TAKE Supply Chain Releases Next Version of OneSCM Mid-Market SaaS.
TAKE Supply Chain, a division of TAKE Solutions and a leader in the Supply Chain Management (SCM) sector, today announced an update release of OneSCM, a leading SaaS-based supply chain collaboration software solution focused on helping mid-market companies increase operating margin through better management of extended supply chain operations.
Featured in this release is the addition of order fulfillment update tools that allow suppliers/trading partners to reduce shipping errors and minimize delays. Suppliers are now able to make expedited updates to Advanced Shipping Notifications (ASNs) and Parcel Tracking Numbers (PTNs) based on changes that may occur during the packout and shipping phases of order fulfillment. Compliant package labels are also updated and can be reprinted quickly.
“Changes at pack out and shipping can happen on a regular basis, and can often cause receiving, inventory and invoicing errors,” said Donna Fritz, VP of Marketing & Product Management, TAKE Supply Chain. “We are delighted to offer this additional level of flexibility in OneSCM to increase order fulfillment accuracy between supplier and buyer.”
This update release also includes responsive help for users accessing OneSCM via mobile devices such as tablets and smart phones. Information is formatted for the specific device, improving the user experience and expediting access to support content.
A demonstration of the new OneSCM release can be requested through the company’s website at takesupplychain.com or by calling 1-800-324-5143. For more information about OneSCM, please visit onescm.com.
TAKE Solutions, is a leading global business technology company that delivers world-class software and services solutions for more than 400 leading companies. TAKE Supply Chain’s OneSCM® and GeminiSeries® product suites include distinct technology with embedded IP that delivers expanded supplier collaboration, enterprise mobility, material tracking and configurable workflow automation.
Headquartered in Chennai, India; TAKE drives its Global Delivery Center from India and the Middle East. U.S. headquarters are located in Princeton, New Jersey, with the Supply Chain Domain Excellence Center in Austin, Texas.