Maersk collaborates with Youredi to enable digitisation implementation

By James Henderson
Cloud-based integration platform Youredi and A.P. Moller - Maersk have announced a new collaboration in which Youredi will assist Maersk in making its d...

Cloud-based integration platform Youredi and A.P. Moller - Maersk have announced a new collaboration in which Youredi will assist Maersk in making its data available to external parties to improve their customer’s visibility.

In a release, Youredi said it will work is to ensure that Maersk systems can be integrated to external platforms in an effective and cost-efficient manner, without a need to customise or change the existing systems in the ecosystem.

The connectivity provided by Youredi enables real-time information exchange automatically, thus improving the efficiency of processes and providing end-to-end visibility across the ecosystem.

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“From the beginning, Youredi’s mission has been to support the digitisation of the global supply chain to ultimately improve the efficiency and visibility of global trade,” said Jaakko Elovaara, chief executive officer of Youredi.

“Our technology can help Maersk to rapidly connect with any participants within the value chain and share information in real-time.”

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