Tips for your warehouse, Picqer product updates and a look behind the scenes.
Hi! My name is Anna van Brecht and I recently started at Picqer as Junior Developer. In January I graduated in Bioinformatics at the Hogeschool Arnhem Nijmegen. When I started this course, I mostly did it for my interest in biology.
During my studies my interest shifted from biology to informatics. During my first internship I developed a web application to centrally manage research results. The interaction with users on how a workflow could be processed really appealed to me. That's why I chose to learn more about Web Development! Beside my studies I temporarily worked as Junior Developer. Here I worked on a webshop in which I solved and automised a lot of logistical problems. Because I really enjoyed this work, I immediately applied for Picqer when I saw their vacancy.
In my free time I am often busy with social media. I make short make-up tutorials for Instagram to share with my followers. Because of this I gained a lot of fun experiences such as video shoots for Maybelline and a trip to Los Angeles for Anastasia Beverly Hills!
I look forward to work on the software of Picqer to support your warehouse!
Hello everyone, my name is Kasper Hägele, and as of March 2019 I work at the support department of Picqer. Together with the support team, I make sure that everyone is helped in the Picqer way: open, personal & assistant.
I have a lot of interest and experience in the e-commerce sector, which is, of course, helpful at Picqer. It is also exciting to deepen my knowledge about warehouses of webshops, and I look forward to helping our clients reach the next level with the Picqer's software.
Before I started at Picqer, I helped a lot of people with setting up their webshop at a Dutch webshop platform for about 5 years. Also, at a client services company, I helped a lot of well-known webshops with the implementation of live chat and support software. Now it's time to support the warehouses of webshops at Picqer, full of intelligent IT and smart solutions. A real challenge!
I live together with my wife Nivine in Nijmegen. We have two daughters, Haper (2) & Jazz (7 months). Musical names that probably give away that I am a huge music lover. In addition to music, I have a lot of other interests such as the internet, travelling and cooking. You can also find me regularly on Twitter.
I would love to talk to you about your warehouse and how you can organise this even better with Picqer. Nice to meet you :-)
My name is Johan Schutten and I started on the 1st of January at Picqer as a Support Guru. A beautiful name for the work I love to do: supporting clients!
I graduated in 2010 as a journalist at the CHE in Ede. I was able to directly start at a well-known magazine about computers and tech. After some wandering, a few years later I landed in the dynamic world of client service in which I work for four years now.
The past two years I worked with a lot of fun at the township of Apeldoorn and Reden. I answered 1001 questions through telephone and e-mail from civilians and companies. The work was good and diverse but I did miss some challenge. This I found at Picqer. Picqer also fits well with my philosophy that software should be easy to use.
In my free time I love to go out into nature to photograph, cycle or walk. And when I want to I work on my debut novel. I realise that not everyone is as lucky as I am. Because of that I am involved with a civil society that helps people with a little to no network.
As Support Guru I help users of Picqer by answering (technical) questions and solve problems. A lot of answers you can already find on our support pages, which I will continue to develop and update. Do you feel like you miss something? Then I would love to hear from you. It's my goal at Picqer to deliver the best possible support to you Picqer users!
With pride we introduce a new app! With this new Picqer Mobile app you can quickly and easily count your stock.
By counting your stock in calm moments, you are ensured that your stock is correct at the moments it's busy. Now you are able to spend every calm moment in your warehouse useful by checking your stock.
How does it work?
There are two ways to count your stock. The first way is the manual mode. With the manual mode you decide yourself which product you want to count by scanning the product barcode. To do this, we support the same Honeywell scanners as we do with our current app. Of course it is also possible to search for a product by name.
When you scan a product, you see the amount that should be on the shelf according to Picqer. With a simple tap you confirm the amount or adjust it by clicking the plus or minus button.
Through the guided mode the app tells you which product to count. This is the easiest way to make sure that your stock is always counted: the app ensures that you count your assortment as effective as possible.
You probably already know the current blue Picqer app in which you can process picklists, receive purchase orders and adjust your stock. You can keep using the app for these features. The new app has a purple icon which you can install besides the current app.
Try it out
You can download the new Picqer Mobile app in the App Store and use it on iPhone, iPod Touch and even on iPad.
Give us feedback
The first version of the app is as simple as possible and will be expanded over time. That’s why we would love to hear from you what you think about the app and what we can improve.
On the 28th of February we introduce Packing stations. With this we make it easy to select the right printer for the packing station you are working at.
For each packing station you select which printer you want to use for packing slips, shippping lables and product lables. Because of this you only have to find the right printer once and is switching packing stations very easy.
Switching packing stations
Each user, administrator or not, is able to easily switch from packing station. You do this by clicking on your name in the top right and select your packing station.
Setting up Packing stations
We have converted your existing printing configuration to packing stations. This you will find under Instellingen > Printers.
If you have more packing stations in use, you can add them yourself.
Live on the 28th of February
By now we have converted all configurations to packing stations. You can now choose packing stations and add new packing stations.
Documentation about packing stations you can find on this support page.