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Frequently Asked Questions: Server Environment, Sync Service, and TCP Ports

Frequently Asked Questions: Server Environment, Sync Service, and TCP Ports

This post is part of the Frequently Asked Questions section of my blog. I will pick a frequently asked question and then explain what it is, how it works and the benefits of using that component or feature. For this post, I’m going to answer three quick questions, the first being: “Can the server components be installed in a virtual environment?” Yes. The server-side components of most newer tracking systems, including Intra Enterprise, do not have any physical hardware requirements….

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Frequently Asked Questions: Operating Systems

Frequently Asked Questions: Operating Systems

This post is part of the Frequently Asked Questions section of my blog. I will pick a frequently asked question and then explain what it is, how it works and the benefits of using that component or feature. For this post, I’m going to answer: “What server and client operating systems can be used with more recent tracking systems, including Intra Enterprise?” Most updated tracking systems, including Intra Enterprise, can utilize 64-bit compatible server operating systems that are Windows Server…

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National Postal Forum Recap

National Postal Forum Recap

Whenever I travel to tradeshows, I like to give a quick recap of the show as it pertains to SCLogic. In this post, I’m going to recall some of the highlights of the 2017 National Postal Forum. Tradeshow Turnout The turnout for the National Postal Forum was significantly higher than the past few years. It seems that people are traveling and continuing to see a benefit to tradeshows. The emphasis on education could be the reason tradeshows are making such…

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Meet the Vice President of Sales, Paul Spicher!

Meet the Vice President of Sales, Paul Spicher!

SCLogic is happy to introduce our new Vice President of Sales, Paul Spicher. While this job is new for Paul, he isn’t completely new to the SCLogic family. Paul previously worked for SCLogic’s sister company, SC-ID, from 1999 to 2010 and Windrock, Inc. from 2010- June 2017.  Paul brings over 15 years of sales and marketing experience to SCLogic and will be a great resource for our seasoned sales team. Born in Rockville, MD, Paul has lived in the DC/Baltimore…

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Frequently Asked Questions: Email Notification Service

Frequently Asked Questions: Email Notification Service

This post is part of the Frequently Asked Questions section of my blog. I will pick a frequently asked question(s) about the Intra package tracking software and then explain what it is and how it works. Note: These questions and answers should apply for most reputable package tracking systems, but will vary depending on software configuration. For this post, I’m going to answer this question: What is the email notification service and how does it work? The email notification service…

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SCLogic and OPEX Deliver Campus Logistics Solution for Major Enterprise

SCLogic and OPEX Deliver Campus Logistics Solution for Major Enterprise

SCLogic has been working hard to release an outstanding case study that shows the use of it’s Campus Logistics Solution for a Major Enterprise. Accountability is a hallmark of this revered and longstanding manufacturing giant located in the Southeast. The Shared Services Group division of the organization developed very specific requirements for a campus logistics solution that literally only SCLogic could deliver. View the FlippingBook to see how SCLogic’s Intra Enterprise Package Tracking Software helped this organization automate their mail and package tracking receiving operation….

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Using Enterprise Barcode Tracking Software to Track Conference Attendance & Certification

Using Enterprise Barcode Tracking Software to Track Conference Attendance & Certification

More and more organizations today are implementing barcode tracking software to replace their outdated and inefficient conference tracking methods. One outdated method requires conference staff to carry clipboards with checklists and pencils to admit and track attendees to the conference and to each course. That data is usually entered by staffers into a spreadsheet after the conference to track attendance, run reports and to create course completion certificates. The clipboard method usually works fine for conferences with under 50 attendees…

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