Order Fulfillment Technology

Strengthen Order Fulfillment with the Right Technology

When it comes to order fulfillment, businesses face many challenges that require regular evaluations of existing methods and technology. Understanding opportunities to make your business successful is critical when selecting the right technology for order fulfillment improvement to meet growing industry challenges.

The right order fulfillment technology is capable of reducing labor costs, introducing reliable accuracy, and making room for higher throughput and scalability to meet peak seasons or business growth. With these gained efficiencies, service levels and high customer satisfaction can be met consistently. Bastian Solutions experts draw on their vast knowledge from a variety of industries to provide the right solution, tailored to your warehouse.


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Order Fulfillment Technology


Picking products is time consuming. Whether you are considering a goods to person or person to goods automation system, various automation technologies can help bring greater efficiencies - 24/7 operations, improved ergonomics, dedicated workstations, streamlined product storage and more - to help create a better customer experience.

Goods-to-Person Technology

Goods-to-person is a modern method of order fulfillment. The product is moved directly to the operator, who can then pick what is needed to fulfill orders. Learn more about goods-to-person technology.


Perfect Pick



Automated Storage and Retrieval System

Tompkins Robotics


Sure Sort

Person-to-Goods Picking Technology

Person to goods is a traditional method of order fulfillment where a person moves to the goods. To help create efficiencies, designed locations can integrate various cost-effective automation technologies. 


Pick Modules

Pick to Light

Put to Light


Put Wall


RF Scanning


Voice Picking


When evaluating various warehouse automation options, its important to consider factors that impact the size and function of your new automated order fulfillment technology. Some of these may include:  

  • Facility structure, available footprint and picking locations
  • Required SKU storage 
  • Throughput requirements 
  • Labor availability 
  • Ergonomic picking and packing objectives
  • Software integration 

See Our Projects

man picking orders in beverage distribution center

Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits

warehouse employee using AutoStore workstation computer

Best Buy


DICK'S Sporting Goods

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