FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Clearwater, FL (January 11, 2016) Supply chain software developer Datex recently announced its partnership with award-winning multi-carrier shipping software and IT solutions provider ProShip, Inc. An industry leader in enterprise-wide shipping and manifesting solutions, ProShip serves clients around the world and integrates seamlessly with Datex supply chain technology solutions.
Known for its development of warehouse management and supply chain software, Datex has attained the highest level of Microsoft Gold Partner Competency for Software Application Development, the highest level of partnership in the Microsoft network. “Partnering with ProShip, a Microsoft Business Solutions Provider is a natural fit for Datex,” explained Michael Armanious, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Datex. “Our two companies have a natural synergy and complement each other’s technology solutions very well. Together our applications provide a seamless shipping process with excellent visibility and tracking capabilities.”
Datex and ProShip Software offer an ideal solution for highly complex operations within third party logistics providers, manufacturers, as well as all other warehousing and distribution operations. Both solutions are easily integrated, provide a full suite of reports with online visibility and will streamline shipping operations and simplify reverse logistics processing.
“When used together, the Datex/ProShip solution provides businesses with the ability to configure by workflow, maintain high volume throughput in high velocity operations, while providing immediate visibility of inventory and shipments throughout the warehouse to final destination,” said Nathan Rucker, Director of Strategic Accounts for ProShip, Inc.
“Datex clients that select ProShip Software will have exceptional ability to ensure compliance with carrier rules and requirements and can feel confident that they are making sound decisions based on their ability to shop carrier rates and services. For everyone, it is a ‘win-win’ situation,” said Armanious.
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 using state-of-the-art technology including Microsoft based supply chain software, mobile devices and services including EDI and mobile device management services. For more information on Datex supply chain technology solutions, please visit the Datex website or contact Laura Olson, Director of Sales and Marketing at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 727.571.4159.
About ProShip, Inc.
ProShip, Inc., a Neopost company, is a global provider of enterprise-wide, multi-carrier shipping and manifesting software solutions. Installed at thousands of customer sites around the world, the ProShip® Product Suite has the fastest, most carrier-compliant services in the industry, integrates seamlessly with host systems and features a unified shipping process for mid- to high-volume small parcel, LTL and TL shipments. ProShip is dedicated to providing exceptional customer support, as well as supply chain and technology expertise. ProShip is an IBM® Advanced Business Partner, SAP® Certified, Oracle Partner and Microsoft® Business Solutions Provider. For more information, please visit www.proshipinc.com.
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