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QAD Precision President Corey Rhodes to Speak at 2021 PARCEL Forum
Global trade logistics leader to showcase the value of connecting parcel shipping with global trade in the cloud at booth 206
QAD Precision offers a global, multilingual, multi-carrier parcel shipping solution along with a comprehensive carrier network that services every region of the world, along with a centralized portal for 360-degree visibility and exception alerts as parcels move through the carrier network.
“Parcel shipping is in our DNA. As we have seen in the last eighteen months of skyrocketing shipping volumes, moving parcel shipments efficiently and cost effectively has been a growing challenge for many companies,” said Rhodes. “At the same time, cross-border shipments are increasing, and companies need to be able to meet global trade regulations as well as provide excellent service to customers, no matter where they are. With our comprehensive global parcel carrier network and global trade solutions, we can help companies optimize their parcel shipping, no matter where they ship from or ship to.”
Rhodes will speak at the event
- The benefits of moving to the cloud
- Why parcel shipping should be an integral part of a successful supply chain strategy
- How to leverage the cloud’s flexibility, scalability and connectivity.
About QAD Precision – Trusted Global Trade and Transportation Execution
QAD Precision, a division of
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