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Ware2Go launched a new technology platform Oct. 8 that combines warehouse management systems to help merchants meet customer expectations across all sales channels.
Ware2Go, which provides on-demand fulfillment through an integrated technology platform that allows for one- to two-day shipping, is owned by UPS.
Ware2Go’s new FulfillmentVu platform combines a warehouse management system, an order management system and a transportation management system. It is aimed at merchants of all sizes. Ware2Go said it allows for further standardization across its warehouse network.
Another big milestone today at #Ware2Go! We're excited to announce the launch of our new technology platform #FulfillmentVu that's providing merchants with the flexibility to meet customer expectations across all sales channels. #supplychainmanagement https://t.co/5VstQYerHY— Ware2Go (@Ware2Go) October 8, 2020
“In today’s B2E (Business to Everyone) era of commerce, businesses of all sizes need fulfillment that enables them to scale with demand and respond to growth opportunities, even in a turbulent market,” Ware2Go CEO Steve Denton said in a statement. “We’re continuing to accelerate innovation, empowering our customers, as well as our warehouse and shipping partners, with the technology and tools they need to do their jobs more efficiently,”
“Historically, this type of technology has only been available to large enterprise companies due to cost, complexity and infrastructure,” Denton said. “FulfillmentVu, along with Ware2Go’s one- to two-day delivery network, is leveling the playing field and enabling companies of all sizes to compete and win across all sales channels.”
FulfillmentVu also enables merchants to fully customize their fulfillment operations with little to no oversight or operational burden. It allows for integration points across any sales channel, e-commerce storefront or enterprise resource planning.
UPS ranks No. 1 on the Transport Topics Top 100 list of the largest for-hire carriers in North America and No. 2 on the TT Top 50 list of the largest logistics companies. — Transport Topics
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