Enables Customers, Suppliers and Carriers to Collaborate in Real Time to Manage Inventory Deployment, Reduce Costs and Increase Customer Satisfaction
(PRWEB) December 2, 2004 -- ShipXpress Inc. today announces the availability
of Release 3.0 of its REALTIMEcollaboration software.
The development of REALTIMEcollaboration is based on four years of customer experience. With this release, the ShipXpress Inventory-in-Motion suite of application software offers improved functionally for:
· Secure Selective sharing of real-time business information.
· Rules-driven alerts to designated members of the supply chain.
· Expanded report generation capabilities for individual users.
This release incorporates features that reduce mistakes associated with the use of outdated, inconsistent, or incorrect data and improve decision-making on shipment quantities, timing, and freight mode.
Overall benefits include: fewer stock-outs, improved warehouse & inventory efficiencies, lower transportation costs and increased customer satisfaction.
Three examples of customer deployment of REALTIMEcollaboration serve to highlight its value:
· A Fortune 50 building-products retailer used REALTIMEcollaboration to manage the emergency deployment of inventory to meet hurricane-driven demand. The application provided timely information to selected vendors, transportation carriers and internal staff about the status of critical inventories, options to be considered and the corrective actions to be taken.
· A Global 100 chemical supplier deployed REALTIMEcollaboration to provide visibility of shipments to thousands of its customers. By linking its supply chain, customers have timely visibility of their shipments and accordingly can take corrective action to minimize the impact of any delays.
· A Fortune 500 agribusiness company improved its customer satisfaction level by enabling its sales representatives, logistics managers and customers to manage delivery of essential agricultural products using REALTIMEcollaboration.
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