CIRCLE S.R.L.: the MILOS® suite for digital management of the entire logistics chain "speaks" even with INTTRA.

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With MILOS® Connector for INTTRA, the modules and connectors that make up the software developed by Circle - a leading company in optimizing port, intermodal, and intermodal transport processes - are now more than 70. Circle - a leading logistics consulting firm and leader in optimizing port and intermodal transport operations with the MILOS® property suite - released the MILOS® Connector for INTTRA module, a connector conceived and developed to allow full interoperability between the MILOS® and INTTRA platforms.


This is the result of a multi-year agreement between Circle and the American company INTTRA, a global company that operates a neutral network for simplifying shipping that connects over 225,000 shipping professionals with more than 50 leading Carriers and over 120 software alliance partners. More than 700,000 container orders are initiated on the INTTRA platform each week, representing over one quarter of global ocean container trade. Circle’s new product now allows for electronic data exchange between the two suites. According to Circle's specialists, a young and dynamic team capable of developing software based on the Agile methodology, which includes several iterations and thus optimizes the final release of the software, the new MILOS® Connector for INTTRA connector is another key element for increase platform interoperability and its ability to interface with other leading tools used in a digital disruption logic for managing shipper booking for shipping companies and tracking shipments.


"With MILOS® Connector for INTTRA, the modules and connectors that nowadays make up MILOS® are more than 70," said Luca Abatello, CEO of Circle. "Platform interoperability is an asset we have invested in since the beginning because it gives our customers the possibility of exchanging information with all the actors involved in the supply chain and simplifies significantly the transport management, with a consequent reduction in time and related-costs”.
"Circle and INTTRA share the common goal of delivering technology solutions to the shipping and logistics industry to help customers improve their businesses through innovation" said Sherrie Orzechowski, INTTRA's Vice President of Strategic Alliances.


Circle S.r.l.

 

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