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Community College Students Get Real Supply Chain Experience

Written by Barcoding, Inc.

September 2021 | 4 min read
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Barcoding, inc. donates asset management system to anne arundel community college.

BACKGROUND

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CHALLENGES

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SOLUTIONS

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The dance department’s items are now organized and stored based on product, size and usage. Students can quickly get to the pieces they need faster and more efficiently because the ones that are used more often are stored in the front versus those that aren’t used as frequently
Kipp Snow
Instructional Specialist, Anne Arundel Community College

RESULTS

The dance studio inventory warehouse solution provides a streamlined check-in/check-out process and an inventory control process for the clothing, costumes and other items used by the AACC Dance Department. It has already reduced the amount of time it takes to manage, issue out and check-in clothing items as well as reduce costs of lost or replaced items.

According to Snow, “The dance department’s items are now organized and stored based on product, size, and usage. Students can quickly get to the pieces they need faster and more efficiently because the ones that are used more often are stored in the front versus those that aren’t used as frequently.”

The hands-on experience has been very beneficial to the Transportation, Logistics, and Cargo Security Program students and interns.

“By having the interns and students visit the site and help set up the solution, they’re able to apply all the things that they’ve learned about in class, gain experience using logistics technology and see the warehouse layouts and selections first-hand in conjunction with meeting course objectives. In any environment where you try to set up a warehouse, whether it’s a 100 square foot closet or a multi-thousand square foot warehouse, there is a process that must go through for product placement depending on what your operation is and how quickly you need to get to the products. They are able to learn and practice by setting up the warehouse up and making it go live,” said Snow.

Students, interns, faculty, and staff from all of the departments involved worked together to accomplish this major initiative. Other AACC departments have already begun requesting a similar solution for their equipment.

We’ve been able to make the dance coordinator happy by implementing the warehouse solution while also providing our students with an active environment. Overall it has been a successful, collaborative initiative with the AACC Dance Department, the Transportation, Logistics, and Cargo Security Program, The Office of Student Engagement, the Sarbanes Center for Public and Community Service, and Barcoding.
Kipp Snow
Instructional Specialist, Anne Arundel Community College

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