MIAMI--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Unisource Corporate Corporation (OTC Markets: USRC) today announced The Cary Company will be deploying Visionpad and Visionvault this quarter. The Cary Company has been in business for over 118 years and is an active member of the National Association of Chemical Distributors. As a market leader in this segment, The Cary Company has been in active beta test of Visionpad for the last 18 months in their Chicago facilities.
“The accuracy and speed created across multiple departments using Visionpad for all of our BOL’s has generated significant savings for The Cary Company”
Part of the Visionship Software as a Service (SaaS) platform, Visionpad cost effectively allows any company to move toward paper-free operations. Users today can edit, annotate, and capture signatures on virtual company documents using a mobile device. Visionpad easily communicates with any database to allow for the custom creation of a paperless environment at any shipper, distributor, or carrier.
“Visionpad’s signature capture of our Bills of Lading gives us instant PDF copies of each and every signed BOL without paper, and, on our company trucks, Visionpad gives us real time visibility and signature capture of each and every Cary Proof of Delivery ” said Dan Rostis, Warehouse & Shipping Supervisor at the Cary Company.
The Cary Company was already on the way to becoming a paperless company when Ken Tyrell, Cary’s President, began to look for a way to remove all of the paper from their warehouse and shipping department. Visionpad has become 'the way' for Cary to remove the BOL paper requirements, and storage expenses from their operations. Over the last 20 months The Cary Company has created and executed over 28,000 virtual BOL’s using the Visionpad mobile application. Each BOL is saved in real time as a PDF with the actual signature, time, and date stamp. Visionpad uploads the saved documents to Cary’s database with redundancy of every document in Visionship’s Cloud-Based storage, Visionvault.
“The accuracy and speed created across multiple departments using Visionpad for all of our BOL’s has generated significant savings for The Cary Company,” said Carolyn Sperka, Cary Company’s Customer Service Manager. “We are also excited about incorporating Visionvault and the ability to rid ourselves of even more paper in our shipping department.”
About The Cary Company
The Cary Company provides Raw Materials / Specialty Chemicals, Containers & Packaging, Spill Control Products and Filtration Solutions for both industry and consumers. In addition to these products they also specialize in logistics and design services, including specialty shipping of chemicals and other sensitive items. If you Mix It, Fill It, Pack It or Ship It, the Cary Company has a product for you.
Quality products, reliable service, and competitive prices leaves no question why The Cary Company has been in business since 1895. The company's corporate headquarters and 140,000 square foot warehouse/office complex are located 25 miles west of Chicago in Addison, IL. www.thecarycompany.com / www.thecarystore.com
About Unisource Corp
Unisource (www.unisourcecorp.com) is a holding enterprise whose strategy is to acquire and combine third party logistics service providers and logistics technology providers in order to offer a unique, cost effective Cloud-based SaaS solution for the global logistics marketplace. The Company also develops specialized, patent pending logistics software through our operating subsidiary, Visionship, Inc. Beyond logistics software, Unisource’s strategy is to acquire and combine leading edge logistic technology providers with third party logistic (3PL) companies to offer a unique, unparalleled service in the global supply chain industry.
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