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Senator International Runs on CargoWise EdiEnterprise

Milton Keynes, United KingdomJuly 10, 2012CargoWise, a global provider of technology solutions for logistics service providers (LSPs), successfully implemented its ediEnterprise platform in Senator International’s offices in Switzerland. The privately-owned logistics service provider now operates on the ediEnterprise platform in the first phase of a rollout which will ultimately cover more than 1,000 users across the globe.

“The main reason Senator opted for the CargoWise solution in late December 2011 was a desire to gain globally a deep level of business process integration and comprehensive functionality for the whole logistics value chain within a short time frame,” explained Tim-Oliver Kirschbaum, Managing Director, Senator Intl. “These expectations were fulfilled by the fast and really straight-forward implementation in Switzerland. We will now continue the global roll-out according to our very ambitious plans.”

With offices in Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Netherlands, U.S., Latin America and Asia, Senator Intl. has a strong global presence which will be strengthened as the implementation of the ediEnterprise Platform is expanded. It provides logistics support for air & sea cargo; logistics warehousing; 4PL; packaging; supply chain management; customs clearance; event logistics; and express services.

“We are very excited to see the successful implementation of the first sites in the largest roll out of the ediEnterprise platform hosted by CargoWise,” said Simon Clark, Vice President, Business Development Europe, CargoWise. “Our global platform will provide Senator Intl. with reliable and cost-effective technology to meet its growth objectives and requirements. Senator Intl. recognized the simplicity and cost-savings of a hosted solution over conventional license/on premises models and we look forward to supporting the company’s continued global expansion. By selecting a hosted Cloud based platform, Senator has again established itself as a technology leader in the logistics industry,” said Clark.

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