New Software Offers International Trade Management Functionality

G-Log, a provider of global logistics and transportation software, announced the general availability of version 4.5 of its G Log Global Command and Control Center (GC3) software. The 4.5 release adds 40 new features to the GC3 system and offers expanded inventory management and international trade management functionality. The only single system that can manage an entire logistics network across multiple modes, business units and geographies, the Web-native GC3 software intelligently evaluates inventory, transportation and logistics tradeoffs to drive top-line revenue and bottom-line profitability.

Employing the world’s largest development team devoted to logistics and transportation software, G-Log spent more than 30,000 hours developing the new features and enhanced usability in GC3 version 4.5. After collaborating with several of its Global 2000 customers to understand what new functionality would provide the greatest benefit, the G-Log team focused its development efforts on expanding the GC3 product footprint in two primary areas: inventory management and international trade management.

G-Log offers the only logistics platform capable of managing transportation and inventory -- whether in transit or at rest -- in a single system. In response to customers’ need to track inventory counts at each location in the supply chain, the 4.5 release includes expanded inventory management capabilities that enables users to enter and view item-level product information for specific locations. With GC3, users can now have network-wide visibility and status information of all inventory in the supply chain, providing the unique ability to intelligently evaluate tradeoffs and optimize all shipments.

GC3 was built from the ground up to support international trade management and the growing demands of the logistics service provider market. GC3 4.5 delivers capabilities for efficiently processing logistics service providers’ complex, time-sensitive, cross-border shipments, including intelligent ocean booking and route management, rate quoting, commercial invoice creation and management, support for public hazardous material data and export licenses, centralized services management, international financial management, and advanced vessel management. These new capabilities allow logistics service providers to use GC3 as their logistics back-office system for managing all of their international trade services and computing total landed costs, which companies use to determine the profitability of a transaction.

For more information, visit www.g-log.com.

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