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May 2016

  1. EDI – Are You Giving Profit Away? [Event]

    Sounds like a simple question, but a surprising number of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) users cannot answer it with a great degree of confidence. Join Kewill to find out more!

  2. Kewill buys LeanLogistics: becomes their largest office

    LeanLogistics is a global leader in transportation solutions for shippers, with hundreds of TMS customers across the US and Europe, and a supporting network of over 14,000 carriers.

April 2016

  1. Cleverboxes Selects Kewill DropShip for Order Management

    Cleverboxes is using Kewill DropShip, a collaborative order management and fulfillment solution for retail and wholesale enterprises that drop-ship, or direct despatch, product directly from their suppliers to their customers.

December 2015

  1. Weetabix chooses Kewill to outsource Supply Chain eCommerce

    The news solutions provide users the ability to seamlessly manage the transaction of commercial documents such as orders, invoices and advanced shipping notes with more than 40 suppliers and partners and an easy exchange of payroll information with HMRC.

September 2015

  1. Modus Selects Kewill to Accelerate Time-to-Revenue

    Kewill MessageBroker, the state-of-the-art EDI solution by Kewill, will ensure speed and accuracy in the transaction of critical policy data with their brokers.

June 2015

  1. We proudly present: Kewill – Our newest E-invoicing Platform sponsor!

    A warm welcome to the E-invoicing Platform for Kewill. We hope that this sponsorship will aid Kewill to live up to its goal of delivering solutions that accelerate global trade and logistics.

    And we are thankful that they allow us to carry out our ambition: to promote the best practices and adoption in electronic invoicing and invoice automation and distribute them to end-users.

August 2013

  1. Broekman Group selects Kewill’s supply chain execution platform

    Headquartered in Rotterdam in the Netherlands, with 750 employees worldwide, Broekman Group is a “one stop” logistics service provider offering global multimodal transport, warehousing and customs management services. With Kewill Logistics, Broekman Group’s Logistics division is putting in place a single integrated platform for managing its sea, air and road forwarding, warehousing and Customs processes, to replace the legacy systems previously in use by its logistics division.

  2. Kewill commended among one of the top 100 software vendors In EMEA

    Kewill, a leading provider of innovative software for supply chain execution, has been commended as one of the top 100 software vendors in Europe, The Middle East and Africa (EMEA), according to data compiled by the Global Software Business Strategies Group at IDC. The findings recognize Kewill’s successful track record deploying and maintaining software solutions for customers across the EMEA region and worldwide.

    Jan-Paul Boos, Senior Vice President EMEA at Kewill, says, “As a best of breed software provider, we are delighted to be positioned alongside Europe’s largest and most well-known vendors. Despite challenging conditions and fierce competition in the software industry, Kewill’s revenue and attitude has remained strong, which provides a solid foundation for ongoing investment and customer success.”

December 2012

  1. Latest version Kewill Logistics management suite includes e-invoicing

    Kewill has made our day with the release of the latest version of its transportation, warehouse and freight management suite, Kewill Logistics 6.2.2. This latest version includes “merge in transit” functionality and localisations, but it’s the new e-invoicing opportunity that puts a smile on our faces.

November 2012

  1. 30.8% of UK businesses unaware of how many invoices they process

    Kewill’s recent eInvoicing Survey of 117 companies shows that 44.9% of UK businesses have an e-invoicing solution in place today and 23.8% will be looking at implementing one within the next to years. That’s quite an improvement from a year ago, but there’s still a lot of work to be done.