The logistics operations software developer CargoWise on Monday released CargoWise One, a new product aimed at logistics services providers with global operations.
CargoWise One is intended to replace the developer’s ediEnterprise platform. CargoWise also said it has rebranded itself WiseTech Global.
The company said CargoWise One delivers more than 200 functional enhancements and five new major product capabilities in 23 languages over ediEnterprise. Focus areas of the new product include increased web integration, mobility and embedded device integration.
“CargoWise One has been engineered to support all major browsers, consumer and ruggedized mobile devices and major operating systems, as well as supporting deep mobility and transport telematics integration through handheld and wrist-mounted devices and cabin mounted transport automation devices,” the company said.
WiseTech Global also said it has rolled out, on a global basis, a logistics device-as-a-service program (LDaaS). The program packages the CargoWise One solution with the latest ruggedized hand held mobile and cabin mounted devices to give asset-based transport and logistics providers a complete “pay-as-you-go” mobility solution with no upfront costs or term lock-in.
“CargoWise One is the culmination of years of behind-the-scenes work and creative endeavor and is our most powerful and comprehensive product yet,” said WiseTech Global Chief Executive Officer and CargoWise founder, Richard White. “It gives our customers a powerful tool designed from the ground up for logistics service providers large and small, and has major improvements that drive productivity, functionality, integration, supply chain compliance and global reach.”
CargoWise One will be available to WiseCloud on-demand customers from the production release in mid-March, and shortly after to other on-demand customers.
“We realized a long time ago we needed to meet, and beat, our competitors’ claims and marketing statements with real capabilities and high-quality production software,” White said. “But that was not enough, so we focused our development on game-changing improvements most people believed impossible.”