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A software nightmare

When you're awake and experience the horror, it's time to change your forwarding software.

How often does it happen that you log in to your forwarding software and immediately turn into a pumpkin? Does this happen the night before Halloween or almost every day? Are you horrified by what you see and get? A desktop that’s an eyesore and upsetting your stomach? A bagful of features you don’t need but are always in the way, interrupting your workflow. You just want to scream.

Horrified by the nonexistent

But it’s still getting worse. Features you would like to see are spookily absent because they are still part of the imaginary realm.

Like a built-in e-AWB. Like the ability to integrate third party systems and data bases of sanctions lists for denied party screening. Like flight and sailing schedules. Like a globally accessible booking and tracking tool such as Connect. Like, like, like. It’s unlikely you like your current software. You don’t have to. Wake up and banish your software nightmares with Scope.

Delighted by the Digital Standard

Scope is the opposite of an operator’s nightmare. It's easy to implement, easy to learn and easy to use, Scope is the Digital Standard for Forwarding, Handling and Customs. Scope brings enterprise class abilities to every logistician, from the smallest to the largest. Designed as a “One system. One Record” solution, Scope casts out the horror of duplicate data entry and terrifying numbers of system changes.

Graced with beautiful form and function

With its user-friendly desktop, Scope literally self-explains itself to every Forwarding and Customs pro. With clearly structured and intuitive entry fields, Scope enables faster and more efficient processing of shipments. With its integrated Shipment Monitor, a plethora of vital functions, and connectivity to every reasonable third party system, Scope overcomes the evil spirits of nightmare software. That’s what you’ve been dreaming of, right?

So put an end to your nightmare. Check out Scope. No tricks. Just a treat.

Seeing is believing.

Discover why leading forwarders favor Scope over others.

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