Visibility Service is replete with a rich set of search features for global transport status, including searches by B/L, invoice, PO, or item number; searches based on various additional criteria; and direct searches based on flights, ship names, and ETDs/ETAs. This enables tracking based on the optimal information density for the customer.
By using searches in conjunction with custom views, results can be viewed in list-form. There is also a smartphone app that can be used to perform simple transport searches.
Inventory stored at, taken out of, and brought into locations around the globe, as well as overseas inventory in transit and long-term stagnant inventory retained in all warehouses can be centrally managed in the single platform, based on the customer’s global supply chain strategy. This helps reduce surplus inventory on a global scale and to respond to sudden fluctuations of demand.
With Visibility Service, you can manage documents relating to various logistics operations, including B/Ls, invoices, and parts lists. Using a smartphone app in conjunction with the service, you can also easily upload photographs to accompany damage reports, field reports, and other documents, allowing you to share the photographs globally. Because document management is performed in the cloud, you can make it so that only designated users can view documents, improving security.
Custom views processed into customer-defined layouts can be provided, based on vast quantities of logistics data (Big Data) concerning the customer. The service also allows for the use of customer-specific search keys and more advanced custom screens when the customer uploads internal business data.
Visibility Service enables the generation of customer-defined reports and data analysis by configuring the service beforehand to utilize graphs, pivot tables, macros, and other Excel-specific tabulation features. The service also enables periodic reporting to customers utilizing an automatic email-based distribution feature for the reports that are generated. By sending reports to smartphones, users can check them even outside of the office.