The new shipping integration includes features like automated label printing and generation of import-export documents from warehouse packing stations.
The carrier integrations will provide seamless user experiences its apparel, footwear and accessory customers in Europe, North America and Australia. The integration generates the appropriate legal documents required for orders destined for delivery in different countries.
Charles Benoualid, VP, research and development, Visual 2000, said, “Creating omni-channel success depends on a solid and efficient fulfillment system. Without automated shipping processes, businesses struggle to scale their operations and end up needing to cut corners, especially when it comes to the channel-agnostic consumer.”
“Customers appreciate that they can now print labels, get rate estimates, generate end-of-day manifests and communicate with carrier headquarters, directly from their ScanPack station. They used to have to manually connect to the carrier machine to do something as simple as print a label, but it is now all accessible through Visual ERP.net using direct APIs,” Benoualid further added. (HO)
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