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The science of shipping with Pacejet

See you at SyteLine User Network (SUN) Conference next week?

Are you planning to attend the SyteLine User Network (SUN) Conference February 26-28th, 2018 in Dallas, TX? Pacejet is gearing up for the conference. Want to meet up with us? We've got two ways to connect with us during the event.

Join Karen Stainbrook, Bill Marshall, and Kurt Peterson in the Expo Hall at Booth #21 throughout the conference. We will be there to interact with customers and to provide information about Pacejet's solution to shipping and order fulfillment over the course of the conference. Trusted by SyteLine users, we worked with Single Source Systems to re-architect and upgrade our shipping solution to provide a more native experience. If you have yet to check it out, now is a great time.


You won't want to miss our session, You are Definitely (NOT) Getting the Best Shipping Rates with Karen Stainbrook, VP of Operations at Pacejet. She'll walk you through how leading companies use Pacejet's cloud-based shipping software to gain valuable insights from their shipping data and use it to fuel business growth. 

This is a great opportunity to learn from Karen on February 28th at 11:30am in the Maverick room. Her depth of knowledge on both Pacejet and SyteLine make this definitely worth staying till the end of the last day!

Learn how to make the best carrier decisions and make shippers more efficient so that you can reduce costs and get more shipments out the door each day.

Ready to learn more now? You can get a head start on the event and download our data sheet on carrier solutions, read about the Amazonification of the Universe and more. We hope to meet you at SUN 2018 in a few weeks.



Topics: Events, Infor, Partners

Pacejet loves to uncover shipping trends and truths that help us improve customer operations, save money, and move businesses forward. That's why we believe in the science of shipping—because companies are ever-evolving and data, analytics, and flashes of brilliance can help you get where you want to go.

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