TECSYS introduces last-mile delivery management

TECSYS (Booth B2615), a supply chain management software company, announced today a Delivery Management Solution for the last mile that empowers regional distribution organizations and 3PLs to thrive in customer service in the digital era and achieve a significant competitive advantage.

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TECSYS (Booth B2615), a supply chain management software company, announced today a Delivery Management Solution for the last mile that empowers regional distribution organizations and 3PLs to thrive in customer service in the digital era and achieve a significant competitive advantage.

“In today’s world, customer experience is king, stated Bill Denbigh, Director, Logistics Product Marketing at TECSYS, “Customer service expectations and the increasing cost of commercial carriers have driven many regional distribution organizations to take on the last mile delivery to their customers themselves. The question remains: can they compete with world-class courier companies on dependability, transparency, and efficiency?”

TECSYS’ Delivery Management solution is a powerful end-to-end event tracking and delivery management mobile system for a distribution organization; in-house courier and internal deliveries, including all unattended or unscheduled pickups and deliveries. It enables logistics management to create, pickup and deliver shipments directly from a smartphone and offers their customers real-time, online traceability of shipments similar to the functionality offered by major international parcel shipping organizations.

“While it is a stand-alone solution, its full integration with our WMS means that there are no barriers for optimum process flows, resulting in uninterrupted order fulfillment and holistic visibility for logistics management throughout the order cycle,“ added Denbigh.


Modex 2018 is scheduled to be held April 9-12 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. The tradeshow will showcase the latest manufacturing, distribution and supply chain solutions in the materials handling and logistics industry. Modern’s complete coverage of the show.


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