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One Network Increases Interoperability Across Worldwide Supply Chain Networks

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The press release said, “One Network Enterprises [www.onenetwork.com], the global provider of multi-party digital network platform and services, today announced the immediate availability of the Global Logistics Gateway, a new solution that enables Carriers, Freight Forwarders, Orchestrators, Distributors, Custom Brokers, and Suppliers to execute the global fulfillment and transportation process from a single access point. The Gateway connects with business networks for sales, procurement, freight, and logistics services to create a ubiquitous network of networks at global scale. This offering supports interoperability between supply chain operating networks through open standards-based authentication and public API-based process orchestration to any buy/sell system or any transport management system (TMS).”

And continued, “Buyers and suppliers can connect and transact with each other and with logistics trading partners in operating fulfillment and transport operations. The network will manage fulfillment and delivery across multiple modes, support all combinations of prepaid and collect legs and Incoterms. Milestones and tracking events are provided for all orders and shipments.”

And, “All trading partners onboard once, and the Gateway can connect them to other popular TMS systems and buy and sell applications such as ERP, procurement systems, and other business networks. In addition, businesses can benefit from One Network’s unique Global Supply Demand Match Service that optimizes inventory, service levels, and freight costs simultaneously.”

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Charles Roe is the Digital Content Manager at DATAVERSITY. He is responsible for both the article and blogging programs, as well as the DATAVERSITY Training Center. He has been a professional freelance writer and copy editor for more 15 years, and has been writing for the Data Management industry since 2009. Charles has written on a range of industry topics in numerous articles, white papers, and research reports including Data Governance, Big Data, NoSQL technologies, Data Science, Cognitive Computing, Business Intelligence & Analytics, Information Architecture, Data Modeling, Executive Management, Metadata Management, and a host of others. Charles is backed with advanced degrees in English, History, and a Cambridge degree in Language Instruction. He worked for almost 20 years as an instructor of English, History, Culture, and Writing at the college level in the USA, Europe, and Turkey. He writes creatively in his spare time.

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