Wolters Kluwer Transport Services joins forces with TenderEasy to provide a self-service freight procurement solution

STOCKHOLM DEC 12, 2016

A powerful self-service freight procurement solution is launched by Transwide, part of Wolters Kluwer Transport Services, in association with TenderEasy.

The new solution brings together Transwide TMS and their unique database of over 40,000 pre-qualified carriers with the advanced web-based procurement solution from TenderEasy.

The result is an easy-to-use and flexible procurement solution providing a one-stop-shop to streamline the freight procurement process. Users can search the carrier database by key sourcing criteria, issue Requests for Quotation and use powerful algorithms to optimize the results ensuring the best possible service and price combinations. A much larger marketplace can be explored while automation drastically reduces the time and effort involved.

The new solution does not stop at awarding a contract: Transwide supports the complete procurement lifecycle. Pre-tender data analysis, supplier management, automated carrier allocation and freight audit are all available ensuring the agreed rates are applied and customers achieve the actual savings projected by the tender outcome.

Fabrice Maquignon, CEO of WKTS, says “We are proud to partner with TenderEasy in offering our clients a one-stop-shop freight procurement suite. With the goal of providing the best possible transport procurement experience, we have created a global and easy-to use web-based platform for tendering, with a powerful optimization algorithm.

Johan Vagerstam, CEO of TenderEasy, says “We are very pleased to be partnering with a well-known brand like Transwide and their broad client portfolio. The joint solution will help customers integrate freight procurement into a broader process. They have control all the way from pre-tender data preparation to supplier relationship, contract management, order communication and settlement”.
 

For more information:
Emelie Bommel
PR Contact Wolters Kluwer Transport Services
Website   www.transwide.com
Email       info@wktransportservices.com
Phone      +32 (0)2 641 13 60
   For more information:
   Johan Vagerstam
   CEO TenderEasy
   Website      www.tendereasy.com
   Email          johan@tendereasy.com
   Phone        +46 (0)733 56 17 11


About Wolters Kluwer Transport Services
Wolters Kluwer Transport Services, headquartered in Brussels, is a renowned expert in transport efficiency for carriers, freight forwarders, logistics service providers and shippers. Via access to freight exchange (Teleroute, Bursa Transport & 123cargo), transport and supplier relationship management solutions (FreightCentral, TAS-tms & Transwide), they profit from a fast and high return on investment and are enabled to continuously optimize their transport flows in terms of revenues and costs.  Furthermore, they gain valuable business insights in real time and stay connected via a unique and secure online platform to the largest community of transport & logistics professionals (+100.000).
www.wktransportservices.com
Wolters Kluwer Transport Services is part of Wolters Kluwer, which had 2014 annual revenues of €3.7 billion ($4.9 billion), employs 19,000 employees worldwide, and maintains operations in over 170 countries across Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, and Latin America. Wolters Kluwer is headquartered in Alphen aan den Rijn, the Netherlands. Its shares are quoted on Euronext Amsterdam (WKL) and are included in the AEX and Euronext 100 indices.
 
About TenderEasy
TenderEasy is a provider of market leading technology for logistics sourcing. Being recognized as the most easy-to-use and flexible solution in the market, we are rapidly expanding both the platform and our team in order to meet future requirements from shippers around the world. Our vision is to help our customers identify and realize the opportunities made possible by digital transformation of logistics data, and to make one of the world largest industries even more efficient and sustainable.
For more information, please visit www.tendereasy.com

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