ScanData is a parcel transportation management solution (PTMS) that caters to businesses across various industries such as general retail, pharmaceutical, product cataloging, apparel and more. It can be either deployed on-premise or hosted in the cloud.
ScanData's key features include shipping and manifesting, service disruption handling, label generation and returns services. The solution supports various distribution models via integration with users' existing e-commerce and warehouse management systems. It also supports international shipping from APO/FPO shipments to global delivery.
Additionally, ScanData helps users to create carrier-certified shipping labels along with pick tickets, invoices and documentation in multiple formats. It also features a built-in reporting engine, a shipment tracking module and supports integration with various order management, supply chain management, transportation management and accounting systems. Carrier integrations include FedEx FSMS, UPS, USPS e-VS and more.
Support to users is offered via phone, email and an online support portal.
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Number of employees: 51-200 employees
Value for money
Clients have made mention to the application's financial benefits through improvement in processes and carrier routing optimization as well as the data analytics that are derived to enhance strategic planning. The teams customer service is exceptional and a model for the industry.
Our customers have commented on the flexibility, configurability, ease of implementation, and overall ability to support the challenges within the changing marketplace for all modes of transportation.
Our clients are extremely satisfied with the SCANDATA application and have not addressed any issues with the technology or serviceReview Source: Capterra
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees
Value for money
SD is very responsive to requests and quick to implement solutions.
Response time is minimal. Negligible number of scandata-owned errors over large quantities of message requests.
Some host system downtime required to perform updates.