Cleo announced CIC (Cleo Integration Cloud) for Logistics and Transportation, a solution designed to bring efficiency, optimization, and resilience to supply chain execution.
“Cleo’s category-leading innovation is the driving force behind CIC for Logistics and Transportation, and this newly enhanced solution ensures our customers can meet whatever business commitments they have – be it strict SLAs, revenue growth, or hard onboarding deadlines – by streamlining supply chain execution,” says Mahesh Rajasekharan, Cleo president and CEO. “By combining our platform, network, and services offerings, Cleo is empowering customers to thrive regardless of organizational maturity or external market conditions. Because CIC is the only solution that adapts and scales to meet current and future market needs.”
- CIC for Logistics and Transportation is designed to support organizations with executing priorities ranging from tactical projects to strategic programs.
- CIC helps capture more revenue to support aggressive growth goals, such as onboard shippers, carriers, and customers in hours or days instead of weeks; increase agility by meeting any customer requirement or mandate through a robust any-to-any integration framework supporting any connectivity protocol and any file type; and elevate the scale of operations with support for up to 8,000 B2B transactions per minute.
- CIC eliminates manual tasks to reduce skillset gaps or disjointed supply chain operations; automates API integrations and seamlessly routes EDI transactions across any back-office application (TMS, ERP, WMS, CRM, or others); and reduces lost revenue caused by transaction errors by automating business flows to eliminate manual keying and data entry processes.
- CIC empowers business and customer service personnel with hands-on access to real-time information for every transaction (no more IT tickets to track a load); troubleshoot and resolve integration or transaction errors in real-time; and receive alerts before commitments or Service Level Agreements (SLAs) are missed (for Load Tender Responses, ASNs, invoices etc.).