PRECISION 17.2 Includes Enhanced Web UI and Powerful Analytics
Santa Barbara, CA /PRNewswire/ - Precision Software, an industry-leading provider of global trade management and transportation execution solutions, has announced the release of PRECISION 17.2, the next-generation version of its global shipping software. Precision Software is a division of QAD Inc. (NASDAQ: QADA) (NASDAQ: QADB).
"PRECISION 17.2 includes several major enhancements, as well as security updates, performance improvements and easier configuration," said Precision Software President, Steve Gardner.
The latest release offers effective embedded analytics with richer configurable capabilities for transportation execution and trade compliance; a more refined process for researching compliance failures, new workflow auditing captures and upgraded compression capabilities to reduce the growth of compliance databases. PRECISION 17.2 also incorporates enhancements to the Freight Bill Audit & Pay solution, including detailed cost reporting, invoice dispute handling and simplified tax calculation.
"We continually strive to improve the PRECISION solution and simplify global trade and transportation management," said Gardner. "Our latest release is the most robust version of PRECISION, but it is also the easiest to use. The intuitive web UI allows users to easily analyze their data, while the configurable dashboards and charts with drill-down capabilities offer greater visibility across an enterprise's entire global trade and transportation operations. This allows for better decision-making and improved business outcomes."
About Precision Software – Trusted Global Trade and Transportation Execution
Precision Software, a division of QAD Inc., (NASDAQ: QADA) (NASDAQ: QADB), provides industry-leading global trade management, transportation execution and multi carrier shipping software solutions from a single, integrated platform. Pre-eminent industry leaders in every region of the world rely on our global support centers to leverage thousands of carriers and manage millions of shipping transactions every day. The PRECISION solution's open architecture allows for easy integration with leading Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) and existing legacy solutions. An ISO-certified company, Precision Software assists companies around the world to minimize shipping costs, optimize first mile and last mile deliveries, avoid compliance delays and mitigate the risks associated with dynamic trading environments. Precision Software's customers span multiple industries including banking and finance, life sciences, high technology, retail, industrial, automotive, higher education and public sector as well as logistics providers. For more information about Precision Software, visit www.precisionsoftware.com or email email@example.com.
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