Remember the article on how easy it is to learn Scope? Well since it’s easy to learn it follows that it’s also pretty easy to use Scope in daily routines. Actually, that’s what it’s all about. Logistics in all its forms like Forwarding, Handling and Customs declarations becomes inexorably digital. This is common knowledge. And yes, the software in itself is digital, but the point is, how does it deal with digitality in terms of data input, exchange, storage, processing and integrity? Does it become rocket science? Or does it make things easier and therefore more pleasant for everyone? With Scope it’s the latter – smoothing processes, pleasing employees, satisfying customers, reinforcing collaboration. Sounds like a lot, but when you get the basics right it’s so easily done.

Clear and consistent

It starts with the entry screen and all follow-up screens, clearly picturing the workflow with a consistent layout enabling seamless step-by-step forwarding operations and Customs declarations. Intuitive, self-completing entry fields accelerate the editing of each shipment while the one-entry-of-data-concept avoids waste of time and fault-prone re-keying. In practice, Scope offers a user interface which provides the essential user experience, enabling seasoned operators to create a shipment in 60 seconds. With all relevant data to hand at the end.

Strong data, useful templates, Quick Search function

Scope stores, administrates and processes an infinite amount of data, and knows how and where to find it when needed. Accumulating and maintaining strong master data and allowing the creation of unlimited templates puts an end to time consuming back checks or re-creation of documents for recurring shipments. Users can fully focus on their key tasks and keep their work in progress, rather than trying to build shipments from a rag-tag collection of notes and fading memories. Scope replaces human disorganization with order and digital data-banks that provide essential information in a flash. And when the memory of some specific information becomes just too faint, enter what can be remembered in Scope’s Quick Search function and find it in the blink of an eye.

The Digital Standard

Proving its claim to be the Digital Standard for logistics software, Scope can cope with all kinds of data. Although minimizing data formats to a “One System. One Record” policy would make many things even easier. Air Freight is a good – or rather bad – example of this. Auto-creating the e-AWB at the end of a shipment with no extra tools needed is one Scope’s virtues, but more than 10 years after its launch in 2008, roughly 50% of the Air Freight industry are still not fully digital at all, and it remains complicated to find out which airlines on which segments even support eAWB. Seen in this light, Scope is not just easy to use, but easily ahead of its time. The future of logistics is digital. Scope is the future of digital logistics. And therefore future-proof. As of today. With ease.