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Palletrac Set to Revolutionise Warehouse Management

09th March 2012 03:58

Minster has launched a software solution to manage pallet storage that answers the needs of customers.

In a process that went back to basics and analysed pallet management practises, Palletrac was created to provide a tool to track each pallet, from delivery through to dispatch, and transform warehouse administration.

Palletrac has been designed to evolve as a business grows. It is available both as a standalone package for new customers and as an additional module for the existing Minster logistics solution. It also allows the user to enter data manually with a paper driven system or migrate to full voice control.

The software provides a complete end to end solution commencing with the creation of a new client. It then tracks the movement of each pallet within the warehouse environment generating an automated invoice using supplied conditions, such as length of time stored, which is available at the point of release.

Palletrac is a perfect fit for third party storage sites as it provides flexible options for managing multiple clients’ activity. Upon receiving a storage request the software displays how much space is available in the warehouse at that time and how many pallets of the supplied size can be received. All data is stored using SQL databases and has integrated online backups as standard. As with Minster’s core logistics software, Palletrac’s .net interface offers SaaS (Software as a Service) application or traditional installation on site.

Neil Livingstone, Head of Development at Minster, said:
“Palletrac marks the start of a very exciting time for Minster. Although this product is completely new we hope to review, update, improve and release more Minster components as independent modules in the near future."

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