The company has names e-Logics, a local applications vendor, as its sole provider of hosting and One Network software in Africa. One Network is delivered via the cloud, helping customers to respond and adapt to changes in the market more quickly, the company said. All service partners can work off the same forecast and replenishment plan, which also takes into account each party's constraints. One Network currently services some 10,000 companies around the world, in retail, fast-moving consumer goods, technology, automotive, energy, logistics and the public sector. Its tools are intended to help users improve operational efficiency, lower inventories and transportation costs, and deliver improved service levels through the reduction of stockouts and late deliveries. Headquartered in Dallas, One Network Enterprises also has offices in Europe.
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