TruStor is a complete Warehouse Management System (WMS) consisting of material handling equipment automation and supervisory logic to optimize storage space and efficiency. TruStor allows for dynamic configuration as storage needs change and uses a granular system of rules and algorithms to adapt to a wide variety of applications. TruStor is also capable of interfacing with other systems via a variety of standard methods.
Recognizing a common limitation in other WMS packages, Trutegra purpose-built TruStor from the ground up to seamlessly interface with their crane automation solutions. They are typically functionality-limited products and any need to customize the system requires costly support from the vendor or the modification may be regarded as a feature without sufficient consumer demand to warrant implementation and there is no interest. Therefore, Trutegra developed a WMS so that it meshed well with their product line.
The TruStor system was designed by Trutegra with flexibility and customization in mind, therefore able to be applied in a variety of applications. This means that a single software product can work for storage and retrieval of steel coils, transformers, bins containing bulk materials such as sand, clinker, and aggregate that are important to the concrete industry.
TruStor, is a complete Warehouse Management System (WMS), combining automated material handling equipment and supervisory logic to optimize storage space and efficiency. The TruStor system provides a dynamic configuration, allowing for changes in the storage requirements. Based on a granular system of rules and algorithms, it can adapt to a wide variety of applications and is capable of interfacing with other systems via standard interfaces.
The TruStor system can optimize product placement and retrieval as the product mix changes, conduct computer simulations, provide optimization logic, and measuring efficiency. It can interface upstream systems, e.g. ERP, corporate, or plant ordering systems. TruStor is constructed on standard technologies, e.g. a SQL server for natural database storage and a SQL server reporting service to generate easily configured reports. Throughput of bulk materials or coils, as well as the estimated rates of materials being moved per hour, can quickly be calculated.