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CargoWise to provide freight and logistics technology for new Tigers company

Unified platform software for logistics service provider (LSP) CargoWise have signed a multi-year agreement to provide their ediEnterprise global freight and logistics technology platform to the newly formed company Tigers.

Tigers was created through a merger between WLG and Kamino Logistics.

US-based CargoWise has previously worked with WLG and will continue its business relationship with the newly merged company.

According to a statement from CargoWise, WLG was already using ediEnterprise globally. The decision by Tigers to implement ediEnterprise will see the company standardise its operations and help to expand its product offering across additional countries and lines of business.

Under the multi-year agreement, Tigers is said to gain the benefit of comprehensive visibility through ediEnterprise’s underlying single-file-concept, which links all relevant information together in one globally accessible database.

ediEnterprise’s single entry platform will reportedly enable Tigers to deliver real-time information  to customers consistently across the globe.

Spectrum Partners LLC assisted Tigers in selecting the operating system for the newly merged company.

Tigers and its strategic agent partners will operate ediEnterprise across its offices in Asia, Australasia, the Americas and Europe under the Tigers brand.

"ediEnterprise will be implemented across all offices to provide global management visibility and operational efficiency," Tigers CEO Andrew Jillings said in the statement.

"Tigers will be able to offer its customers consistent, high quality services across the freight and logistics supply chain."

WLG was a launch customer for CargoWise when the company introduced its US Custom Brokerage product.

CargoWise VP business development Americas, Gene Gander said the company has independently been involved in business discussions with Kamino.

"The flexibility of ediEnterprise is a great fit for a company like Tigers and we welcome the opportunity to expand our existing relationship and provide Tiger a ‘best practices’ global system for managing their operations and serving their market," Gander said in the same statement.

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