BELTSVILLE, MD – October 29, 2001 -- "There is an urgency to implement mail and package tracking systems in small and large mailrooms," says Michael B. Saldi, President of Supply Chain Logic (SC Logic). "Due to recent events, the tracking of items moving through mailrooms has been pushed to the forefront of everyone’s minds and many of our prospective customers want our solution implemented immediately in an effort to protect and reassure employees."
The solution, known as SCL Intra, is typically implemented to provide signature accountability of valuable items and reduce costs of internal delivery. The ability to track an item through new X-ray and quarantine procedures, and to record the sender of a package are standard, but rarely used, features of SC Logic’s browser-based software solution. According to Mike Saldi, "Every visitor to our exhibit at the recent National Postal Forum in Denver wanted a demonstration of our sender and quarantine features."
SC Logic’s tracking solution employs Palm-based hand held computers to scan data and electronically record information about a package’s origin, destination, and entire history as it moves through an organization. SCL Intra has been successfully installed nationwide in Fortune 500 corporations and the federal government, including Credit Suisse First Boston, the U.S. Navy, and The White House.
About Supply Chain Logic
Supply Chain Logic, Inc. is a Maryland-based employee-owned software and hardware integrator established in 1996, with 6 sales offices located throughout the United States. The company has provided bar code data collection and mobile computing solutions to over 9,000 customers in diverse markets including retail, manufacturing, transportation, services, healthcare, and the financial sector. More information is available at www.sclogic.com or at 1-888-722-6269.
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