Canada Border Services Agency is launching eManifest – “Making the Border Smarter and More Secure”. When fully implemented, Canada Border Services Agency eManifest will require carriers, freight forwarders and importers in all modes of transportation (air, marine, highway and rail) to electronically transmit cargo, conveyance, house bill / supplementary cargo and importer data to the…Read More
Yes, you can import future prices into PICS quickly and easily by creating a CSV file in Microsoft Excel and importing it. Please contact us if you want sample files.
Of course! If you’ve been filing (paper) signature copies of Sales Orders or any other documents, we can help you easily convert them to electronic records. We already have customers doing this and loving it. Imagine emailing a customer a signature copy with just a few mouse clicks. No more filing for you!
If you are exporting into the U.S. did you know that WaudWare’s PICS (Produce Inventory Control System) software can produce the Proforma Invoice? Also, the Create Purchase Order from Sales Order feature in PICS has been enhanced. Customers using it love it!
Not yet. But the version we are writing in Java does. So stay tuned.
Yes! Through the use of an RDP client, such as Pocket Cloud from Wyse, you can easily run PICS on iPhones and iPads. The WaudWare Team as well as some WaudWare customers have been doing this for well over a year. Further, all components of WebPICS work on iPhones and iPads as well.
Yes! PICS includes a robust ability to report on product brought to you to sell on behalf of a grower(s). If you pack the product into one or more packages and/or combine it with other products, or just sell it directly, PICS will take all the revenue from those sales, reduce the revenue by rebates…Read More
Yes! We have added the ability to attach various files (pdf, xls, etc.) to documents in PICS – Produce Inventory Control System software. For example, signed copies of your delivery forms can be scanned and attached directly to the sales order they apply to. Another example would be photographs of products you receive. These can…Read More
Yes. Incoming or grown produce can be traced to either where it is packed/repacked and/or sold. If you perform multiple steps with the product, they can be easily traced as well. For example, say you receive cantalopes and process them into cantaloupe chunks. Then you receive melons and process them into melon chunks. Then you…Read More
Standard PICS components and available add-ons are described below: PICS (Produce Inventory Control System) Regular – PICS Regular is our flagship software program, of which at least one license is required. PICS effectively handles all the specific day to day needs of companies who work in the produce industry, such as traceability, buying, selling, inventory,…Read More