Logistics companies around the world are streamlining operations, increasing efficiency and cutting printing costs by using ScriptX, the global standard for controlling the printing of browser-hosted content on Microsoft Windows. Customer research has found that over 60 million business-critical documents, including shipping labels, invoices, consignment notes and other logistics documentation are now printed every year by logistics companies using ScriptX.
Within the logistics industry ScriptX is used by shippers, transport companies, couriers and postal services. Customers include Carrier Logistics Inc. (CLI), Railway Express Distribution, Australia Post and Express Couriers. For example, CLI is using ScriptX’s Direct (RAW) printing option as part of its FACTS™ transportation management system which is deployed by shipping, logistics and courier customers around the globe, who range from regional carriers to multi-national operators.
The use of ScriptX enables the single click processing of orders entered into CLI’s e-commerce web product, now used by hundreds of logistics companies. This delivers a better customer experience and faster service as orders are automatically processed and shipping documents printed on the end user’s printer without the need for additional mouse clicks.
“We’re 100% committed to ensuring our logistics customers provide the best and most efficient possible service to their customers,” said Ben Wiesen, VP of Products and Support, Carrier Logistics. “ScriptX is an intrinsic part of our FACTS system, benefiting our customers through low cost of ownership, quick deployment and a seamless end user experience, wherever they are located. It really is at the heart of the workflow within our customers’ operations.”