Switch and save with sophisticated software

Logistics management software specialist Softlink Global says it can now offer full e-Air Waybill (e-AWB) connectivity to over 90 airlines through its WIN online platform.
WIN is an online platform for independent freight forwarders to connect with partner agents, airlines and other logistics service providers and its collaboration platform is used by agents in 96 countries and 302 cities.
It adds that independent forwarders working with Softlink Global’s cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software, Logi-Sys can cut costs and improve efficiency.
At one of them, Philippines-headquartered forwarder CTSI Logistics, general manager Gerry Inandan, said: “By switching to Logi-Sys supported by WIN, not only have we been able to work more efficiently, it has helped us improve shipment times and accuracy, which is resulting in new opportunities for our business.”
WIN managing director, John DeBenedette, confirmed: ““Cloud solutions are powering modern business all over the globe and WIN and Logi-Sys are bringing those benefits to the air cargo community.”
Softlink’s chief executive and managing director, Amit Maheshwari, added: “Our customers do not have to rely on any third party organisations to convert Air Waybill information into electronic format, they are saving time, money, and they are in control of their data.

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