Shuntware FAQs

The truth is, you don’t. However, if NSSL is operating on-site, you’ll receive optimal results by pairing our Operations team’s expertise with the system they know best: Shuntware.
Yes, it can be. As Shuntware has evolved, so has its ability to compliment existing systems. Whether you’d like it to talk to your WMS (Warehouse Management Software), or an internally based software, Shuntware is EDI capable, and ready to work in conjunction with the programs your operation currently utilizes.
Available to integrate with whatever custom systems you have in place.
Shuntware is indeed a web based solution. Hosted externally, and managed internally with state-of-the-art safety measures, Shuntware is offered through Google Chrome or Firefox. This enables you to start using it any compatible device, and a stable internet connection.
Shuntware can be accessed via iOS, Android, Mac, or PC.
Although there is not specifically a mobile application for Shuntware, it operates on mobile platforms in iOS, and Android.
Before implementing Shuntware on-site, we build a list of the personnel who will have access, and what level of access they’ll receive. Whether dispatching moves through the gatehouse, or running reports from an administrative standpoint, there are specific classifications for different security levels. This ensures your data is safe, and tailors each individuals access to their individual needs.
In short, VERY secure. NSSL hosts Shuntware through one of the most secure servers in North America, and is constantly evolving our security abilities. These include password generating, breach monitoring, and minimizing system down time.
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Shuntware’s cost will vary based on usage subscription. Each new site will incur an implementation fee, and cost will increase incrementally based on the amount of work that flows through the software.
The ROI and productivity to be gained from using Shuntware are up to the organization utilizing it. By identifying KPI’s and the measurements that mean the most to your firm, you can maximize resource utilization to reduce costs on various fronts, and gain visibility in parts of your yard that have never been observed before.
Currently, we do not currently offer our YMS as a stand-alone solution.
There is an implementation fee. The cost of this will vary based on the size of your site and how long it takes to have the software installed.
Initial training and support is included within the implementation fee. If extra time is needed, we will collaborate with you to identify exactly what additional costs will be incurred before the system is installed.
Depending on the size of your site, Shuntware can be up and running within 2-7 days.
From C-Suite executives to Warehouse technicians, Shuntware training is provided across the whole organization, as long as the needs are listed throughout the go-live agreement.
There are various key team members that conduct a Shuntware Go-Live. The roster is typically comprised of team members from: IT & Systems Administration, Operations Management, NSSL’s Supervisor and Operator pool, as well as your Account Manager.
Yes, Shuntware can provide customized reports. By first consulting with your firm to identify specific productivity drivers at your site, reports can be developed to provide unparalleled insight into the KPIs that matter most.
Shuntware provides an initial reporting suite that consists of over 10 reports to get you started.
Yes, there is. Whether it is the Financial Department running cost related reporting, Account Management constructing site specific metrics, or Operations gaining insight to scheduling efficiency, there are various parties working to optimize your Shuntware experience.