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Kewill releases cloud version of MOVE platform

Software company’s all-encompassing suite now available for private cloud deployment.

   The transportation management and trade compliance software provider Kewill on Tuesday released a cloud-based version of its multimodal management platform Kewill MOVE.
   Kewill MOVE on the Cloud is aimed at addressing the needs of mid-sized and expanding logistics service providers that need to compete with larger rivals, without having the upfront investment of an enterprise-level solution, the company said in a statement.
   “By using hosted, turnkey templates for trade management, freight forwarding, warehousing and transport, the new cloud solutions help logistics companies better manage internal processes and offer improved customer service, all while avoiding traditional IT overhead,” Kewill said.
   The move follows a similar move by Oracle, which announced it has begun deploying its Oracle Transportation Management product on the cloud.
   Kewill’s MOVE platform is designed to unify its modules in transportation planning, execution, visibility, and trade compliance on a single system for shipper and LSP users.
   Kewill said the functions and security of the on-premise MOVE platform will be maintained, and augmented with the ease-of-use, scalability and agility that cloud solutions bring to bear required by mid-size and expanding small businesses.
   “Kewill MOVE on the Cloud provides mid-sized logistics service providers and freight forwarders access to the real-time, critical information needed to ensure seamless, productive and lucrative supply chain execution,” said Evan Puzey, chief marketing officer at Kewill. “By elevating our Kewill MOVE platform to the cloud, these organizations can now afford the solutions they need, and only those they need, for the period they need them while providing the capability to unlock new features and functionality as their businesses grow, or customers change.”
   Puzey said the MOVE cloud-based solutions are targeted at filling the gap between multi-tenant software-as-a-service solutions and enterprise-level solutions, characterizing that market segment of supply chain execution service providers and practitioners as “fast-growing and largely under-served.”

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