Internal and external deliveries accepted in good faith are not always 100% accurate.
Invariably large quantities of stock is checked in or booked out throughout the supply chain, most of the time what is being checked is not 100% accurate. Many retailers accept internal deliveries in good faith, as the financial consequences of inaccuracy remain within the business. However, the same process can be applied to external suppliers providing the right checks and balances are in place. RGIS can offer the audit and reporting tools to make this process work coherently.
Because accuracy is not an option, it is a necessity both internally and externally.
How to Improve Order Picking Accuracy
Good Faith Receiving