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Fully Connected Shipping
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Integrated Shipping with NetSuite WMS Lite

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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.

Using Freight Account Overrides for Better Billing Control

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As your shipping operations grow, there is a good chance that mixed freight terms and billing requirements will become more complex. You might pass along some shipping costs to customers as charges that appear on their invoices or sometimes your company will pay for shipping as a customer service. Your larger customers may have learned to aggregate their total carrier spend for better discounts and may want you to ship against their carrier account numbers. Another increasingly popular scenario is where shipping charges for orders received through online web sites such as Amazon will need to be shipped against an overall "corporate" account number. Today's post and demo video takes a closer look at using the Freight Account Overrides feature with Pacejet to simplify third party billing of shipments with NetSuite.

Are You Maximizing Your Shipping Workflow?

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Are you making the most of your shipping workflow? For many shippers, they need to ensure that their workflows are efficient and accurate, as they must fulfill orders and send out shipments in a timely manner.

What's the most efficient shipping workflow for your business? The answer depends on the types of shipments you send out the door each day, your shipping volume, average containers in a shipment, and many other factors. It's also key to know whether your goals are to reduce shipping rates, improve warehouse efficiency, improve customer service, or balance all three key outcomes.

High Volume Processing via the Shipping Workbench

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If you have been running Pacejet for awhile, you may be most familiar with the basic use-case for freight quoting or shipping that operates on one order or shipment at a time. It’s easy, straightforward, grab the order, pack it, rate-shop if you want, ship it, and move on to the next order. As you start moving towards high-volume shipping, it may no longer be sufficient to handle orders one at a time and you’ll start looking for tools that can speed things up, handle activities in groups, separate picking from packing, engage wedge scanners, or even pack together and ship multiple orders. That’s where you’ll want to look at processing workflows involving the Pacejet Shipping Workbench.

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 Fully Connected 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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