DISTRIBUTION AND LOGISTICS
Complete control of all inventory and assets in real-time
Delivering the Value of RFID Technology
for Distributors and Logistics Services Providers
Deploying RFID technology is a challenge. However, the increased speed, inventory accuracy and visibility that RFID brings to the entire distribution and logistics process is proven. MSM Solutions’ PortalTrack® makes it easy for you to integrate RFID across a variety of business processes and existing data collection technologies.
With PortalTrack Distribution and Logistics, you make the rules — we don't.
Whether you’re tracking cases, pallets or individual items, PortalTrack inventory tracking software will allow you to spend less time on asset management while simultaneously increasing accuracy and inventory levels. Designed on a scalable platform, MSM Solutions’ PortalTrack software operates as a standalone or integrated data management tool for information passed through RFID and barcode systems.
Gain real-time visibility to the information passed through fixed RFID readers and mobile computing devices to monitor stock levels, product location, shipping, receiving and pick/pack order verification. PortalTrack’s cloud-based architecture ensures that all of your locations stay centrally connected and critical data is easily accessed through customized reporting features, web-based dashboards and email alerts.
Our serialized RFID item, case and pallet-level inventory management system greatly increases accuracy, speed and traceability over traditional barcode systems. PortalTrack software empowers users to automate labor intensive activities and make critical business decisions on the fly using any Windows, Windows Mobile, iOS or Android device. PortalTrack’s sensor-based technology allows you to monitor in real-time the temperature, humidity and geographic location of critical assets in transit, permitting users to instantaneously re-route or troubleshoot potentially costly mistakes.
Popular Use Cases for PortalTrack Distribution and Logistics
Core Benefits of PortalTrack Distribution and Logistics
Reduces Operational Costs
Automated processes and real-time inventory management significantly reduces labor and error costs associated with manual processes.
Increase Supply Chain Efficiency
Real-time visibility into all aspects of operations from source to shelf with comprehensive reporting and performance.
Best Total Cost of Ownership
PortalTrack is a scalable solution with a tailored cost structure that can start with a single application and extend into a global enterprise solution and beyond.
Backed by MSM Solutions Support
Complete turn-key support, integration and installation with best in class technical support on the lifetime of the product.
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