Introduced recently, the new Datex ePortal includes a suite of tools that provide customers of 3PLs with the ability to access and use information whenever and wherever needed without the aid of customer service representatives from the contracted third party logistics provider.

“The new web portal truly enables self-serve operations and saves 3PLs time, money and labor,” explained Andy Armanious, Vice President of Development for Datex. “Our new easy-to-use web portal frees up the 3PL as well as its customers. Once 3PL customers have been provided with access to their web portal, they can act as their own administrators and if needed, provide access to their own clients. It eliminates the need to ask for reports or operational details from the 3PL. All the information will be at the 3PL customer’s fingertips.”

Because the new Datex FootPrint® 3PL WMS web portal is self-serve, it will reduce the amount of time and labor needed for labor by customer service representatives, enabling it to reduce operational costs and free up valuable workers. If a 3PL does not want to administer its own portal, Datex can provide assistance.

About Datex
A Microsoft Gold Partner, Datex provides flexible, reliable supply chain technology solutions to help make businesses more profitable. In successful operation since 1978, Datex has helped companies operate more efficiently and productively. Datex can provide state-of-the-art technology including award winning Microsoft-based warehouse management software, mobile devices and services such as EDI and mobile device management. Datex FootPrint® WMS relies on workflow to power accurate, efficient productive business processes. Using a workflow-based warehouse management system enables companies to fast-track implementations, save costly professional fees and valuable time. For more information, please contact Datex at https://www.datexcorp.com.

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