Pacejet worked with Single Source Systems to produce a new webinar on the Pacejet integrated shipping software solution for the Infor CloudSuite Industrial (SyteLine) ERP. We've worked with Single Source Systems to completely re-architect and upgrade the Pacejet integration, making it more native to the SyteLine platform. One of the key features is increased access to hundreds of carriers. For those of you who are using SyteLine or exploring their ERP solution, this is a great opportunity to see how Pacejet can help you reduce shipping costs and improve efficiency. Learn more by viewing our webinar, which includes a demonstration with Pacejet CTO Ron Lee.
If you've been considering adding NetSuite WMS Lite to your NetSuite ERP configuration, you'll be pleased to learn that Pacejet shipping software supports this new warehouse add-on. Using NetSuite WMS Lite with Pacejet allows you to introduce mobile RF scanning for warehouse operations like receiving, putaway, cycle counts, or picking in combination with Pacejet for packing and multi-carrier shipping.
This video demonstrates how NetSuite WMS Lite works with Pacejet to help you further streamline and improve fulfillment.
How much extra sales growth could you deliver with more complete and accurate quotes for shipping costs? What if those freight quotes could include expanded options such as LTL / freight service or even low-cost regional parcel delivery? Even if we only look at the impact on ecommerce sales alone, there are three consistent themes in almost every source of research: 1) shipping charges kill sales conversions, 2) unexpected shipping costs are the number one reason for shopping cart abandonment, and 3) abandon rates are between 20-30%. Today's post takes a closer look at how to improve freight quoting and includes a demo video of how to use the Pacejet API with the Pacejet network of parcel, LTL, 3PL carriers to better answer the question "how much will it cost to ship?"
December can be a stressful month for many business shippers as extra demand, tighter deadlines, and labor challenges often force some visible "stress fractures" in order fulfillment processes. Common examples of an over-stressed fulfillment process include slow-downs and delays from surging volumes, increased costs from expedited shipping requests, more lost, damaged, or mistaken shipments, and larger-than-normal gaps between what you expected a shipment to cost and what shows up on the carrier invoice. It's not much fun, we don't need to tell YOU that, but what if those end of year stresses could be put to good use making next year better? The good news about all the end of year rush and stress is that it will give you an oversized set of data to highlight improvement strategies. Here are some of our top recommendations for using all that extra shipping data and your end of year challenges to make NEXT year less stressful.
Read on to learn about turning end of year challenges into improvements for the new year ...