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QuestaWeb Offers Module To Enhance TradeMasterQW

QuestaWeb Inc., Westfield, N.J., a provider of global trade management software solutions, has released the QW Integration and Communication Module to enhance the function of its TradeMasterQW suite of Web-native software for supply chain management applications.

The module, included in TradeMasterQW’s eMessengerQW communications infrastructure, features a cross-format integration interface providing separate format, validation and application layers. According to the company, the interface enables seamless connection of business processes including customer resource planning enterprise systems; external compliance databases; and business applications of suppliers, third-party logistics providers, importers and exporters, foreign trade zone operators and other business participants.

“Depending on the complexity of a firm’s systems and processes, integration costs often can approach twice the purchase price of the software,” said Leon Turetsky, CEO, QuestaWeb. “By making the QW Integration and Communication Module available to our customers, QuestaWeb enables them to leverage their information technology staff investment and minimize implementation.” Turetsky also said the module improves the customer’s control over the migration process.

The TradeMasterQW suite is compatible with standard computer language or Oracle database systems.

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