NetSuite Launches Ship Central App to Improve Warehouse Operations

The app aims to help organizations optimize operations, eliminate manual processes and speed customer deliveries.

At its annual SuiteWorld Conference in Las Vegas on Sept. 28, Oracle NetSuite unveiled NetSuite Ship Central, a new mobile application that helps organizations optimize operations, eliminate manual processes and accelerate customer deliveries. The solution equips warehouse workers with packing and shipping capabilities on a mobile or kiosk device.

“Now, more than ever, warehouse operations are under pressure to increase output without additional resources to do so,” said Evan Goldberg, founder and EVP, Oracle NetSuite. “With NetSuite Ship Central, we are extending our capabilities to help customers further automate time-consuming warehouse operations to increase output and efficiencies. By making it easier to consolidate shipments, adjust shipping routes for cost efficiency, and customize workflows to meet business demands, Ship Central provides intelligence and insights to further optimize the fulfillment process, decreasing cost and increasing customer satisfaction.”

NetSuite Ship Central

Together with NetSuite Warehouse Management System (WMS), Ship Central provides end-to-end capabilities for picking, packing and shipping products. It eliminates unnecessary steps in the preparation and shipping process and helps organizations track packages faster, determine the best carrier based on delivery date or location type, print shipping labels and create documentation. The mobile application helps organizations optimize fulfillment processes and minimize shipping costs and transit times.

With NetSuite Ship Central, organizations can:

  • Locate shipments easily
  • Combine multiple shipments
  • Work across multiple shipping carriers
  • Print and reprint labels at any point
  • Track packages in real-time, and
  • Customize ship processes

NetSuite Ship Central will be available worldwide in November.

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