Supply Chain Communications Streamlined with Riege + Chain.io Partnership - Global Trade Magazine
  April 16th, 2019 | Written by

Supply Chain Communications Streamlined with Riege + Chain.io Partnership

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  • "As logistics providers move towards digitization, they're being asked to connect to more and more systems..."
  • "We are delighted for Green Worldwide Shipping to have undertaken this journey with us.”
  • “By increasing the operational efficiency of our technologies, we are able to free more time for our freight experts."

German digital logistics provider, Riege Software, confirmed its partnership with cloud-based platform Chain.io to support efforts increasing speed, accuracy, and visibility for supply chain stakeholders communicating
data between multiple internal and external systems.

“It is no question that continuous improvement to the technologies we use is an essential component in the future of international freight management,” says Thomas Jorgensen, President & CEO of Green Worldwide Shipping. “By increasing the operational efficiency of our technologies, we are able to free more time for our freight experts to do what they do best – service the client.”

Green Worldwide Shipping is one of Riege’s U.S. customers that adopted
Scope integration with Chain.io, ultimately leading to cross-platform capability enhancements. Following the implementation of Chain.io’s platform, company’s can anticipate a simplified approach to supply chain integrations including Avanced Shipping Notices, Inventory updates, IOT data streams, Shipment status updates, eCommerce orders and deliveries.

The collaboration aims to provide transparent visibility experiences for shippers as it offers more options, capabilities, and connectivity through an innovative platform.

“As logistics providers move towards digitization, they’re being asked to connect to more and more systems across many technology stacks,” said Brian Glick, Chain.io’s CEO. “We’re excited to provide Riege’s customers with a fast, flexible tool to help automate both shipper and agent connectivity.”

“Scope is predestined to connect applications and therefore also entities, it gives our customers more opportunities for collaboration, transparency and the facilities to meet their shippers requirements,” added
Tobias Riege, PhD and CEO of Riege Software. “We are delighted for Green Worldwide Shipping to have undertaken this journey with us.”


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