AEB launches ASSIST4 monitoring solution

AEB’s Thomas Halliday:”We are confident that the additional capabilities of the new version will assist our customers immensely when they unlock its power.”

AEB Asia Pacific has announced a new version of its ASSIST4 Monitoring & Alerting solution. The latest version offers unparalleled business flexibility and superior performance for businesses through its new messaging framework and enhanced tracking features.

ASSIST4 Monitoring & Alerting ensures transparency and helps synchronise events along the supply chain, enhancing collaboration, control and with the platform architecture allowing a centralised approach across the globe.

“We are looking at the latest version of ASSIST4 Monitoring & Alerting as a conduit for businesses to benefit through improved transparency across shipments and the flow of goods and from features that optimise interactions with their customers, partners and service providers,” said Thomas Halliday, general manager, AEB (Asia Pacific) Pte Ltd. “We are confident that the additional capabilities of the new version will assist our customers immensely when they unlock its power.”

The ASSIST 4 Monitoring & Alerting solution includes a new messaging feature which automatically generates text or email alerts when pre-defined events occur. Businesses can notify the consignee when the goods are issued, email customs documents to the customs broker when shipments are ready, generate text alerts when delays in the supply chain occur – and much more.

The software features a message cockpit in which all text and email alerts are logged. ASSIST4 Monitoring & Alerting lets businesses attach various document types to business objects, where they can be downloaded by all supply chain partners. This might be useful if a business wishes to make customs documents available in advance for the import customs clearance.

The software also features an enhanced authorisation concept that allows role-based access to business object attachments so that only users with one or more defined roles can view a particular document.