Airclic, a provider of cloud-based software for mobile supply chain and logistics operations, announced its next release of Transport Perform for third party logistics providers (3PLs).
Transport Perform 11.5 features new and enhanced capabilities that include internationalization, reverse logistics and cross-dock ‘receive versus delivered’ reporting.
Internationalization supports European and Asian languages.
Returns processing and enhanced support for reverse logistics enables dock-workers to accurately record the progress of returned items and provides a set of reports and returns data that increases supplier visibility into the returns process.
Cross-dock ‘receive versus delivered’ reporting summarizes reporting of all items received onto the dock versus those delivered.
Damages processing provides dock-workers and drivers the ability to more efficiently record damages, which can then be viewed in comprehensive item damage reports, suitable for transmission to customers.
Enhanced ‘proof of service’ reports provides web users with electronic service receipts (i.e. a full and accurate record of all activities at a customer stop, including signature) that are suitable for transmission to customers, the company says.
Improved handheld workflow for dock-worker and driver provides a means to review all transactions, revert any single transaction or revert all transactions at any time during a driver’s stop or a dockworker’s session.
“These enhancements drive the superior levels of accuracy and efficiency that our customers need to achieve a clear competitive edge in this industry,” said Mike Lee, CEO, Airclic.