Sage 200 is able to assist warehousing and distribution organisations in overcoming issues that they may face by providing advanced functionality for more demanding stock, warehousing and distribution requirements.


Datalinx Warehouse Manager 200 has been specifically designed to integrate with the Sage 200 Suite. It is the only Sage Certified and Sage Approved warehouse management system within the UK and Europe. In order to achieve this, it has been both independently tested and verified. This ensures that when Sage release updates to the Sage 200 suite Datalinx Warehouse Manager 200 will be compatible with the update, allowing the Sage user to upgrade their Sage and Datalinx system as and when necessary. Users are not then restricted, allowing them to run new versions of the Sage solutions with Datalinx Warehouse Manager 200 remaining compatible.


Warehouse Manager 200 provides real-time warehouse management, using wireless handheld scanners. It is one of the most flexible and sophisticated warehouse management systems for the Sage 200 market.


It is the most flexible warehouse and inventory management system for Sage 200 available today and has an impressive feature list including batch and serial number traceability. It also provides a practical solution to the problem of stocktaking batches and serial numbered products and the 'pick and hold' facility enables the marshalling of orders.

Goods receipt

Products can be receipted against:

• Purchase orders
• Batch numbers
• Best before dates
• Use by dates

Products can be labelled on receipt with customised barcoded labels relevant to the product type and delivery packaging.

Sales order picking

Picking operations can be guided by:

• Priority
• Physical properties
• Unique 'pick and hold' facility enables orders to be marshalled prior to dispatch

 Stock Taking
• Perpetual stock take
• Batch & serial number stock takes
• Reconciliations

Transfers and warehouse operations

• Bin-to-bin
• Location-to-location
• Batch & serial number traceability
• Product code across multiple references
• Barcode labelling using custom labels