SANTA BARBARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--QAD Precision, an industry-leading provider of global trade management and transportation execution software, has announced the expansion of their global multi carrier network. QAD Precision is a division of QAD Inc. (NASDAQ: QADA) (NASDAQ: QADB).
“QAD Precision has recently added and enhanced 36 integrated carriers and over 150 services to our multi carrier network. These new services cover Canada, the United States, the UK, continental Europe, Australia and Japan. We continue to work with our carrier partners to provide our customers with a comprehensive range of carriers, routes and service levels no matter where they are located or where they ship,” said QAD Precision’s Carrier Manager Jack Moloney.
QAD Precision has a robust network of more than 5,000 configurable and accredited carriers in every region of the world. In addition, the QAD Precision Common Carrier Platform helps companies meet industry standards and radically streamlines the onboarding process through which regional and domestic carriers can join the network.
“The growth of our multi carrier network benefits both customers and carriers. Global shippers can optimize their first, middle and last-mile deliveries across parcel, truckload and less-than-truckload carriers as well as express couriers,” added Moloney. “In addition, carriers of all sizes can win business by becoming quickly integrated with thousands of high volume shippers in more than 100 countries around the world.”
About QAD Precision – Trusted Global Trade and Transportation Execution
QAD Precision, a division of QAD Inc., provides industry-leading global trade management, transportation execution and multi carrier shipping software solutions from a single, integrated platform. Preeminent industry leaders in every region of the world rely on QAD Precision’s global support centers to leverage thousands of carriers and manage millions of shipping transactions every day. Our open architecture easily integrates with Enterprise Resource Planning, Warehouse Management Systems and legacy solutions. An ISO-certified company, QAD Precision assists companies to minimize shipping costs, optimize first mile and last mile deliveries, automate free trade agreement compliance, avoid customs delays and mitigate the risks associated with dynamic trading environments to maximize their competitive advantage. QAD Precision’s customers span multiple industries including banking and finance, life sciences, high technology, retail, industrial, automotive, higher education and public sector as well as logistics providers. For more information about QAD Precision, visit www.qadprecision.com.
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