All three have deep experience in designing, deploying and integrating supply-chain applications and services, the vendor said, adding that the deal will extend the reach of its Supply Chain Advantage suite in China’s growing markets. Anchor has expertise in supply-chain management and logistics consulting, transportation management, and inventory and demand planning. Hyrus provides services and technology to customers in China, Southeast Asia, the U.S. and Europe. Hentor focuses on supply-chain and business-process innovation, aimed at the high-tech, third-party logistics, pharmaceutical and e-commerce industries. In another company announcement, HighJump’s Web-based electronic data interchange (EDI) application, called TrueCommerce, now integrates with QuickBooks Online accounting software. According to HighJump, the arrangement provides customers with an affordable and easy-to-use means of connecting with trading partners through EDI. TrueCommerce Transaction Manager for QuickBooks Online offers automated integration to connect QuickBook users with their customers via EDI. Customer data, items and pricing are verified and synchronized between the two systems.
Partners in China