onesie-twosie

onesie-twosie

Individually; one at a time; in small batches or amounts at a time. You'll save yourself a heap of time if you just create a template for printing standard letters, rather than drafting them onesie-twosie from scratch.
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Common across most of the advanced WMS offerings, this capability is less used by the 30% of companies that have "less sophisticated, complex warehouses that are still using onesie-twosie, paper-printout, ad-hoc processes," says Reiser.
"These are all onesie-twosie things that operators say they definitely feel at the end of a shift," Carlin says.
In terms of overall diversity, I think that unfortunately we're still at the onesie-twosie. One of the unintended outcomes is that people falsely relax around diversity.
Much of this technology, however, is still at the "onesie-twosie" level; i.e., there are some devices out there, much research proceeds on some esoteric projects, but there is not much in the way of product.