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What Does SaaS Mean to 3PL Providers?

The Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) or on-demand delivery model allows you to pay for only the technologies and functions that you need, and at the time that you want. This can dramatically lower your initial investment cost.

And by utilizing our resources (IT personnel, hardware, software and etc) instead of yours, we help you to significantly bring down the on-going system running cost. And at the same you are still enjoying a more rich and comprehensive functions when compare to running your own WMS system



3PL-Total SaaS-based Warehouse Management System offers a complete set of inventory management capability to you at a fraction of the cost of a traditional WMS system. This immediately equips you with competitive I.T. capabilities and allows you to keep focus on your core business and operation.

Immediate Benifits for 3PL Providers

  • High customer satisfication by inventory accuracy and visibility
  • Higher space utilization and productivity
  • Better information sharing and collaboration with your customers
  • Real time automated reporting and alerts (eg. SMS)
  • Multi-level handling unit (Order Batch, Pallet, Carton, Inner-carton, Item)
  • And More ...

  • Immediate Benifits for 3PL Customers

  • Online real time inventory status and fulfillment status
  • Share the same information and pro-actively collaborate with 3PL
  • Report (eg. Sales Report, Inventory Turnover Report, Replenishment Reports etc) from actual operation data and logistic activities
  • Inbound & outbound transaction information from actual operation log
  • Real time alerts (eg. SMS) from logistic operation check points
  • And More ...
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