CargoWise Expands Presence in N. European Market

Press Release
Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Global ocean, air & road freight forwarding operations speeded by CargoWises' edEnterprise online web tracking & integrated accounting systems
 
 CargoWise®, a leader in technology solutions for logistics service providers (LSPs) is pleased to announce that Independent Transport & Shipping AB has completed implementation of its ediEnterprise global freight and logistics platform. The Sweden-based company is using ediEnterprise for its Ocean, Air and Road Freight forwarding operations, including online web tracking and integrated accounting.
 
CargoWise’s ediEnterprise system was selected following a comprehensive research and evaluation process.  Martin Selfors, IT Manager for Independent Transport & Shipping, explains:
 
“We decided on CargoWise’s solution because we wanted a solution from a substantial and recognized supplier in the logistics market place. We could see benefits by having an industry proven system that could help our company grow by providing us with new ideas for our business. ediEnterprise also came with a low initial cost, which was based on their latest cloud computing offering.
 
“Now we have gone live in Sweden and are benefiting from a functionally rich solution. Considerations are underway for introducing ediEnterprise to our sister companies in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.”
 
Steve Corbet, CargoWise’s Vice President of Business Development EMEA, says, “We are delighted to have ITS as an ediEnterprise customer. They have made effective use of our product education programs to accomplish smooth and swift implementation of the solution.”
 
With clients holding more than 80,000 licenses across a customer community of 4,000 sites in 75+ countries, CargoWise solutions are an integral part of the global supply chain. 

The company operates worldwide from offices across the U.S., Europe and Asia.

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