Exciting news! As of today, Clayton Glass customers will have access to a brand new version of GlassTrack, now contained within it’s very own portal.
This new version of our unique glass order-tracking software contains all the features of the previous version, including detailed order information, accurate lead times, specific product stillage locations, as well as the ability to request remakes and view proof of deliveries (PODs).
On top of this, GlassTrack is now housed on a brand new platform, easily accessible from the Clayton Glass website, more secure than ever before, and allowing for enhanced reliability and reduced downtime.
It also arrives with a brand new analytics feature. This feature will allow Clayton customers to view detailed aggregated statistical data regarding their glass orders over the course of months and years, useful as it provides information for more effective planning.
As always, GlassTrack comes with the benefits of:
- Saving time
- Access from smartphone, tablet and PC
- Easy to use
- Detailed glass order information
- Allows you to plan around glass deliveries
To access the all-new GlassTrack, click HERE. If you are already a user of the previous version of GlassTrack, we’ll move you across to the new software without you having to do anything, we’ll send you your log in details via email. If you haven’t signed up to GlassTrack you can click “Register“.
Supply Chain Development Manager Tom Moore had this to say on the release of GlassTrack 3.0:
“We are delighted to be providing a service such as GlassTrack in our industry. We know how useful up-to-date data is to fenestration businesses in the modern day, so we are happy to be able to support our customers in this way.”
“The new version of GlassTrack, the third iteration, is the best, fastest and smoothest version yet, bringing customers a whole host of glass order information, from a secure and reliable platform – they’re going to love it!”
“This version of GlassTrack is contained within it’s very own portal, meaning we have far more control of the functionality of the service. It gives us flexibility with what we can bolt onto the service in the future.”