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Envase Webinar Series Recap: Track and Trace

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How much time do your dispatchers spend tracking down containers each day? Knowing the where & when of containers shouldn’t be a cost center; it should be table stakes.

What if — instead of jumping between windows, browsers and programs — you could trace containers from one screen? What if that screen was your TMS? 

For Profit Tools users, that is a reality.

Track & Trace is Envase’s container tracing solution that exists within Profit Tools — and allows your dispatchers to actually spend their time dispatching instead of looking for containers all day.

In our recent webinar we had the pleasure of Tony Eaton giving a high-level demo of Track & Trace in PT, and opening up the floor to an awesome rapid fire Q&A session with the webinar audience. So without further ado, the webinar!

Thank you to everyone who attended the live webinar and asked questions, it’s awesome feedback and we are looking forward to taking ideas back to our team.

If you are a Profit Tools customer interested in learning more about Track & Trace and implementing it, please reach out to your account manager and they will happily work with you to get you the information you need! And please reach out to Kevin with any outstanding questions at kevin.mccahill@wisetechglobal.com.

P.S. Be on the lookout for a more in-depth demo of Track & Trace that will dive into some of the audience questions in more detail!

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