Qwyk/Simpliship software platform signs-up AiLa’s Asian forwarder network

May 28, 2020 Sam Whelan

Logistics start-ups Qwyk and Simpliship have signed-up forwarder network AI Logistics Alliance (AiLa), as more Asian forwarders adopt digital solutions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Having integrated their platforms in January, the two software vendors said this week they would provide AiLa’s membership with tools to digitalise customer processes, including: schedules, rate management, branded customer portals, visibility, spot quotes and bookings.
AiLa CEO Melvin Law said: “We believe the Qwyk/SimpliShip portal will create ...

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