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FPOS - Freight management Software

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FPOS - Freight management Software

FPOS has been developed by a team with over 40 years experience in transport, warehousing and freight systems.

FPOS has been designed to be user friendly with no steep learning curves. This makes FPOS the easiest yet most powerful dispatch system available for Multi-Carrier users.

Warehouse store personnel take less than 45 minutes training to use FPOS to create freight labels, generate connotes and manifests on their own.

FPOS produces carrier compliant labels and consignment notes (hard and soft copy) to suit all major transport companies.

Data is transferred to the carriers in their required format by either FTP or Email - free of charge. Other key features of the FPOS System include:

FPOS is fully network enabled on your LAN / WAN, allowing multiple user access to create shipments or use any of the many features available, like a freight costs enquiry, confirmation of dispatch, expense reports and freight invoice reconciliations.

FPOS does not require special stationery for labels or connotes.

The System is designed to use carrier supplied label stationery and for those carriers still requiring a hard copy consignment note, three (3) copies can be printed on one sheet of plain A4 paper.

FPOS also provides a paperless transaction (no consignment notes) by downloading the consignment note to your carriers, free of charge.

FPOS provides many benefits to its users, as well as substantial cost savings when compared to existing methods.

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Please take the time to browse our site, identify the benefits you can employ in just a few days using FPOS and confirm the savings.

For more information watch our Video Tutorial or for a free cost analysis contact us for an obligation free demonstration, cost comparison and benefit analysis.

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