The Paccurate Team is excited to announce a $3.5MM Seed round, led by Tech Square Ventures. This new funding will allow us to further build out our packing intelligence platform, and advance the mission of reducing waste in the Supply Chain.
How to build an interactive pack legend with the Paccurate API
Making a pack request to Paccurate is straightforward: give us some items and some cartons to put them into, and we will cartonize those items. How customers consume the pack response is up to them: save the box assignment back to their ERP system, capture the estimated cost and use it to make a shipping decision, or even render an image of the items in their assigned boxes.
The Paccurate API responds to valid requests with a JSON body that contains detailed information for the pack, which can be broken out into Metrics, a list of Boxes, a list of Images, and a list of Leftovers.
It’s incredibly easy to get started with the Paccurate API. Paccurate is restful and can be accessed using any HTTP client that can make a POST request with a JSON body — whether that’s a cURL via CLI, the Postman GUI, or the fetch API from a web client.
We're excited to announce that we'll be at Home Delivery World 2022 in Philly! If you're attending, come say hi at booth SU15. We'd love to discuss cartonization, or compare who got the best haul of supply chain conference swag.
The Paccurate Product Team is excited to announce the release of our new and improved Paccurate Management Portal. We’ve taken the time to not only give a facelift to the existing manager but also to add a few exciting new features.
Editor's note: ShipStream is a Paccurate Partner. We sat down with ecommerce veteran and logistics and WMS expert Colin Mollenhour. He explains how ShipStream started and discusses trends and operational issues impacting 3PLs doing business within complex supply chains.Please tell us how you got into shipping and co-founding the ShipStream start-up.