consultancy Modelling Our customer references

3 Summary a-SIS presentation E-commerce’s features and stakes
Our added value in e-commerce Expertise Consultancy Modelling Our customer references

4 a-SIS today Key figures International presence
220 employees 2011 turnover : 24 M€ 700 sites deployed in Europe, in North Africa, the Middle-East, Asia, and the United States users International presence A subsidiary of Savoye, a division of the Groupe Legris Industries FRANCE St Etienne, Lyon, Dijon, Tourcoing UK Nottingham USA Rochester USA Chicago NORTHERN EUROPE Mönchengladbach RUSSIA Moscow Integrator partners Morocco Tunisia Established in France Germany / the Benelux countries The United Kingdom Russia The United States

5 No. 3 in EMEA A worldwide presence…
According to the ARC Advisory Group study of the worldwide WMS market, a-SIS is positioned No.1 in France No. 3 in EMEA No. 7 in the World * Chiffre d’affaires - Turnover

6 Market shares in the EMEA zone
A worldwide presence… a-SIS is now positioned as having 3.5% of the worldwide market share 8.2% of the EMEA market share Market shares in the EMEA zone

7 a-SIS a subsidiary of SAVOYE
a division of GROUPE LEGRIS INDUSTRIES Savoye: a worldwide specialist in automated handling systems for distribution centres 2011 Key figures Automatic storage Supply Chain Software Order Picking systems Packing machines Turnover 100 M€ 600 Employees  6 production sites  9 implantations 1 million of pallets 15 years of experience 600 sites  25 years of experience 500 logistic systems  25 years of experience 1000 machines  45 years of experience

8 Our fields Operational logistic expertise
European leader in “split cases” picking solutions 25 years’ experience of giving operational responses and accompanying our customers Advice on tactical decisions and operational problems Detection of critical points and validation of functional processes Assisting the project manager and optimising the software package’s parameterisation Expertise declined in numerous fields… Perfumes & Cosmetics Office supplies Industrial supplies Healthcare Leisure and cultural products Clothing PGC / Agri - food E-business Miscellaneous 3PL Distribution

9 Our customers Office Supplies Industrial Supplies Spare Parts AGF AFPA
AHREND ALTER BURO ANTALIS BANTEX (GROUPE HAMELIN) BIC LOGISTIQUE CANSON (GROUPE HAMELIN) CARPENTRAS ET DONARIER CLAIREFONTAINE RHODIA CORNELSEN VERLAG CORPORATE EXPRESS (GPE BUHRMANN) DACTYL BURO DEXXON DOHE FABREGUE FIDUCIAL IMPRIMERIE GRESSET JM BRUNEAU JPG (GROUPE STAPLES) KALAMAZOO (GROUPE STAPLES) LA POSTE LIDER PAPEL MONDOFFICE (GROUPE STAPLES) NEAT IDEAS (GROUPE STAPLES) OFFICE DEPOT PAPETERIES HAMELIN PAPETERIES PICHON PRAGMATIC PUBLIPOLE DISTRIBUTION (GPE RENAULT) RAJA SACFOM BURO+ SERVITEUR SPICERS STAPLES UNIPAPEL Industrial Supplies ASCO JOUCOMATIC BERNER BROSSETTE BTI COMAP COOPERATIVE LORANS CORDIER (GROUPE LAPEYRE) DESCOURS & CABAUD FOUSSIER GENOYER LA PHOCEENNE GIRAUD PRODUCTION (GROUPE LAPEYRE) HENRY SAVY HILTI JEAN CHAPUIS JWB GROUPE LEGALLAIS LEGRIS MENUISERIES DU CENTRE (GROUPE NORD INOX OUEST PRODUCTION (GROUPE RACCORDS SERVICES REXEL ROY (GROUPE LAPEYRE) SBL (GROUPE LAPEYRE) WURTH Spare Parts AIR LIQUIDE WELDING BIHR CANON DACEM (GROUPE DARTY) DOYEN AUTO FAGOR BRANDT GEMY GROUPE BERNARD HEWLETT PACKARD HONEYWELL AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET IMAJE INGRAM MICRO MAUBEUGE CONSTRUCTION AUTOMOBILE RAPID SA SCH GROUPE SEB MOULINEX QUINTON HAZEL WHIRLPOOL VALEO DISTRIBUTION

10 Our customers Fashion, Textile FMCG Distribution Food e-Business
ADIDAS AIGLE ANDRÉ CHANTELLE COLUMBIA SPORTSWEAR DDP DECATHLON DELTA LINGERIE (DARJEELING, GROUPE CHANTELLE) DESSOUSCHERI.com DMC EURODIF FASHION LOGISTICS FASHIONSHOPPING.com GERARD DAREL JENNYFER KAMI PETIT BATEAU (GROUPE YVES ROCHER) PLAYTEX SPORTMASTER XANAKA FMCG GEORGIA PACIFIC PROCTER & GAMBLE UNILEVER FRANCE Distribution AUCHAN INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES ATAC BRICOMARCHE CARREFOUR CHRONODRIVE.fr CODIR DOREL FNAC FOIR'FOUILLE FRANCE PRINTEMPS GROUPE LAPEYRE KING JOUET MARTIN SELLIER TWC Food ALTADIS ANTARTIC BEURALIA CANDIA CEE CERES CRISTAL UNION DANONE EAUX France DAUNAT HAGEN JFA NESTLE WATERS France O.I. MANUFACTURING RAYNAL & ROQUELAURE RIGA SAINT-LOUIS SUCRE SPA MONOPOLE TOUPARGEL GROUPE UNIFROST e-Business AUCHANDIRECT.fr BERGERE DE FRANCE CAMIF CLUB DIAL DAXON e-BUYER.com HOURA JM BRUNEAU MUSIC BOX myPIX.COM STAPLES TELEMARKET.fr VENTE-PRIVEE.COM VERT BAUDET Tableware BIRAMBEAU CHOMETTE FAVOR

11 Logistics Services Providers
Our customers Books & Leisure ANAYA ATARI AVENIR TELECOM BABOLAT BIG BEN CASAL SPORT DE BOREE DECOPATCH EMI FUJIFILM FRANCE FRANCE TELECOM TERMINAUX GROUPE CESAR HALLMARK HANDLEMAN UK INFOGRAMES INNELEC MDS MUSIC BOX NT + PANASONIC SAKS SODIS SONY VILO Healthcare ALCYON ARKOPHARMA ASEPT IN MED BAYER SANTE BRISTOL MYERS SQUIBB CHU ANGERS CHI CLERMONT-FERRAND CHU DIJON CHU RENNES CHU TOURS CHU ORLEANS COLOPLAST COOPER HARTMAN JOHNSON & JOHNSON LABORATOIRE GILBERT LABORATOIRES URGO LABORATOIRE PONROY MERCK LIPHA NOVARTIS PHARMA PFIZER PIERRE FABRE PLIVA PRANAROM SANOFI AVENTIS THUASNE VIRBAC WYETH LEDERLE Perfumes & cosmetics BEAUTY SUCCESS BIOTHERM CLARINS ESTEE LAUDER KAO PROFESSIONAL SALOON SERVICES LALIQUE LANCASTER L'OREAL PRODUITS DE LUXE LVMH (PARFUMS CHRISTIAN DIOR, GIVENCHY PARFUMS, PARFUMS GUERLAIN) MARIONNAUD NOCIBE PLANET PARFUM ROCHAS (GROUPE WELLA) SANOFI BEAUTE THALGO COSMETIC YVES ST LAURENT PARFUMS Logistics Services Providers 1-DIS ALLOGA CEPL DHL DISFAT EUROPEAN DISTRIBUTION SERVICES EVRARD FM LOGISTIC ID LOGISTICS JCH ENTREPOT DIS LOGISTIC NETWORKS LOGIRIS MORY LOGIDIS PARFUM INTERNATIONAL LOGISTIC CENTER PHARMALOG PHARMALPA SCP SDPP TRANSPORT IDOUX TRANSPORT ROUSSEL

12 International Customers
RUSSIA THE NETHERLANDS GERMANY PORTUGAL CORNELSEN EDS GOLDWELL ESTEE LAUDER HONEYWELL AFTERMARKET OFFICE DEPOT PROCTER & GAMBLE REXEL SPICERS DOREL SPORTMASTER MOSCOW SAKS PRAGMATIC EXPRESS SPORTMASTER St PETERSBURG PANTHEON AUCHAN.RU SPORTMASTER EKATERINBURG OFFICE DEPOT STAPLES VALEO DISTRIBUTION CHINA SPAIN AUCHAN LVMH ANAYA ANTALIS DOHE LIDER PAPEL PROCTER & GAMBLE REXEL STAPLES VALEO DISTRIBUTION BELGIUM USA SAUDI ARABIA A&C COPHANA DOYEN AUTO JOHNSON & JOHNSON OFFICE DEPOT PARKER HANNIFIN PLANET PARFUM PRANAROM PROCTER & GAMBLE STAPLES SUMITOMO BABOLAT LVMH SAUDI KAYAN GREECE SWEDEN PLAISIO SPRIDER UK STAPLES NEAT IDEAS HALLMARK CARDS OFFICE DEPOT PROCTER & GAMBLE REXEL SPICERS STAPLES CROATIA POLAND PLIVA AUCHAN STAPLES DENMARK BANTEX NORWAY MOROCCO SERVITEUR TIMAR ITALY SWITZERLAND ESTEE LAUDER MARIONNAUD LUXEMBOURG HONG KONG ATARI AUCHAN DIRECT ESTEE LAUDER OFFICE DEPOT REXEL STAPLES SPICERS WHIRLPOOL AUCHAN LVMH SOUTH AFRICA ESTEE LAUDER TAIWAN SOUTH KOREA LVMH NESPRESSO LVMH

13 Our range of solutions Software package publishing and integration for the Supply Chain Execution (SCE)

14 Supply Chain Management : components
LM Order Manager LM Stock Optimizer Multisites cockpit Orders allocation Shortage, balances, substitutions Intersites transfers Alerts Level inventory optimization Supplies suggestions

15 Warehouse Management : components
LMexe : for small and medium-size warehouses LMxt : for large warehouses LMexe LMxt Multimode receiving, Returns, Cross-docking, Putaway allocation General, cycle counts, Precubing, Fulfilment scheduling, Manufacturing, Kitting Sorting per destination, Loading check, Performance analysis Inbound planning, Multimode receiving, Returns, Quality control, Cross-docking, Putaway allocation, General & cycling stock counts, Precubing, Fulfilment scheduling, Manufacturing, kitting, copacking, Sorting per destination, Outbound planning, Loading check, Performance analysis, Interfaced to mechanized systems.

16 Flow Management : components
For Loaders For organizers Carrier allocation Pre-billing, Pre-invoicing Simulation Carrier labelling Track & Trace Routes optimization Routes planning Means management Labor management Planning Tracking Pre-billing, Pre-invoicing Dashboards

17 Key differentiators of our solutions
Expert in split cases preparation Expert in precubing Ability to manage heavy flows Multisite system Ability to manage large framework of goods Heterogeneity Ugly supports Wires, cutting, etc. Business features Alloted / countermark Counter management Construction site deliveries Out of stock management etc.

18 Key differentiators of our solutions
Many dashboards available RF, Voice, RFID technologies, natively integrated Mechanized system Cockpit and workload estimation Different ways to pick User-friendliness Cart picking Label picking Conveyor Goods-to-man (PTS)

19 Appointment scheduling
Warehouse Management Goods-In Appointment scheduling Truck unloading Administrative reception Physical reception Scheduling Time estimation Alerts Delivery identification Delivery qualification Subject to checking after unloading Automatic or manual creation of goods-in folder DESADV integration Partial reception Unexpected reception Returns management Quantitative reception Qualitative reception Features (batch, S/N) Quality control Putaway strategy Cross-docking Unitary, total, statistical or imposed Control ranges Several allocation modes available Hierarchy Retention Allotted pallets Allotted boxes Unknown references RECEP DISPATCH

20 Warehouse Management Order Preparation Precubing Scheduling
Order launching Simulation Products typology Available packaging Box balancing Stacking, vacancy % Cubing constraints Cubing algorithms Automatic or manual Order typology Automatic or manual Order selection to launch By trailer, by shipping mode, by shipping date, etc. Order typology Retention management Preparation workload Means requirements Resource requirements Labour management Preparation types Preparation modes Preparation means Profiling of users Productivity profiles Activity calendar Means management Fixed, dynamic Mass preparation, pallet Ugly Mechanised Pick and Pack Pick then Pack, Pick then sort Mono order Multi order Radio-frequency Voice Pick to light, put to light Manual preparation

21 Warehouse Management Carrying out preparation Collection Put to zone
Multi-order Mono-reference Radio frequency Voice Pick to light Paper Radio frequency Put to light Voice Radio frequency Radio frequency + put to light Voice Radio frequency Dispatch label

22 Opportunistic inventories Statistical inventories
Warehouse Management Inventory management (stock take) Physical Count Cycle count Opportunistic inventories Statistical inventories Owner AWUP (Average Weighted Unit Price) Product Product families Multi-site, mono-site Zones, locations Criteria Several counts Empty locations Campaigns Imposed date In preparation, count of remaining quantity at- the location after the pick (under a given threshold) Inventory recommendation for errors (missing product, breakage, etc.) Modes

23 Warehouse Management Kitting, Manufacturing, Customisation Kitting
Item A + Item B preparation End of preparation check Checking of complete kit Assembly (optional) Several cubings Mono or multi-box dispatch Item A + Item B = Item C Assembly Storage of the Item C or Dispatch Breakage declaration Surplus re-stored Customisation during preparation Dedicated zones Samples, Over-packaging Customisation monitoring and control Item A Item A Item B Item B Item C

24 Warehouse Management Dashboards In WMS Standard KPI KPI BO® universes
Nb of launched, prepared, shipped supports/ orders Workloads and estimations Activity cockpit Preparation Dispatch Based on a SQL query Available configuration Distribution to teams/users BO® universes Available states Cockpit Available universes for each warehouse process Reception Preparation/ Dispatch Movement history Inventory, Audit Trail etc. For each universe, some available states Activity type cockpit Teams / User’s productivity

25 Flow Management System
LM Shipping scope of functionalities Round optimisation Planning Events & mobility Grouping orders optimization Multi pick Multi drop Minimising empty rotations Mission planning Resource planning Realisation monitoring GPS information feedback Order tracking Resource tracking Event entry Execution monitoring Carrier allocation Tariff grids & pre invoicing Dashboard Cheapest carrier allocation Automatic or manual allocation Allocation analysis Constraints taken into account Import / tariff grids creation Tariff limits Fixed costs, proportional costs Pre invoicing computation Additional costs (taxes) Deliveries grouping optimisation Pre invoicing on demand Cost analysis Margin analysis

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27 Summary a-SIS presentation E-commerce’s features and stakes
Our added value in e-commerce Expertise Consultancy Modelling Our customer references

28 e-commerce’s constraints
Numerous, varied constraints Considerable range of products Different product typologies High number of customers Small depth or orders (few lines) Customer demands regarding quality and deadline (stock-out, rapidity, …) Erratic flows (promotions, environment, impulse buys, day of the week, …) Numerous customer returns Transport purchase integrated into the proposal

29 e-commerce’s challenges
Storage Preparation optimisation Flexibility Packaging The last kilometer

30 Very structuring strategic positioning
Food shopping On-line shops Flash sales Moderated product repository Stable repository Delivery with appointment-making Significant product repository Seasonality for some products Delivery at D+1/D+3 Low product repository Constantly changing repository Delivery at D+14/D+21

31 Appointment scheduling
Warehouse Management Goods-In Appointment scheduling Truck unloading Administrative reception Physical reception Scheduling Time estimation Alerts Delivery identification Delivery qualification Subject to checking after unloading Automatic or manual creation of goods-in folder DESADV integration Partial reception Unexpected reception Returns management Quantitative reception Qualitative reception Features (batch, S/N) Quality control Putaway strategy Cross-docking Return Management Unitary, total, statistical or imposed Control ranges Several allocation modes available Hierarchy Retention Allotted pallets Allotted boxes Unknown references Reverse logistic Inbound of single pieces Dedicated putaway algorithm Storage compaction Reverse sortation (mechanized or not) RECEP DISPATCH

32 Return identification Put back into stock, re-packaging, preparation
Customer returns Depending on product typology (between 2 and 10% in France can be 25% in UK or Germany) Simplicity for the customer and the distributor Return identification Reverse logistics for processing simplification Dispatch multi-criteria archive database Return check Checking ranges Management of quality statuses Decision-making: 1st choice, 2nd choice, etc. Put back into stock, re-packaging, preparation Choice of a dedicated zone Re-packaging workshop Preparation on stock quality (discount store, etc.)

33 Putaway Standard allocation Linear allocation Volumetric allocation
closest to a pivot location 1 Beam split into several locations for supports with very varied dimensions Volume storage optimisation 3 dimensions taken into account Pivot around picking Adjacency allowed Allocation in automated zone Declarative allocation Allocation in infinite zone Automatic storage Rotative shelf Stacker crane etc. Manually Constraints checked Mass zones Racks

34 Warehouse Management Order Preparation Precubing Scheduling
Order launching Simulation Products typology Available packaging Box balancing Stacking, vacancy % Cubing constraints Cubing algorithms Automatic or manual Order typology Automatic or manual Order selection to launch By trailer, by shipping mode, by shipping date, etc. Order typology Retention management Preparation workload Means requirements Resource requirements Labour management Preparation types Preparation modes Preparation means Profiling of users Productivity profiles Activity calendar Means management Fixed, dynamic Mass preparation, pallet Ugly Mechanised Pick and Pack Pick then Pack, Pick then sort Mono order Multi order Radio-frequency Voice Pick to light, put to light Manual preparation

35 Multi-preparation mode specialist
Processes at some customers’ sites Full case boxes Complete pallets Manual Pick and Pack Mechanised Pick and Pack Trolley Pick Then Pack Sticking on dispatch label Automatic or manual Order typology Dividing up into preparation zones Complex Pick Then Pack Simple ventilation Complex ventilation Mono-item Preparation in mono order shuttles by zone Consolidation on packaging station Global collection Mono-item packaging

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37 Summary a-SIS presentation E-commerce’s features and stakes
Our added value in e-commerce Expertise Consultancy Modelling Our customer references

38 Buying products available in supermarkets/specialist shops from home
On-line shopping Buying products available in supermarkets/specialist shops from home A very specific model Home delivery: tray/bag preparation, truck loading management, round optimisation Preparation in « drive » mode : box preparation, dissociation dry / cool picking Reference heterogeneity: shapes, fragility, use-by date High average basket with a high number of order lines 4 000 to SKUs Preparation management in cool, dry, frozen zones Scheduling the activity according to the transport plan Morning preparation for delivery in the afternoon and evening

39 Recommended logistic solutions
On-line shopping Recommended logistic solutions Low volumes Pick and pack preparation WMS Mono-order supports trays or boxes (1 to 15 boxes) per zone (dry, cool, frozen) Path optimisation Split the order into several preparation zones Synchronisation of preparations between the zones Pre-cubing Dry, cool and frozen preparation Automatic palletisation

40 AuchanDirect.fr Activity
Mail-order and e-commerce : On-line supermarket Site Mions (F - 69) VOLUMETRY CONTEXT AND AIMS 2 500 m2 20 pickers 250 to 500 orders a day 1 500 to boxes a day 6 000 product references Implementation of a local platform for the distribution of products sold on the Internet Solution integrated with AUCHAN group tools Real time and radio frequency solution CONSTRAINTS a-SIS’ CONTRIBUTION Preparation in the morning (6.00 a.m p.m.) before the trucks’ departure (delivery 2.00 p.m. – p.m.) Very low stock coverage (no reserve) Preparation of dry, cool and frozen products in dedicated zones Mezzanine management Product implantation assistance Activity scheduling according to the transport plan Calculation of the number of boxes per order Splitting up of the order into several preparation zones Preparation synchronisation between a zone on the ground and a zone on the mezzanine Real time monitoring of preparation progress BENEFITS Productivity in agreement with the company’s aims Service quality Peace of mind at work thanks to controlled organisation and real time monitoring Customer satisfaction thanks to a high service rate ( 3% of stock-out on products Aim 99 % achieved 98,5 %)

41 Logistic flow chart + AuchanDirect.fr
Mezzanine preparation Warehouse goods-in Goods-in using an expected goods-in Physical goods-in Putting onto shelves with the current Preparation by zone (dry, cool, frozen) + Warehouse replenishment requirement calculation Goods-in using an unexpected goods-in Quantity check and putting into stock Scheduling by delivery round Breaking down of the lists to be prepared by zone Synchronisation of preparation in mezzanine Collection in radio-frequency Automatic palletisation Automatic palletisation of boxes for dry Storage in controlled temperature zone Consolidation by round

42 Recommended logistic solutions
On-line shopping Recommended logistic solutions High volumes Station preparation WMS WMS Product set-up assistance Activity scheduling Calculation of the number of boxes per order Path optimisation Breaking the order up into several preparation zones Synchronisation of preparations between the zones Reliable solution and a good productivity ratio Well-suited to multi-zone preparation at a cooled area

43 Very low number of items per order
On-line shops Very low number of items per order Buying all types of products from home Come out of the ‘per order’ preparation model Home deliveries Deliveries to pick-up locations Customer demands regarding quality and deadline : stock-out management and rapidity Erratic flows: promotions, environment, spur of the moment purchases, seasonal activity peaks, etc. Numerous customer returns Low average value of the customer purchase with a low number of order lines 2 000 SKU for a player in a niche market to 6 000 SKU for a generalist Numerous product typologies

44 On-line shops Average of 1.2 to 3.5 items per order
Need to massify the activity to reduce unproductive picker routes Justifies an order retention logic at regular intervals Massify the multi-item order flows as mono-item Close to 35% of global orders (80% for shoes) And this for 15% of picks Justifies the implementation of particular processes Very small number of items per order ! With considerable share from mono-item orders

45 Recommended logistic solutions
On-line shops Recommended logistic solutions WMS Process optimisation Optimising picking set-up: slotting Optimising routes thanks to powerful algorithms Choosing the right process for the product typology and/or orders Ventilation, Multi-order, mono-box, cubing… Optimising preparation thanks to workstation user-friendliness Mechanising routes (conveyor, sorter, PTS)

46 DessousCheri.com Activity Sites VOLUMETRY CONTEXT AND AIMS CONSTRAINTS
Textile distance selling Sites Stains (F - 93) VOLUMETRY CONTEXT AND AIMS 6000 product references 500 boxes shipped a day 2.3 lines per order Industrialise the logistic process by the implementation of real time warehouse management software (RF) Significantly increase productivity Avoid picking errors on the product and/or the quantity thanks to a real time system Avoid stockouts thanks to knowledge of the stock in real time and allow an alert CONSTRAINTS a-SIS’ CONTRIBUTION Returns management Erratic flows Multi-company management Dispatch by Colissimo Multi-order preparation using carts and WIFI with displays (20 orders simultaneously) Possibility of preparation in sorting collection Returns management with the possibility of arbitration (storage, exchanges) Labels and EDI Colissimo dealt with in the WMS Screens and follow-up status made available BENEFITS Improved productivity Improved preparation quality Activity measurement and follow-up Customer satisfaction

47 DessousChéri.com : Stains
Logistic flow chart Collection Sorting Semi collective preparation Warehouse goods-in Goods-in using an expected goods-in Physical goods-in Putting into shuttles for storage Prep zone replen Cubing Returns reception Arbitration storage or exchanges Transport label printing Returns processing Dispatch + Returns management Semi-collective preparation or collection sorting Paper mode collection Sorting in radio-frequency mode Printing of carrier labels by the WMS

48 Vente-Privée.com Activity Sites VOLUMETRY CONTEXT AND AIMS CONSTRAINTS
e-commerce flash sales Le Blanc-Mesnil (Stored flow) Sites VOLUMETRY CONTEXT AND AIMS product references per site members to be served 2 to 3 sales a week 5 000 boxes shipped a day 2.1 lines per order Adequacy of the information systems with the current and future logistic processes (Savoye mechanised conveyor project) Optimal familiarisation by operational teams Improving fluidity and exchange responsiveness Rolling out of the concept in different European countries CONSTRAINTS a-SIS’ CONTRIBUTION Taking into account management demands linked to a frequent change of references Offering parameterisation functionalities which allow you to process the configuration of the various existing warehouses Multi-lingual software package Declarative goods-in in real time and carrying out a unitary check with adapted labelling (possibility serial no.) Storing received products or using them directly Allocating picking addresses dynamically, filling them as needed and freeing them at the end of the campaign BENEFITS Improving processes and their performance Improving service quality Reducing storage operation costs Optimisation of volumes, flows and logistic operations

49 Mechanised preparation
Vente-Privée.com : Le Blanc-Mesnil Logistic flow chart Mechanised preparation Collection Sorting Warehouse goods-in Goods-in folder creation Physical goods-in Putting into shuttles for storage Prep zone replen Box lidding Mono preparation Cubing Sort Dispatch Processing « monos » Palletisation + Goods-in in several stages Order pre-cubing Processing mono-orders from goods-in Mechanised or manual preparation Paper mode collection Sorting in radio frequency mode Loading check

50 Toupargel Activity Sites VOLUMETRY CONTEXT AND AIMS CONSTRAINTS
Agri-foods Sites Argentan, Montauban, Civrieux, Poitiers, Chalon sur Saône (5 sites F) VOLUMETRY CONTEXT AND AIMS 1 000 references POs a day boxes a day 8 lines per order Making reliable goods-in and physical stock management : carrying out goods-in feature statements Making reliable and checking order preparation Reducing preparation deadlines Arbitrating the load in relation to carrier departure Re-adjusting preparation based on actual capacities Receiving and dispatching orders several times a day CONSTRAINTS Processing the high number of expected lines Preparing and delivering all of the orders according to the tele-sales model Interfaces with SAP (Unilog) Interfaces with 3 relatively different IT systems (Adonix, Lydis and Lydis.net) Solution roll-out on 5 sites with different Level 1 a-SIS’ CONTRIBUTION Integration de LM7® for the industrial management of the storage warehouse and order preparation Interfacing with the Savoye conveyor : Integration of LM WCS® for automated conveyor control and packaging stations Turnkey solution with functional result guarantee Integration of a careful change process BENEFITS Solution implementation without disruption Increasing flexibility Real-time activity follow-up Preparation management in optimised just in time Promotions management (change of cycle every 18 days) Traceability

51 + Toupargel Logistic flow chart Goods-in using an expected goods-in
Warehouse goods-in Mobile cart reception in RF mode with traceability info Put into reserve Picking replen Global collection at picking Product ventilation + Goods-in using an expected goods-in Total product traceability Quantity check and putting into stock in reserve (racks) Pallet rack picking for class A, picking étagère for the others Global paper collection for 24 boxes on 3 trays Ventilation on 8 workstations with light displays (2 picks at once) Weight checking Automatic palletisation Box transfer to mechanised sort Automatic palletisation

52 Promotional sales launched daily with considerable discounts
Flash sales Promotional sales launched daily with considerable discounts Logistic without stock, as the received products are mostly sent directly to preparation: direct cross-docking Change of references every day, from 50 to 1000 references a day depending on the numbers and types of sales

53 Recommended logistic solutions
Flash sales Recommended logistic solutions WMS Process optimisation Solution: cross-docked preparation in manual or mechanised mode Order known in advance Limited number of references to be spread across a large number of orders Significant percentage of mono-item orders Depending on the volumes, simple ventilation or multi-level sortation

54 Vente-privée.com – Saint Vulbas

55 Mechanized systems management
More than 50% of our 650 customer sites are mechanized, managed and driven by our LM WCS WCS Automated warehouses Conveyors Preparation sorters Labellers Scales Document deposit Dispatch sorters Pick-to-light solutions

56 Sorter

57 Goods to Man

58 Tariff grids & pre invoicing
Shipping Shipping management Round optimisation Planning Events & mobility Grouping orders optimization Multi pick Multi drop Minimising empty rotations Mission planning Resource planning Realisation monitoring GPS information feedback Order tracking Resource tracking Event entry Execution monitoring Carrier allocation Tariff grids & pre invoicing Dashboard Cheapest carrier allocation Automatic or manual allocation Allocation analysis Constraints taken into account Import / tariff grids creation Tariff limits Fixed costs, proportional costs Pre invoicing computation Additional costs (taxes) Deliveries grouping optimisation Pre invoicing on demand Cost analysis Margin analysis

59 Packing Solutions

60 Warehouse Management Dashboards In WMS Standard KPI KPI BO® universes
No. of launched, prepared, shipped supports/ orders Workloads and estimations Activity cockpit Preparation Dispatch Based on a SQL query Available configuration Distribution to teams/users BO® universes Available states Cockpit Available universes for each warehouse process Reception Preparation/ Dispatch Movement history Inventory, Audit Trail etc. For each universe, some available states Activity type cockpit Teams / User’s productivity

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62 Summary a-SIS presentation E-commerce’s features and stakes
Our added value in e-commerce Expertise Consultancy Modelling Our customer references

63 Analysis of order portfolio
Expertise Analysis of order portfolio Warehouse Volumes to be prepared Volume product orders Massification possible by product Preparation time

64 Optimisation of product positioning
LM Slotting Optimizer Optimisation of product positioning Aims Perimeter When? Optimisation product set-up Balance workload Reduce routes Reduce waiting time Fixed picking Allocated dynamic picking Reserve Initial slotting Constant re-organisation New products Exogenous factors (season, etc.) Analysis Re-organisation of locations of products: consumption replenishment variabilities forecasts Picking re-establishment Stock aims by class Taking constraints into account Configurable positioning Movement suggestion

65 Organisation suggestion
Expertise Organisation suggestion Full case boxes Complete pallets Manual Pick and Pack Mechanised Pick and Pack Trolley Pick Then Pack (pick-to-cart) Sticking on dispatch label Automatic or manual Order typology Dividing up into preparation zones e.g.: AUCHANDIRECT.fr e.g.:TELEMARKET.fr e.g.: DESSOUSCHÉRI.com Complex Pick Then Pack Simple ventilation Complex ventilation (multi-level sort) Mono-item Preparation in mono-order shuttles by zone Consolidation at packaging station e.g.: E-BUYER e.g.: VENTE-PRIVEE.COM e.g.:PLACE DU MARCHÉ Global collection Mono-item packaging e.g.:FASHIONSHOPPING.com

66 Organisation suggestion
Expertise Organisation suggestion Arbitration on preparation modes Collection optimisation algorithms Turnkey implementation with the right tools Conveyors Sorters Trolleys RF terminals Voice solutions Pick-to-light solutions

67 Expertise Goods to man (PTS) Automated multi-level sort
Arbitration between the preparation modes Depending on volumes and order typology No. of orders / day Goods to man (PTS) Automated multi-level sort Mechanised Pick&pack Multi-level sort Simple ventilation Pick-to-cart Manual Pick&pack Nb of lines / order

68 Automation stages WMS WMS WMS Modest flows Average flows
Pick to cart preparation Or collection/sorting WMS Average flows Packaging automation: Box erector, quality control, wedging, lidding WMS Significant flows Complete automation: sorters, goods-to-man, conveyors with stations WMS

69 Our e-business customer references

70 Our e-business customer references
Telemarket.fr (Galeries Lafayette) Houra.fr (Cora group) Corporate Express, Staples, Office Dépot to 2008 AuchanDirect.fr Chronodrive.fr (Groupe Auchan) Placedumarché.fr (Toupargel-Agrigel) 2006 Next Directory (UK) myPix.com - FOTOVISTA Camif Chapitre.com Pixmania.com ebuyer.com Vente-Privée.com (7 sites) to 2010 Amazon.com (1 UK, 1 Ger) to 2010 Idgroup-Okaidi Photobox.com DessousChéri.com FashionShopping.com Over 55 sites set up

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