VeraCore Celebrates 40 years in fulfillment! [Infographic]

We’re celebrating our 40th anniversary this year! It’s a big one for us, and we’re excited about it!  

40 looks different! It’s been a wild and fun ride as we’ve witnessed the fulfillment industry’s evolution. Throughout this evolution, we’ve focused on our people and helping our customers succeed in fulfillment.  

There’s a lot we’ve accomplished together, and we’re just getting started.  

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5 Tips to Speed-up the On-boarding of New Fulfillment Clients!

Closing a new deal and starting a new partnership is exciting for both the client and your 3PL business. You may have spent weeks or months nurturing your leads, but now it’s time to turn them into happy long-term clients. Get off on the right foot by getting your new clients up and running smoothly and quickly. By expediting the client on-boarding process, you can deliver value to your clients quickly and start getting paid faster.  

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Save Money by Converting to VeraCore in the Cloud

If you are not considering using SaaS OMS and WMS software you should be. 

Transitioning to VeraCore in the Cloud could cut your IT spend in half.   

With the evolution of SaaS, offering your clients a robust, secure, and highly available environment to manage their fulfillment programs is more affordable than ever. In the early days of SaaS many companies used it more for non-core systems like a CRM. These days companies large and small manage their manufacturing, financial and ERP systems in the cloud to leverage the many benefits that come with SaaS, most notably significant cost savings. 

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Solving Business Problems with Ever-changing Technology

Since I started developing software back in the 80’s, there have been incredible advances in technology. It’s difficult to remember what life was like before the internet. 

My grandchildren will probably never walk into a bank to cash a check on payday or pay for long distance phone calls and they will never use a map to figure out directions to a vacation destination (unless it is in history class).

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