IES integrates with INTTRA

Feb. 1, 2003
Integrated Export Systems and INTTRA Inc, provider of business-to-business ocean freight services, have completed integration of the IES Forwarder 2002

Integrated Export Systems and INTTRA Inc, provider of business-to-business ocean freight services, have completed integration of the IES Forwarder 2002 suite of transportation software with the INTTRA-Link connectivity system.

Forwarder 2002 users already benefit from the streamlined process of creating and managing an international transportation shipment from quotation through general ledger. Now they will gain access to status information about all in-transit ocean shipments booked through the INTTRA network.

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