Warehouse Management System


Our consumer is based in the port town of Hamilton, Canada. Custom-designed and built-in 2001, the customer has some 210,000 square meters of state-of-the-art warehousing facilities. The warehouse is constantly improved with the new equipment and distribution systems. They then extend their warehouse by an additional 60,000 square meters to expand their market with evolving market and customer standards.

The main marketing support systems of the customer cover the whole range of fulfillment, procurement, and administration of the call center. The customer delivers mostly the following offerings to its customers.

Warehouse Management

The customer’s main marketing service services span the whole spectrum of completion, acquisition, and management of the call center. The customer delivers mostly the following offerings to its customers.

Marketing Services

While also welcoming the cyber revolution, the client managed traditional marketing strategies.

Customer Management

The customer has an internal call-center that offers bilingual customer relationship management for both technical assistance and customer service.

The user wanted web-based software to provide effective warehouse management, marketing, and customer management services. Each shipping notice must provide customers with live warehouse surveillance of the shipment. It included the use of barcodes or the generation of a single code for storage diagrams, bin management, log management, and stock scanning.

The main objectives to be achieved by the customer are:

  • Ability to navigate a complex market process and quickly adapt the products to the requirements of the customer.
  • Provides comprehensive order management alternatives with a completely built-in web-based catalog to handle orders via B2B or B2C. To achieve an extensive e-commerce solution, incorporated credit card processing, cash handling, and data storage.
  • Develop a framework that allows order processing, management of store processes, accounting facilities, bulk system imports of data, manages sub-projects, such as shop carts, API projects, etc.
  • The project dashboard provides the advances in associated instructions and diagrams.
  • Join a complex monitoring facility from which the admin can display multiple reports based on various filters.
  • Empower warehouse managers by offering select control services for containers, pallets, and distribution.
  • It makes monthly payments of big orders from the customers’ headquarters simple by billing facilities.
  • Support consumers with an excellent import facility by facilitating the import of their bulk of data into the scheme.


Tools & Technology

  • Microsoft .NET
  • MVC
  • JQuery
  • WebForms (C#)
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Crystal Report
  • IIS
  • RDLC


As a software development firm, Shivagya Infosoft has supported our Canadian clients with a web-based business approach and has handled all of their customer knowledge and warehouse data better. The .NET project structure was selected by our experts.

Four of the most significant features are:

Customer Management

This module provides consumers with various payments, billing, packaging, user profile, freight information, etc. The consumer uses the device based on user positions and classes by many users.

User & Roles Management

This module allows the list of users under one client to be added/updated with specific user information and roles-based security information relevant to devise access.

Bin Management

To handle the warehouse extra supplies, the customer needed a stock control scheme, which also had bin management. This helps the customer to handle all details such as a row, height, width, subbing, priority selection, and bin status effectively, etc. It would also look for the inventory where the specific bin is stored.

Inventory Management

This module keeps consumer data stock safely. The inventories can be inserted manually or by importing from excel they can be added to the framework. Benutzen API and the image import service, users can add/update inventory images. Users may also manage units, kits/groups of measurement.

Ship To

The address of the item being delivered is indicated by this Module. All information is shown here such as a contact name, address of delivery, contact number, etc.


It is ready for delivery when the order arrives. It contains information on products such as order, costs, goods and labeling, monitoring data, information on payments, etc. This module also contains printing packaging and printing slips.

Pick-up shipping

When an order is about to be selected, consumers can change details for the given order, such as how many parts they have selected from the whose inventory. The barcode scanner is completely enabled for easy work.


In this module, the user will order packages from the store and store them in the storage facility, i.e. receipt. There is also a pallet management facility for this module.

Stock Pallet

The customer will assemble these into baskets and baskets in pallets after all inventories have been received connected to the order. The customer should store the pallet in the warehouse, after arrangement, and a bar code scanner is available to allow simple operations.

Bin Transfer

This module will move the inventory for any reason from one bin to another. It stores all transmission information as well as the size and capability of the bin.


This module monitors all shipments as it is delivered so that users can monitor all seller details, ship address, weight, date and time.


Dashboard containing reports in real-time on delivered orders, receiving orders, invoiced orders, open orders, stored orders, open orders, etc. Besides, the details relating to revenue, sales, and inventory are shown graphically.


This module handles the accounts and makes it easy to measure the description of each month’s inventory, the invoice information, etc. It has the feature to print the invoice.


This module provides information on RDLC which the Crystal Report and includes comprehensive information and reports on the inventory, shipment, receipt, bin, and pallet. Some records have a barcode such that the individual object can be easily scanned and saved on the portal. Print elements are used with all documentation.


Our client trusted our entire web application development team, and as a result of a fruitful partnership with Shivagya Infosoft, the client was able to reap many benefits, including:

  • Customer retention improved and improved
  • More versatility by encouraging users to plan out their project approach.
  • Transparent costs lowered inbound
  • Savings in inventory
  • Simplified use of all the installations on an integrated platform
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