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StarShip MAS 90 and MAS 200 Shipping Software "Beam Me Up Scotty"

StarShip MAS 90 and MAS 200 Shipping Software

Shipping SoftwareI found that some people confuse StarShip shipping software with Star Trek, the American science fiction entertainment franchise created by Gene Roddenberry.  Outside of having "ship" and "star" in common, they are really quite different.  StarShip is a shipping software manufactured by V-Technologies.  V-Technologies has developed popular shipping software interfaces for Sage MAS 90 and MAS 200, Macola QuickBooks and Dynamics GP

There are two flagship shipping software products offered by V-Technologies, StarShip and ShipGear.  The differences between the two products are more fully explained below:
StarShip shipping software replaces the UPS WorldShip or FedEx Ship Manager system and supports parcel and freight from the same user interface while providing numerous enhancements that improve productivity for the warehouse, front office and management.

• Tight integration - access item-level detail to simplify International and LTL shipping.
• A vast array of carrier offerings - and the new OnTrac module provides a cost-effective alternative for West Coast Shippers.
• New services such as FedEx SmartPost, UPS Freight & USPS regional rate boxes provide additional cost saving options.

2010 Rate Change
Primarily shipping UPS or FedEx?
ShipGear software integrates UPS WorldShip or FedEx Ship Manager with QuickBooks, Sage MAS 90 and 200, Peachtree by Sage, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Exact Macola and eBay.

• Quickly look up orders and invoices in your Accounting System from within WorldShip or Ship Manager
• Send shipment notification to the email address associated with the document
• Update the document with freight and shipment detail
• Financial subsidies available through UPS Customer Technology Program and the FedEx Tech Awards Program

Last week we had the opportunity to co-host a webcast with V-Technologies where we demonstrated the MAS 90 and MAS 200 StarShip interface.  Please view the recorded webcast below: