IT solution provider CyberLogitec has announced a contract to replace the existing operating system of African container shipping line NileDutch.
The advanced liner management solution ALLEGRO, which CyberLogitec designed for shipping companies specialized in container trade, incorporates smart algorithms to automate and validate data.
The purpose of the switch is to achieve faster real-time accuracy.
Other applications, as part of the ALLEGRO solution, include simulation and exception management capabilities, which enable users to optimise control costs, manage yields, and deploy resources and assets.
The solution is also fully web-based, and accessible through all major web browsers and mobile devices at any time.
Jang-Rim Choi, CyberLogitec Group CEO, commented on the agreement: “This represents an important milestone for us to provide a complete integrated solution where our customer can focus on their core business strategy while we help to streamline the operating process.”
Mark Kraaijenbrink, Director ICT of NileDutch, stated: “As we continuously seek to improve our operating processes and standardize our way of working in this increasingly complex and challenging market, we are convinced that ALLEGRO is the right solution for us.
“ALLEGRO will help us to improve customer services and operational efficiency, drive better decision making and enhance yield optimization.”
Implementation of the new system will begin in September 2018, with the target of going live in the summer of 2019.