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AEB and ISC Far East partner to optimise supply chain in APAC

Adrian M. Reodique | May 24, 2016
The collaboration aims to convert fixed supply chain costs into variable costs for customers while providing complete visibility and security.

AEB Asia Pacific - a logistics and customs software solutions provider - has forged a partnership with ISC Far East - a supply chain management services - to deliver solutions in the Asia Pacific (APAC) market that will optimise operations, visibility, and control in the global supply chain management.

AEB will provide the required system foundation to facilitate and structure the complete package of value-added services and solutions from ISC, to enable custom-tailored solutions for supply chain optimisation.

On the other hand, ISC will commence with fact-finding and analysis, which will define clear specifications to develop and manage request for quotation (RFQ) processes. Once providers are identified and processes, roles and responsibilities are defined on the basis of a total cost of ownership approach, ISC will convey the integration roadmap to its customers.

ISC's Control Tower team will then group and coordinate suppliers, once implementation is complete and operations are running. Meanwhile, AEB's Visibility & Collaboration Platform will monitor the process through seamless integration.

"The Visibility and Collaboration Platform will support daily operational activities of the Control Tower to achieve greater efficiency and transparency," said Udo Westphal, Singapore-based Managing Director of ISC Far East. "Together [with AEB[, we [can] focus on the total cost of ownership and converting fixed supply chain costs into variable costs for our customers while  providing complete visibility and security. This - and our continuous improvement philosophy - allows customers to concentrate on their core business while operations are managed in a precise, efficient, and cost effective manner."

"We look forward to ISC's upcoming projects and possible integration of further solutions from AEB's software suite," said Frans Kok, General Manager of AEB in APAC.


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