Kale Logistics Solutions, a leading global IT Solution provider to the logistics, airports and transportation industry announced that its Saudi Arabian client, HALA Supply Chain Services (HALA SCS) has gone live on its CORVI-Intelligent Freight Management System.
HALA SCS is a rapidly growing logistics service provider in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and is serving a wide diaspora of clientele from warehousing, transportation, forwarding and clearing industries. It has an ever expanding business portfolio and for its extensive logistics services it required smart and scalable software to match its growth plans. With CORVI, HALA has established a seamless electronic communication between its operations and finance thereby ensuring information uploaded by one team is available to all concerned.
CEO of HALA SCS, Pieter Spaarwater said, “We have been able to better serve our customers through operational control, business visibility and following industry best practices across various locations. CORVI has relieved us from internal administrative tasks and there has been an overall improvement in accuracy and improved customer service levels.”
Vineet Malhotra, director of Kale Logistics added, “We are happy to see HALA embracing next generation logistics technology with CORVI. The functionality rich CORVI application helps streamline business processes and keep pace with changing customer expectations. We are confident that HALA will realize all the benefits from CORVI-Freight Management System that a modern and growing Logistics Service provider requires.”
CORVI is a web-based application that can be hosted centrally and accessed with a simple internet connection. The functionality rich CORVI application caters to the business needs from order to cash. It comprises of sales and CRM, multi-modal transport operation, documentation, billing and configurable pro-active alerts. CORVI provides real time shipment visibility to operational users and complete business visibility to senior and middle managements through various reports.