Deltion Launch Ground-breaking Real Time Logistics and Transport Management Solution - System Integration from Production Schedule, Primary and Secondary Transport

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Deltion has launched Version 5.0 of its award winning Cloud Computing transport management solution, CarrierNet Version 5.0 that has significant enhancements both in in-depth operational features and functionality and in an improved user interface. Deltion has also launched an updated website to showcase the solution - http://www.deltion.co.uk.

Denis O'Sullivan, Managing Director of Deltion, believes that companies are recognising the major benefits that real-time systems bring to logistics operations. "The management of supply chain events on a timely basis is only available using Internet technology. There is a growing demand for visibility and collaboration and also for instant exception alerts," he said.

"CarrierNet delivers all of this and more. Version 5.0 enables the management of the order allocation process linking the steps from production scheduling and stock management, through own-fleet and sub-contract management including all primary and secondary management steps."

"Because CarrierNet continues to be delivered as Software as a Service it is ideal for many companies who need to bring their aging IT infrastructure and the logistics solutions running on it up-to-date. CarrierNet brings the latest technology without the need for investment and gives companies competitive advantage with an award winning world-class solution".

CarrierNet Logistics and Transport Management New Features

  •     Order and load processing linked to stock allocation and production schedule
  •     End-to-end transport management

o    Primary and secondary
o    Management of multi-tiered transport operations
o    Allocation of orders, loads, collections to approved carriers and sub contractors
o    Automatic carrier selection by lane
o    Additional collaboration and visibility tools

  •     Improved planners view of vehicle utilisation
  •     Load allocation and management linked to shift resources
  •     Gatehouse and security monitoring of on-site vehicles and drivers
  •     Enhanced billing management including self billing for any supply chain partner

User Interface Enhancements

  •     Rich Graphical User Interface and enhanced usability
  •     Revamped Interactive Planning
  •     Integrated map planning with geographical view of orders and routes
  •     User roles setup and configurable user screen and report views based on roles
  •     Enhanced Inline editing
  •     Export to excel facility from all important planning screens

For further information contact:

Denis O'Sullivan FCILT
Managing Director, Deltion Ltd
denis(dot)osullivan(at)deltion(dot)co(dot)uk
http://www.deltion.co.uk
020 8894 3200
07710-820979

About Deltion

Deltion's award willing CarrierNet is recognised internationally as the leading web based application for supply chain, logistics and transport management. Feltham UK based Deltion is a world leader in Cloud Computing and Software as a Service (SaaS) applications

The success of CarrierNet is based on more than 20 years of experience developing solutions for logistics and transport operations. Deltion's management team developed it as the first web based SaaS solution in order to provide a world class real-time software service for manufacturers, retailers and logistics and transport companies - in fact any organisation with the need to manage and control both in-house and outsourced and sub-contracted logistics in real time.

CNO sets the standard of providing managers of any logistics operation with a real time Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime solution that enhances efficiency and service levels while reducing operating costs. The CNO cost model charges on a transaction basis - pay only for what you do and what you need today, not what you once needed or might need tomorrow. This is revolutionary by any standard and has earned CNO several awards.

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