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LOG-NET application to automate Camuto's global supply chain
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Jun '08
LOG-NET Inc, an industry leader in international enterprise supply chain software solutions, announced Camuto Group Inc as its newest LOG-NET application customer. Camuto Group, Inc selected the LOG-NET application to automate their global supply chain.

Camuto Group is a leading organization for design, development and distribution of women's fashion footwear and is renowned for its ability to build women's lifestyle brands on a global scale.

LOG-NET provides Camuto Group with a single solution that easily automates their supply chain from purchase order creation to the final delivery.

LOG-NET will handle several functions including supplier integration, the receiving of electronic ocean status and event updates as well as sending outbound advanced shipment notices.

In addition, LOG-NET supports other logistics management needs including detailed visibility and purchase order integration with Camuto Group freight forwarders and internal systems.

"We are very pleased to have been selected by Camuto Group," noted John Motley, CEO of LOG-NET. "Fashion footwear is a fast-paced business with very demanding time and detail requirements.

Our experience and capability to automatically support their detail packing, supplier integration and Customs interface requirements were keys to a successful deployment," Mr. Motley added.

Camuto Group was looking for a solution with a proven track record and the capability to deployand train globally to enhance the efficiency and service levels of their sourcing and international logistics processes.

"LOG-NET was a great fit for us," sited Ron Dente, Sr. VP Corporate Logistics & Distribution. "Camuto Group is excited to partner with LOG-NET, which will allow us to maximize our global logistics activity and enhance our fast paced growth profile," Mr. Dente added.

LOG-NET Inc

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