Kewill launches partnership with Ragged Edge

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Kewill, provider of solutions that simplify global trade and logistics, has signed an agreement with Grimsby-based Ragged Edge Consulting, the shipping and freight industry consultancy, to become an accredited Kewill Referral partner.

Under the terms of the agreement, Ragged Edge will leverage its supply chain knowledge and expertise to identify and progress potential new business opportunities for Kewill's freight forwarding and logistics solutions. In addition they will provide high calibre candidates from the industry to support the ongoing expansion of Kewill's growing European Professional Services organisation.

Commenting on the partnership, Jacquie Boast, Chief Operating Officer for EMEA at Kewill said "We are delighted to enter into this partnership with Ragged Edge and have been very impressed with their responsiveness to the increase in demand for Kewill's global freight forwarding solutions following the recent addition of a number of major logistics service providers to our growing list of freight forwarding customers.  Their domain knowledge and network of clients and contacts are providing Kewill with a valuable additional European go to market platform, and they have consistently demonstrated their ability to introduce exceptional candidates to our Professional Services team."

Ian Mackenzie, Managing Director of  Ragged Edge said "Our knowledge, understanding and expertise in the Shipping, Ports, Freight, Transport, and Logistics sector ideally places us to identify potential opportunities for Kewill's market-leading software, as we advise companies on optimising their business processes. Entering into this agreement will enable us to develop an even deeper knowledge of Kewill's capabilities and delivery methods, allowing us to act as true partners in terms of correctly determining where its solutions will add value, and recommending industry professionals who will provide an ideal fit with existing personnel and projects."


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