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CyberLogitec Improves Logistics Operations Management with OPUS Logistics SaaS Model Solution

CyberLogitec, the leading provider of maritime, port/terminal and logistics operations technologies, today announces the launch of OPUS Logistics SaaS, a new, more robust version of its logistics operations solution, designed for ease of use, implementation and IT infrastructure management.

The need for more flexible and efficient technologies that improve visibility across the supply chain is more important than ever as international trade, ecommerce and online retailing continues to grow. As a cloud-based, software-as-a-service, subscription solution, OPUS Logistics SaaS helps freight forwarders, NVOCCs, 3PLs and warehousing operators meet the increasing demands of their customers’ requirements. Centralized, cloud-based sales, operations management and financial accounting tools provide logistics companies with the ability to manage business processes any time, from anywhere.

OPUS Logistics SaaS reduces technology infrastructure investment and software license costs, making it easy to install and remain current with automatic, seamless updates. Self-service, online training modules enable new users to quickly get up to speed.

“Supply chains are constantly evolving and challenged by the demand for cost competitiveness, superior service and quality, transparency, delivery speed, and flexibility,” said Jason Hyeon, Managing Director, CyberLogitec Global. “By creating our latest logistics solution in a SaaS model, CyberLogitec empowers the industry to scale quickly and meet customer expectations. Our end-to-end solutions provide enhanced capacity, flexibility and scalability. We designed the OPUS Logistics SaaS solution to deliver more adaptability and scalability, with access to real-time data anytime, anywhere.”
Source: CyberLogitec

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