Aptean SSCC for Food and Beverage
Create serial shipping container codes (SSCC) for your customers and improve your shipping process.
Serial shipping container codes (SSCC) are a vital piece of an effective shipping management strategy. Our solution takes SSCC and goes a step further by allowing for the creation of customer-specific SSCC requirements, guiding employees through the code-assignment process, and printing labels with an SSCC.
Ship The Right Pallets To The Right Customers
Aptean SSCC for Food and Beverage gives you the ability to configure customer-specific SSCC requirements, and will even alert employees with a notification if a requirement is not met during the pre-shipment process. Employees are also guided through the process of creating an SSCC code which ensures the pallet data is correct. Of course, there are sometimes deviations in the SSCC number series used by your business and your end customer. Our solution solves for this by giving you the ability to define differences in number series on a customer-level, eliminating ambiguity and further reducing the possibility of errors. Lastly, you’re able to print and label SSCC information on the shipments which can then be provided to your customer for tracking purposes.
Create Specific Codes – Setup SSCC numbers on a company or customer level
Stay Flexible – Setup customer demands on mixed or homogenous pallets
Reduce Common Errors – User-friendly, guided process of creating SSCC to minimize mistakes
Access Past Orders – Full history with container contents available
Reprint Labels – Any label can be reprinted at any time in case of damage
Aptean SSCC for Food & Beverage is free to use for the first 30 days. A paid subscription is required after the trial expires. Please contact us for more information on the pricing.
This app supports both the Essential and Premium editions of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (which must be installed in advance).
Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Malaysia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Spanish, and Swiss German.