Tired of checking whether a shipment was delivered or not? Fed up with calling around and hunting down the status of a particular load? At BR Williams, we understand these troubles all too well.
By implementing a capable, integrated warehouse management system (WMS) and other systems, you can solve your load tracking, and inventory tracking troubles. Ranging from sophisticated to a simple stand-alone system, load tracking and inventory tracking software can make a significant impact on the efficiency of your business. Not to mention, it can save you money.
Other key benefits of using load tracking and inventory tracking software include:
1. Real-time Data Tracking
Say goodbye to lost inventory with up-to-the-minute access to your tracking software. When each item is assigned a specific lot and serial number, you can track it through its entire lifecycle.
Real-time data is available for each load, including the load’s history, access documents, location, order status, assigned drivers, and more. Talk about using data to your advantage.
2. User-friendly and Customizable Interface
The robust software systems used by BR Williams are highly configurable and user-friendly. The systems are customizable based on your unique business needs.
As a customer, you can log into a web portal and view the status of all your shipments. You can search by various fields to find exactly what you need. All it takes is a quick 5-minute training, and you’ll be ready to go.
3. Instant Alerts and Notifications
Save time logging into the web portal to check up on shipments with instant alerts. You can configure your tracking software to promptly send you and other relevant recipients notifications upon pickup and delivery.
You can even include proof of delivery and who signed for the delivered item. Additional alert transmissions can be customized based on your business needs. The alerts can help you focus on your business and even identify potential issues before they become a problem.
4. Future-looking Technology
BR Williams’ trucking software partners use the most up-to-date technology. Shippers often run into issues establishing electronic data interchange (EDI) connectivity when a carrier uses a lower-level transportation management system or proprietary system.
Relying on constant innovation, our WMS and other software systems offer unparalleled EDI communication capabilities and the latest new technology. Don’t risk losing your competitive edge.
By investing in modern software systems, watch critical operations become streamlined, and your business enjoys greater efficiency.
5. A Committed Business Partner Who Cares
The scalability of technology allows BR Williams to offer tools superior or equal to our much larger competitors. Our company is large enough to be resourceful, but not so large you become just another customer when business gets busy. We treat our customers like they matter because they do.
Investing in a best in class load tracking and inventory tracking software to power your supply chain just makes good business sense. Take control of your load and inventory tracking, and manage every aspect of storage, shipment, and distribution.
The customized software system you need today can quickly grow as your business expands over time. If you’re looking for a warehousing and logistics company you can trust, contact BR Williams today to see how our software systems can benefit your business.
Never lose track of your inventory again! Request a FREE, no-obligation quote today to see how BR Williams can help improve your supply chain.
About BR Williams:
With humble beginnings back in 1958, BR Williams has grown into an award-winning supply chain management company servicing all 48 contiguous states and Canada. With facilities in Mobile AL; Piedmont, AL; Tallahassee, FL; Anniston, AL (two facilities); Eastaboga, AL; and Oxford, AL, B.R. Williams’ distribution network supports over 50 customers and another 2,550 in the Trucking and Logistics divisions. Industries served include the following: automotive, defense, home improvement, education, food raw materials, textiles, chemical, industrial packaging, metals (finished goods), highway safety and more.