Kewill begins process to joing WCA’s WIN e-platform

Kewill becomes the newest vendor member of the WCA network.


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Kewill, a leading provider of innovative solutions for supply chain execution, officially begins process to add WIN connectivity to its MOVE forwarding platform and becomes the newest vendor member of the WCA.

“With over 6,000 independent forwarder members in 180 countries, many of whom already use Kewill solutions, our partnership with WCA will help us to grow our customer base,” said Doug Braun, CEO, Kewill.

“MOVE’s architecture already supports seamless connectivity and the new connection to WIN will give our customers broad reach to reduce their reliance on email and redundant data handling by exchanging shipment data, documents, and milestones with their WCA agency partners.”

“WCA is firmly established as the largest and most successful network for independent logistics providers – and the only one with the ambition and resources to develop solutions like WIN to directly benefit members,” said Dan March, chief executive officer, WCA.

john-debenedette-win-and-dan-march-wca-for-web-696x464 (l-r) John Debenedette, MD, WIN and Dan March, CEO, WCA.

“I am delighted that yet another leading freight forwarding software company has given the go ahead to partner with WIN. We are very pleased to welcome Kewill to the network,” said John DeBenedette, managing director, WIN.

“Independent forwarders already have an edge on service and local expertise but lag behind their multinational rivals on seamless IT connectivity. WIN makes the systems of forwarders anywhere in the world interoperable so they can work on a level playing field with multinationals who have more homogeneous IT landscapes. Members frequently come to us asking which software solutions we recommend and we always recommend the visionary companies with open connectivity strategies such as Kewill.”