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FourKites | October 18, 2022
Leading supply chain visibility company FourKites announces that the U.S. Patent Office has awarded the company U.S. Patent No. 11,461,731 for its unique ocean shipment solutions. FourKites’ ocean solutions provide international shippers and their partners with complete visibility into all of the complex documentation requirements at every leg of every ocean shipment.These capabilities are available to FourKites’ Dynamic Ocean® customers and give shippers actionable intelli...
Accenture | February 18, 2020
Accenture has today announced it has acquired Icon Integration, a privately held Australian technology consultancy that provides SAP digital supply chain solutions and services as well as specialised business intelligence (BI) solutions to clients across Australia and New Zealand. This acquisition will boost Accenture’s growing technology practice and number of SAP professionals in the region. Icon Integration works with some of the regions’ largest retail, consumer goods and governm...
AlMalki Group | November 22, 2021
Infor, the industry cloud company, and partner SNS, a leading provider of supply chain consultancy and software implementation, today announced that AlMalki Group, has deployed the latest version of Infor WMS warehouse management system. Supporting warehouse operations for the distribution of perfume and cosmetics, watches and jewellery, and fashion and accessory brands, including Bvlgari, Hermes, Mont Blanc, Rimowa, Versace, Tom Ford and Cartier, Infor WMS will increase efficiency, space utiliz...
Amazon | January 15, 2020
Amazon's third-party sellers can resume sending Prime shipments via FedEx Ground and Home as of Tuesday, according to an email Amazon sent to sellers and shared with Supply Chain Dive. The decision comes after Amazon previously removed the option for sellers to ship Prime orders via FedEx Ground and Home in December 2019, citing late holiday shipments. When Amazon instituted the ban it said it would last, "until the delivery performance of these ship methods improves." However, now...
SOFTWARE AND TECHNOLOGY, LOGISTICS
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