The ASSIST4 Visibility & Collaboration Platform is the central control panel of your supply chain management, bundling planning data, event information, inventory overviews, and performance measurements. Integrating all your supply chain partners streamlines, simplifies, and accelerates your supply chain.
ASSIST4 Monitoring & Alerting gives you the option of a uniform view of all events on this platform.
Is a particular shipment on schedule? Which milestones have been reached? Have you received any events or notices that are awaiting a response?
This provides an overview of your transactions as well as clarity when things go wrong. When delays occur, the various process steps are recalculated in real time and the estimated time of arrival adjusted – taking into account time zones and holiday schedules, of course. This gives you transparency and a solid decision-making basis, even when the schedule changes.
-By entering your ASSIST4 Monitoring & Alerting credentials you can display the status data of your Supply Chain. To try out the App a demo mode is available.
-Similar like in the quick search in ASSIST4 Monitoring & Alerting, shipments can be searched for by entering different reference numbers such as shipment no., handling unit no., AWB-no. etc. The result shown will always be the corresponding shipment.
-Further to displaying the status of the shipment you can drill into the details such as the delivery address, the handling units as well as the planned or past supply chain events.
-The shipment overview can be filtered for a certain time period or problem levels to only show the shipments relevant to you.
The ASSIST4 Monitoring & Alerting app from AEB keeps you up to date on all your shipments – anywhere, anytime. Easy, clear, transparent. That’s ASSIST4. That’s AEB.
System requirements for accessing ASSIST4 Monitoring & Alerting is at least version 3.1 (SP Version 3.1-20120911) or higher.
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