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cycle count

[′sī·kəl ‚kau̇nt]
(computer science)
The operation of keeping track of the number of cycles a computer system goes through during processing time.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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An associate completing a putaway assignment, for instance, may next be directed to do cycle counting or to begin picking to their cart, dropping items at one of several induction locations along the conveyor system before returning to a pickup location to get more items for putaway.
A series of sequential tasks can now be assigned to each individual at the beginning of each shift (for example picking in one zone followed by put-aways in another followed by cycle counting).
Examples of parameter data include cycle counting and specific information such as which valve coil is shorting out.
In addition to supplementing the accounting features of QuickBooks, Zenventory brings new, powerful warehouse-specific capabilities such as cycle counting, mobile picking, and tracking of advanced product information.
Using real-time cycle counting (and cycle count planning) assures inventory accuracy of up to 98 per cent or better.
Perform Rainflow Counting on %SMYS data: ASTM El049--Standard Practices for Cycle Counting in Fatigue Analysis (E 1049--85: reapproved 2005) details methodologies for performing cycle counting.
Functionalities include: cycle counting and inventory adjustment controls to maintain inventory accuracy; single inventory pool per product, accessible by all channels; temperature-sensitive controls to maintain freshness in grocery stores; image display to locate products; and configurable, value-added services management for labeling, kitting and assembly to support efficient work queue control and monitoring.
Besides cycle counting, uptime and cycle-time sensing, SmartMold also senses over-pressurization, overheating, over-clamping, and other mold abuse, which now can be easily recorded without need for parting-line sensors, pressure transducers, wiring, or thermocouples.
GES will also offer lifecycle management at its Jebel Ali facility, providing a world-class warehouse management system (WMS) with open architecture and easy data integration, inbound (receiving), inventory control and accuracy (cycle counting), pick and pack, load planning, customisable UCC shipping labels, and outbound (shipping).