Seattle, WA, October 24, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- When Cargo Business News determined it would cover ISF Software Providers in the current issue (Volume 88, No.2), they ensured to include IES as one of the first service bureaus out the door with an ISF solution. In lieu of IES's growing prominence, the Seattle-based publication recognized that it was essential to its reader base to feature the software company.
Part of the Northwest Publishing Center group, Cargo Business News began in 1922 when Jackson Corbett, Jr. published the first issue of Marine Digest out of the old Grand Trunk Railroad Dock on the Seattle waterfront. 87 years later, the publication continues to deliver industry news and provide tools and information to help businesses become more productive.
Cargo Business News has recently modernized its design and revamped its editorial with Diane Mettler as Editor. CBN and IES have been working closely in the past few years with a series of meetings and brainstorming sessions about the industry and technology in particular. Previously featured in the publication were IES executives Tom Zinner, Director of Software Development, Andrew Bullen, President and CEO, and Kevin Gavin, Vice President of Supply Chain Management.
The following is an excerpt from the article, "Customers using the E-Cellerate® product for ISF 10+2 compliance can add features, such as Commercial Invoice and Purchase Order, as they grow. IES’s product offerings adjust to the changes and complexities inherent when doing business in the global arena. As a result, the suite of IES ISF solutions is among the most customizable and adaptable in the industry.
"IES users have the added advantage of party-based security. One of the initial concerns of the ISF ruling was how to keep sensitive information confidential. IES gives its customers the tools they need to cater visibility throughout the entire supply chain. With advanced role-dependant security settings, users have all the options on hand to ensure that their critical data and business relationships remain confidential."
About Cargo Business News
Cargo Business News has recreated itself into a new brand of industry publication. It not only delivers industry news, but also provides tools and information that helps keep businesses more productive. Cargo Business News offers timely solutions and expert industry advice to assist industry leaders in making day-to-day decisions.
Part of the Northwest Publishing Center group, Cargo Business News began in 1922 when Jackson Corbett, Jr. published the first issue of Marine Digest out of the old Grand Trunk Railroad Dock on the Seattle waterfront.
Eighty-seven years later, the magazine is still thriving. As for the essence of the Marine Digest that Jackson Corbett envisioned almost a century ago? The ships, trains, trucks, ports and all points in between are still moving cargo 87 years later, and in far greater volumes.
Senior Staff includes Mike Daigle, Chairman/CEO; Peter Hurme, Publisher; Christie Daigle, Conferences & Project Manager and Kathleen Howat, National Sales Manager. For more information, call +1.206.324.5644.
More About IES, Ltd.
With offices in the US and in Hong Kong, IES, Ltd. is one of the largest logistics software companies in North America. Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the IES suite of solutions serves freight forwarders, NVOCC’s, Customs brokers and other transportation intermediaries. IES’s product offerings adjust to the changes inherent when doing business in the global arena. As a result, the suite of IES solutions are among the most customizable and adaptable in the industry.