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Fully integrated ERP solution that serves grain origination, trading, fertilizers, feed management and retail distribution.
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Fully integrated, web-based ERP solution for Petroleum Wholesale, Retail Propane, Card Fueling, Lubricants, and C-stores.
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VoIPstudio is a hosted VoIP phone system created especially for organizations that are looking for a professional hosted PBX system. iRely integrated VoIPstudio into i21 so that it can be used to help expedite support calls by automatically opening the i21 Entity screen based on the Caller ID. https://voipstudio.com/en/
Every mile you put on your trucks costs money. Fuel alone costs 30-40% of your cost per mile. Then there is the increased maintenance and repairs, along with capital outlay for new trucks. The most cost and time efficient way to reduce run-outs and off route deliveries is to develop
Patrick Reames from CTRMCenter.com had the opportunity to catch-up with iRely recently, visiting with Meetesh Shah, iRely’s president, and Greg Taylor, an experienced and well-respected CTRM executive serving on the company’s board of advisors. For those that may not be familiar with the company, iRely was founded in the early
Earlier this year Vantiv and Worldpay joined forces to become a global leader of integrated omni-commerce payments. As they progress through the beginning of next year, you will see the Vantiv name, logo and references transition to Worldpay. Vantiv agreed to acquire Worldpay (NYSE: WP) for $10.4 billion using cash