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Posted Date: 11/1/2009

QuestaWeb's GTM Software Certified for Integration with SAP ERP

QuestaWeb Inc., provider of web-based integrated Global Trade Management (GTM) solutions, has announced that its Global Trade Management 4.2.26 solution is certified for integration with the SAP ERP application.

The SAP Integration and Certification Center granted the certification after subjecting QuestaWeb's Global Trade Management 4.2.26 software to the SAP integration scenario titled "Integration Assessment Based Certification." The certified functions include: download Material Master lists and details, Vendor Master lists and details, Commercial Invoice lists and details and Purchase Order lists and details.

The solution also qualified as "SAP Solution Manager Ready." Thus, when Global Trade Management is in a customer's system landscape, the application configuration and log files are displayed in the SAP Solution Manager application management solution, which eases system landscape support and optimization.

QuestaWeb's suite of multi-national trade solutions, known as Global Trade Management 4.2.26, leverages advanced technologies to deliver measurable business results. The software streamlines cross-border trade processes by combining transactions with rich content, helping all supply chain parties to work together seamlessly to move goods worldwide in a rapid, secure and compliant manner, the company reports.

The suite, which offers a modular design, promotes collaboration among exporters, freight forwarders, carriers, customs brokers, agents, financial institutions and importers. Further, it leverages the power and accessibility of the Internet in firms' global trade activities.

for more information: www.questaweb.com

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