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Ron Lee

Ron Lee
Software and Cloud entrepreneur, technologist, marketer. CTO, CMO, and Co-Founder of @pacejet.
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Easier and More Accurate Shipping to Retailers with Multi-Level Scan-Pack

Videos, New Features

Shipping to retailers can require businesses to meet a complex set of demands including GS1/UCC128 labeling of pallets, cartons, and master packs along with more rigorous data capture for Advanced Ship Notice (ASN) EDI transmission. Failing to comply with customer requirements can include costly charge-backs, cancellation of orders, or even the loss of a customer altogether. Pacejet is excited to announce our Multi-Level Scan-Pack solution, a more advanced form of our popular Scan-Pack module built to support easier and more accurate shipping to retailers.

Read on to learn more and see the video demo.

How do you compete with Amazon and UPS using your return policy

Tips and Tricks, Strategy

It’s been over a year since industry giants Amazon and UPS both introduced new return shipping tools and policies that directly impacted retailers. On October 2nd, 2017, Amazon launched a policy that “automatically authorizes” returns for customers receiving orders through the fulfilled by seller shipping program. In tandem with this new process, UPS also announced a streamlined return policy that enables customers to easily print prepaid return labels.

But how has any of this affected your business? What steps have you put in place to help your customers return with ease? 

Advanced Warehousing within Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations

webinar

Hosted by Pacejet, alongside integration partner Client’s First Business Solutions, this live webinar will review a start to finish shipment within Advanced Warehousing in a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations ERP. Discover how Pacejet can help Dynamics 365 users save money on shipping, increase efficiencies, and streamline their shipping processes.

Read on to learn more.

Perspectives from Summit, the Microsoft Cloud Offers Broad Appeal for Business

Events, Microsoft

Team Pacejet spent some time in Phoenix last week as a sponsor of the Microsoft Dynamics User Group Summit; we came away impressed. It's no secret that Office 365 cloud has been growing fast, Azure has rocketed into second place behind AWS, and Microsoft recently announced 19% year over year revenue growth (Microsoft rises on earnings beat). And with 50% more users attending Summit this year, it looks like Microsoft has found their cloud software mojo.

Because Summit is a Dynamics ERP users event with a complex business community running AX, NAV, and GP versions, it was not surprising to see competing priorities across platforms and concerns about moving from on-premise to cloud. But this year's unified 365 branding, growing maturity of the Dynamics Business Central cloud platform, and clear path from on-premise to cloud technology created evident enthusiasm in the user community. While it might seem counter-intuitive, Microsoft's experience in maturing their own cloud-based ERP is driving them to offer expanded enterprise solutions that can benefit users running any ERP.

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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