Seohae Selects SupplierLink from MTS

Tuesday, October 24, 2006
Marine supplier Seohae Sales & Services will use the integrated solution SupplierLink from MTS to receive and process electronic transactions with their customers. This adds them to the list as one of the few advanced users of e-business solutions on the supplier side of the marine market. The majority of marine suppliers are still using web solutions or the like when it comes to marine e-business solutions. Using a proper, integrated solution on both the supplier side and the buyer side of the marine supply chain is what will provide value long term. Seohae Sales & Services will take advantage of their investment in IT solutions and will have a plug and play integration into their sales order management system Dynamic Ship Supplier which is delivered by Shipcentric. They will receive all transactions from their customers directly into their existing system and can process these directly. “Seohae will benefit from the integrated solution we offer them” explains John Inge Røtting, Sales Director in MTS.
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