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International Airfreight Forwarder Mach 1 Implements Cargo Wise ediEnterprise Solution

CargoWise edi reports that international airfreight forwarder Mach 1 Global Services has deployed the ediEnterprise software solution in an effort to increase its international supply chain functionality.

"Mach 1's previous system was not able to keep up with its international growth and customer demands," says Cris Arens, president of CargoWise edi. "The company asked us to provide an updated and fully integrated ERP-based platform that would provide increased operating functionality and supply chain visibility for customers in order to assist with its global expansion. By implementing our ediEnterprise solution, CargoWise edi was able to increase Mach 1's supply chain management and functionality to meet its growing customer demands."

Modules that were installed include ediForwarder, ediDocManager and ediWebTracker, ediEnterprise's online Web portal. The company is currently live with the ediEnterprise solution in the U.S., Mexico and Singapore and will be adding the software system to additional locations.

"CargoWise edi has vastly upgraded our ability to provide greater supply chain visibility and shipment status reports for our customers," says John Gray, vice president of administration for Mach 1. "By replacing our outdated AS400 system with the CargoWise ediEnterprise system we now have the ability to display dispatch and operational data on large screen plasma displays in customer service and national account control centers. The EDI interchange integration with Mach 1 customers also enables us to promote our new capabilities to current customers as well as prospects as we continue to build our international customer base."

Visit www.cargowise.com and www.mach1global.com

CargoWise edi reports that international airfreight forwarder Mach 1 Global Services has deployed the ediEnterprise software solution in an effort to increase its international supply chain functionality.

"Mach 1's previous system was not able to keep up with its international growth and customer demands," says Cris Arens, president of CargoWise edi. "The company asked us to provide an updated and fully integrated ERP-based platform that would provide increased operating functionality and supply chain visibility for customers in order to assist with its global expansion. By implementing our ediEnterprise solution, CargoWise edi was able to increase Mach 1's supply chain management and functionality to meet its growing customer demands."

Modules that were installed include ediForwarder, ediDocManager and ediWebTracker, ediEnterprise's online Web portal. The company is currently live with the ediEnterprise solution in the U.S., Mexico and Singapore and will be adding the software system to additional locations.

"CargoWise edi has vastly upgraded our ability to provide greater supply chain visibility and shipment status reports for our customers," says John Gray, vice president of administration for Mach 1. "By replacing our outdated AS400 system with the CargoWise ediEnterprise system we now have the ability to display dispatch and operational data on large screen plasma displays in customer service and national account control centers. The EDI interchange integration with Mach 1 customers also enables us to promote our new capabilities to current customers as well as prospects as we continue to build our international customer base."

Visit www.cargowise.com and www.mach1global.com