Precision Software and Parceline Move Together to Improve Parcel Shipping

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Parceline and Precision Software have worked together to improve the parcel shipping procedures for a leading manufacturer of computer peripherals and connectivity solutions. Integration of the shippers systems with Parcelines system through TRAXi3 allows them to process all shipments via one system. International shipments are handled by Parcelines DPD network where state of the art technology and seamless operations infrastructure has enabled TRAXi3 to integrate processes from order entry to shipping and invoicing for both domestic and international shipping.

Toby Kay Technical Support Manager for Parceline said We are constantly striving to perfect the parcel shipping experience for our customers, TRAXi3 contributes to this. Now that Precision has the capability to produce our labelling and link to our systems we look forward to working with them on future projects.

Robert Campbell CEO for Precision Software EMEA added. We are seeing more and more demand for both carriers and systems that can manage both domestic and international shipments, were happy to say that TRAXi3 and Parceline together can meet all of these requirements.

Integration with a wide range of ERP, WMS and legacy systems is a standard feature of TRAXi3. In this case integration with the manufacturers Oracle Applications ERP suite means that data can be taken directly from the sales order system and used to create the necessary documentation, along with the Parceline labels and estimated freight costs. The TRAXi3 Routing Guide enables the shipper to determine in advance the most appropriate service for each shipment ensuring that costs are minimised. The end-of-day communication between TRAXi3 and Parceline, allows for faster processing of the shipments, accurate shipment specific tracking information and higher levels of visibility and customer service.

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