Elizabeth Arden Automates Export Shipping Process

Chicago, April 24, 2003-Precision Software, the leading provider of international trade management solutions is pleased to announce today that Elizabeth Arden, a leading global prestige fragrance and beauty products company, will deploy Precision Software's TRA/X International Trade Logistics solution to simplify and automate its entire U.S. export shipping process. By streamlining its exporting operations, Elizabeth Arden will improve order-to-ship times and reduce operational costs.

Elizabeth Arden will integrate the TRA/X software with its distribution software system to perform automated packing, load building and generate international trade documentation. As a high volume shipper, Elizabeth Arden required a system that provided functionality for packing as well as building pallets and ocean containers. Precision Software's transportation management modules within TRA/X will enable Elizabeth Arden to fulfil all their planning and shipping requirements with a single-stop solution suite.

TRA/X will provide Elizabeth Arden with a selection of over 100 documents within the Export Documentation module and enable electronic filing of Shipper's Export Declarations to U.S. Customs through the Automated Export System (AES). Elizabeth Arden will also use the TRA/X Document Imaging function to scan and archive all shipping-related documentation for added shipment visibility and control.

Commenting on the annoucement, Gráinne Graham, Precision's Global Marketing Manager, said "Elizabeth Arden is a global player, with dynamic requirements to address the complexities of their global logistics operations. Their decision to choose TRA/X as the optimal solution available in the marketplace is further testimony to Precision's track record of expertise in this space. We look forward to assisting Elizabeth Arden achieve logistics excellence and overall improving their bottomline."

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