Welcome to the ADSI June Newsletter…
A Pocket-Sized Shipping System?
Is a “pocket-sized” shipping system in your future? We think it is. As the race for smaller, friendlier, faster mobile computers continues to take the personal and business computing by storm, it’s also driving new creativity in the warehouse.
Right now, we’re getting ready to launch the latest versions of our order packing software and shipping software on the industry’s newest ergonomic mobile computers such as the Zebra TC8000 and the soon-to-be released wearable computers and ring scanners.
Click here to learn more about how mobile technology is pushing logistics into the world of robust, pocket-sized fulfillment solutions for a more productive warehouse staff.
Can a B2B e-Commerce Strategy Increase Revenues by 55%? Yes!
For B2B companies that have hesitated to add an online store as a sales channel, it may be time to reconsider. Sure, the time and financial investment can seem daunting, but the boost in sales can be tremendous.
According to a Forrester Research study of one hundred B2B companies who added online stores over a seven-year period, nearly 90% of respondents said e-commerce increased their annual revenues by 55% on average.
Read our blog to learn more about how to pay attention to buyer’s preferences and how to choose the right technology when analyzing opening an online store.
Video: Eliminate Errors & Unexpected Backcharges with ADSI’s Size-IT Scanner & Dimensioner
Capture and upload package dimensions in a flash with ADSI’s Size-IT mobile barcode scanner and package dimensioner.
Watch our new video to see how Size-IT allows you to measure package dimensions and upload them into your Ship-IT™ multi-carrier shipping software, UPS WorldShip® system, FedEx Ship Manager® or any system, fast and easy, while eliminating errors & unexpected backcharges.
When Were Cardboard Boxes Invented?
We take cardboard for granted nowadays, but shipping operations and expenses would look very different if we didn’t have flexible, lightweight cardboard boxes to pack orders. How long have they been around?
Do you have other interesting shipping trivia you’d like to share? Send it in and we’ll work up a short guest post with you!
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