UPS Technology Integration
The first eShip integration dates to 2009, the year in which, on behalf of the UPS agency in Parma, we implemented the project for an important sportswear brand. Since then, for that customer, the solution has continued to handle an average of 300 shipments per day.
In 2015, for an important car manufacturer, we implanted one of the most complicated system integration ever, inserting the eShip solution in an armored and complex information system.
Over time, the eShip solution has evolved to keep up with new technologies, from the first version that exchanged data by file, we moved on to the most recent implementation capable of adopting web services and interfacing with the company information system or to the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB).
Also, from a service point of view, the eShip solution has continued to evolve by integrating new UPS shipping services such as Worldwide Express Freight and Cargo.