Cargologic moves to Champ’s SaaS system

Swiss ground handler Cargologic has completed the migration of its cargo management system to Champ’s software-as-a-service (SaaS) version of Cargospot.

Cargologic has used Champ’s Cargospot Handling application on an in-house licensed basis for over 13 years but will now move to a fully managed service, hosted by the software provider’s data centres.

Implementation of the new software was carried out remotely, with no interruption of service, said Champ.

It added that Cargologic immediately gained enriched features in the latest version of Cargospot and was able to take advantage of smart technology solutions such as application programming interfaces (APIs) and Cargospot Mobile for its warehouse operations.

Cargologic executive vice president operations Jürg Zimmermann commented: “Cargospot has been an integral part of our operations for over a decade and has helped us to streamline our business processes. We look forward to using this powerful SaaS system and seeing even more transformation and efficiency gains in this upcoming decade.”

Champ Cargosystems’ vice president commercial and customer engagement, Nicholas Xenocostas added: “We are now better positioned to deliver the latest technologies to support Cargologic’s digitization ambitions whilst helping to drive more efficiency.”

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