RSA National opts for innovative Hermes 5 to ensure high service level at Dubai Air Cargo Terminal

 RSA National to take full advantage of the leading Cargo Management System from Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT), called Hermes 5 SaaS (H5), HLT’s managed Cloud H5 variant

London, United Kingdom, Thursday 15th November 2018 – Hermes Logistics Technologies has been selected as the new Cargo Management System (CMS) provider for UAE-based logistics specialist RSA National (RSAN).

As a leading provider of CMS Hub Management System (HMS) and Hermes Business Intelligence (HBI), Hermes will optimise cargo handling capabilities for RSAN at its new flagship air cargo terminal at Dubai World Central.

Hermes 5 (H5) is the latest version of the Hermes application offering the latest best-of-breed functionality, a contemporary User Interface / User Experience delivered through a robust cloud infrastructure.

“This will be a full SaaS Hermes 5 implementation and we anticipate a quick implementation of fewer than three months from contract to go-live,” said Yuval Baruch, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Hermes Logistics Technologies.

“We are particularly proud that RSA National selected Hermes after they identified our close fit to their vision and strategy as well as the high level of Hermes responsiveness,” Baruch added.

RSAN is a new joint venture between US-based National and UAE-based RSA Global, and is an integrator offering multimodal supply chain solutions focused primarily on the e-commerce, perishables, government, humanitarian, and retail sectors.

H5 will provide RSAN with its own, fully integrated management tool that will interface with its local community and customers, allowing for smarter process flows as well as messaging compliance.

The Hermes implementation will also give RSAN more control over key areas such as Customs, Service Management, and Revenue Accounting, offering the supply chain specialist a single system that is configured to its needs and the requirements of its customer base.

“RSA National is very pleased to partner with Hermes to provide a best-in-class platform, through which we can continue to provide seamless solutions to our customers,” said Abhishek Ajay Shah, Co-Founder and CEO of RSA Global.

“Our steadfast goal is to steer our operations with utmost visibility and control, and to extend the same facility to our customers.

“We believe that Hermes’ CMS is the perfect tool for RSA National to realise this objective.”

H5, which is being rolled out globally, is a full SaaS implementation capable of running within any Cloud, modernising the Hermes framework for seamless integration with new technologies.

Hermes commenced the global rollout of H5 earlier this year with the implementation of its CMS at ALS Cargo Terminal Co, Ltd at Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi (HAN), Vietnam followed by LuxairCARGO at Luxemburg Airport (LUX), and recently at UASL (Ultramar Group) at Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport (SCL).

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UAE-based logistics specialist, RSA National.

 

ABOUT HERMES LOGISTICS TECHNOLOGIES

Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT) is a provider of Cargo Management Systems to the air cargo industry. Its core application suite includes HERMES CMS (Cargo Management System), HERMES HMS (Hub Management System) and HBI (HERMES Business Intelligence).

HERMES CMS manages all import, export, messaging, service monitoring and accounting processes for traditional cargo ground handling agents. HERMES HMS steers all inbound, outbound, messaging, SLA and accounting for airline hubs or transit shed operators. HBI is a comprehensive big data analytical tool, enabling informed management and operational decisions.

Headquartered in the United Kingdom, HLT has been pioneering, developing and evolving cargo management systems for air cargo since 2002.

All HLT applications are designed and driven by the HLT team of air cargo experts.

Built with the specific requirements of air cargo handlers and airlines in mind, HLT products streamline cargo ground handling processes and maximise profits by using inbuilt best practice to reduce handling and operational errors.

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ABOUT RSA NATIONAL

RSA National is a multimodal supply chain solution provider formed from a JV between third party logistics specialists RSA Global, and freight forwarding and logistics experts National Air Cargo.

RSA National is poised to provide best-in-class contract logistics, cold chain, international freight, transportation and chemical logistics solutions to the air transport, pharmaceutical, perishable, military and other industries.

RSA National’s multimodal logistics hub is situated in Dubai South between Al Maktoum International Airport and Jebel Ali sea port.

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GMR Group selects Hermes Logistics Technologies for Hyderabad International Airport

The implementation of state-of-the-art Hermes technology was completed in just 58 days, and is part of GMR Group’s large-scale upgrade programme

London, United Kingdom, Tuesday 6th November 2018 – Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT) has welcomed GMR Group to their extensive client portfolio to implement Cargo Management Systems at Hyderabad International Airport (HYD), India.

HLT has signed a five-year contract with GMR Group’s subsidiary GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd (GHIAL), including an upgrade schedule to ensure Hyderabad Airport’s cargo terminal will continue to operate with the most sophisticated Cargo Management Systems available.

“GMR team’s requested timeline from contract signature to production was an extremely ambitious 60 days,” said Yuval Baruch, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Hermes Logistics Technologies.

“I am proud to say that HLT rose to the challenge and we managed to go live just 58 days after signing the contract.

“It was a pleasure to work with GMR who are highly professional and committed their best people to work with us on this project, which was extremely helpful and enabled us to meet the implementation deadline.

“Welcoming GMR to our portfolio of international clients is another example of how HLT continues to expand globally, and we look forward to working with them further.”

GHIAL-owned and operated Hyderabad International Airport (HYD) is the sixth largest international airport in India.

“We selected Hermes Logistics Technologies for our Cargo Management Systems at Hyderabad International Airport because we need state-of-the-art, reliable software to ensure the smooth handling of cargo,” said SGK Kishore, Chief Executive Officer, GHIAL.

“Hermes was selected amongst others as they were found to be capable of meeting our needs and delivering our ambitious upgrade plans, as we seek to continuously offer the highest level of service for our customers.”

GHIAL is part of the New Delhi-headquartered GMR Group which specialises in the infrastructure sector with projects across India and around the world, including airports, energy, transportation, and urban infrastructure.

GMR today is one of the top five private airport operators globally, with a presence in India, South East Asia, and Europe.

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Hyderabad International Airport (HYD), India

ABOUT HERMES LOGISTICS TECHNOLOGIES

Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT) is a provider of Cargo Management Systems to the air cargo industry. Its core application suite includes HERMES CMS (Cargo Management System), HERMES HMS (Hub Management System) and HBI (HERMES Business Intelligence).

HERMES CMS manages all import, export, messaging, service monitoring and accounting processes for traditional cargo ground handling agents. HERMES HMS steers all inbound, outbound, messaging, SLA and accounting for airline hubs or transit shed operators. HBI is a comprehensive big data analytical tool, enabling informed management and operational decisions.

Headquartered in the United Kingdom, HLT has been pioneering, developing and evolving cargo management systems for air cargo since 2002.

All HLT applications are designed and driven by the HLT team of air cargo experts. Built with the specific requirements of air cargo handlers and airlines in mind, HLT products streamline cargo ground handling processes and maximise profits by using inbuilt best practice to reduce handling and operational errors.

Visit Hermes Logistics Technologies Ltd.

 

ABOUT GMR GROUP

It was in 1978, when Mr. G.M Rao started off with a small jute mill, and established, over 28 years later, what is known today as the GMR Group. GMR is today a major player in the infrastructure sector, with world class projects in India and abroad.

GMR Group is headquartered in New Delhi, and has been developing projects in high growth areas such as airports, energy, transportation, and urban infrastructure.

GMR Group is one of the fastest growing infrastructure enterprises in the country with a rich and diverse experience spanning three decades.

With our vibrant portfolio of projects, GMR is uniquely placed to build state of the art projects in sectors that are of critical importance in the process of development.

Using the Public Private Partnership model, the Group has successfully leveraged its core strengths to implement several iconic infrastructure projects in India.

Visit GMR Group here

 

Hermes Logistics Technologies appoints new Head of Products and Services

Jacek Lechocki joins the cargo management systems provider, as it begins work on a native Cloud-developed suite of products

London, United Kingdom, Tuesday, 14th August 2018 – Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT) has appointed Jacek Lechocki as Head of Products and Services, as it continues to roll out its innovative new version, Hermes 5 (H5), globally.

Lechocki, who is taking the helm on the Cargo and Quality Control teams, will be responsible for Hermes’ Cargo PM, Product PM and Help Desk services, as well as heading cargo sales efforts among other areas of the business.

“As a commercial aviation enthusiast, I am very excited to be joining HLT at a time when adoption of latest technologies can drive significant efficiencies and competitive advantage for customers,” said Lechocki.

“My fascination with air cargo started at British Airways World Cargo, where I managed the global customer engagement programme for the adoption of electronic messaging and barcoding, as part of the new business transformation.

“Subsequently, I managed a portfolio of commercial and services e-business projects, including e-bookings, Cargo 2000 development and accreditation and electronic messaging and customer connections, as well as participating in IATA working groups for development of Cargo 2000, eAWB and XML data standards.”

The United Kingdom-headquartered cargo management systems provider began the global roll out of H5, capable of running within any Cloud, earlier this year, modernising the Hermes framework for seamless integration with new technologies.

“We have begun upgrading our customers to the new version of our cargo management and hub management systems, a process that involves, in brief, demos, release documentation and testing,” said Yuval Baruch, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Hermes Logistics Technologies.

“Our team of tech experts has already commenced the development of Hermes NG, a native Cloud-developed suite of products, offering increased value in addition to the great functionality of Hermes at its core.

“We are thrilled to welcome Jacek to the team, who brings with him a wealth of project and product management expertise from the engineering, cargo, marketing, telecommunications and Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industries.

HLT appointed Alexis Labonne as its new Chief Technology Officer earlier in the year.

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Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT) has appointed Jacek Lechocki as Head of Products and Services, as it continues to roll out its innovative new version, Hermes 5 (H5), globally.

Unleashing the Power of SaaS: Serverless Cloud

by Alex Labonne

What and Why

In our last newsletter, we touched on digital and why this new era has come along. One catalyst of the digital era is the commoditisation of infrastructure resources from the big Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) providers.

This in turn creates a wonderful ecosystem for the proliferation of applications that are also commoditized; not only our hardware financing can switch to almost full Operating Expense (OPEX), but so can our software, per hour, per tonne, per throughput etc.

One would think the financial aspect (not always cheaper but certainly more manageable) would be reason enough for the adoption trend of Software as a Service (SaaS) solution for varied industries, but there are many more.

Elasticity and the ability to respond on demand to large flux of data and usage to then scale back during quieter periods allows the small guys to play with the big ones, provided they convert that traffic into business of course.

Many Cloud providers also provide SaaS components and the ability to create many additional components over and over, with de facto backup, horizontal scale, security, deployment processes, usage tracking etc., reducing development, test and deployment times to allow businesses to focus on what matters most: innovation and their market.

Finally, the flexibility, the ability to run many components and applications in a networked and loose coupled way underlines the need for SaaS adoption. Running several component versions side by side to remove older ones smoothly, deploying updates seamlessly to provide the best upgrade experience. The list goes on…

Hermes offers SaaS today

Hermes provides a version of its software fully hosted and handled in the Cloud (Azure or Amazon). Whilst it provides exactly the same functionality for a slightly cheaper overall cost, it is still deployed as a “tenant” for any given customer.

This takes away many concerns about data safety, whilst removing most infrastructure headaches for customers. It also allows us to support our customers more efficiently.

But we feel that the software commoditisation aspects, savings and dynamism, are not at their real potential by using virtual machines or containers. We still need to manage Operating Systems, patches etc., spending time we can dedicate to developing better cargo apps.

True SaaS power

The Hermes application is moving towards becoming a much more open platform, with all the trimmings one might imagine. But as the components of Hermes are broken apart, grown significantly, scaled, opened and moved to the Cloud, core system and business aspects become more complex; security, scalability, OS patching, system upgrades, RDBMS tuning, etc.

To accelerate software development, Hermes needs to leverage existing SaaS technologies to stand upon. Enter Serverless components.

Rather than deploying the Hermes stack within containers such as VMs in the Cloud, HLT will leverage existing SaaS/PaaS facilities in the Cloud to accelerate its productivity, giving our customers more innovative applications and services. No hardware, no VMs, no OS, just pure business logic and good design patterns focus.

Hermes to rendezvous with the future

As we highlighted the Digital Trend show stoppers in our previous article, one would be forgiven to see the HLT strategy as a risky move. After all some markets are not ready, nor permitting the use of public Cloud. I say public with a pinch of salt, as much of the business logic and data can actually be hidden and VPNed solely to a customer’s network.

We know that customers in different countries will adopt these technologies at different rates, depending on their government regulations, financial practices or competitive appetite. Hermes will be ready to bring great advantage to those who adopt Hermes SaaS with more granular purchase schemes and/or pay-as-you-go full OPEX financing.

UASL chooses Hermes 5 to optimise delivery of airline services at Santiago Airport

Airlines at the Chilean hub will benefit from fully integrated management tool

London, United Kingdom, Wednesday, 1st August 2018 – Hermes Logistics Technologies has been selected as the new cargo management systems provider for UASL to maximise its air cargo handling and documentation capabilities.

Part of the Ultramar Group, Chile-headquartered UASL is a Ground Handling Agent (GHA) at Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport (SCL) and sister company of local cargo handling warehouses Depocargo (import) and Teisa (export).

Hermes 5 (H5), the innovative new version of Hermes’ Cargo Management System (CMS) and Hub Management System (HMS) applications, is planned to be implemented at SCL in 2018.

“The H5 implementation at UASL is a full Software as a Service (SaaS) implementation where UASL will benefit from a fast Cloud H5 deployment that could see the system live as early as Q3/18,” said Yuval Baruch, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Hermes Logistics Technologies.

“Once H5 is implemented at SCL, UASL will have its own, fully integrated management tool that will interface with its local community and customers, allowing for smarter process flows, messaging compliance and more control over key areas such as Customs, service management and revenue accounting.

“We are delighted to have been selected by Chile’s leading logistics group, marking HLT’s further expansion into the South American market and look forward to support UASL’s and Ultramar’s expansion plans.”

The Hermes implementation will offer UASL a single system that is configured to its needs and the changing requirements of its growing customer base.

“As an important GHA supplier in Chile, we implement solutions to comply with the quality standards for operations required by our clients,” said Christian Cood, CEO, UASL.

“After evaluating different options available in the market, we found in Hermes Logistics Technologies a world class supplier, with the experience we were looking for in the airfreight industry. We trust that this partnership with Hermes will be long-term.”

H5, which is being rolled out globally, is a full SaaS implementation capable of running within any Cloud, modernising the Hermes framework for seamless integration with new technologies.

“When I was notified about the Hermes implementation as the new operational software, I knew it was the right decision and that it would improve our processes and increase our quality standards,” added Mauricio Acevedo, Key User, UASL.

“In my 15 years of experience in the airfreight industry, I found in Hermes a solution that covers our requirements perfectly.”

Hermes commenced the global rollout of H5 earlier this year with the implementation of its CMS at ALS Cargo Terminal Co., Ltd at Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi, Vietnam.

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Hermes Logistics Technologies has been selected as the new cargo management systems provider for UASL to maximise its air cargo handling and documentation capabilities.

Digital and Air Cargo: Seldom related to standards

by Alex Labonne

Why does digital matter?

At the risk of defining digital for a world that is already confused by the hype itself, one must understand why the digital evolution is occurring to begin with.

  • There is more data available about many more things.
  • Access to infrastructure and devices that consume and render data is more commoditised than ever thanks to the Cloud.
  • People communicate more and more digitally through social networks.

These social networks are accessible through many means, but mobile is by far the medium of choice, centring on the individual.

Where does that leave the air cargo industry? What could all these digital angles bring or disrupt?

Cargo produces a lot of events and data. From airlines to consolidators, forwarders and handlers are all constantly creating events that are rarely surfaced or shared.

One could think that the lack of standards would be reason enough, but this cannot be true, as other industries are sharing data constantly with very little standards.

Beyond the obvious benefits to the e-commerce industry in terms of refined, more precise accounting and tracking, there are other more interesting aspects of the digital trend for the cargo industry.

Automation of the warehouse, with constant feedback on the best performing configuration from AI, traffic estimation and loss prevention, shipment repurposing, exceptional shipment handling and planning (e.g. disaster relief cargo), linking to external events (weather, conflicts, etc.), insurance claim handling, predictive maintenance, the list goes on and on, and for everyone along the logistic chain.

In terms of human interaction, the ability to surface data in the Cloud on commoditised and serverless applications opens the gate to inter-agent communications, fast and simpler contract exchanges (AWB, Manifests) between service suppliers and government agencies, with little infrastructure requirements

The future is looking extremely bright, and we haven’t even scratched the surface.

What are the blockers?

Digital is happening fast primarily in the retail world, but health, energy and banking are also coming in hot. Giants, such as Amazon, are showing the world how it is done in the world of logistics, and air cargo is taking notes.

The costs are certainly a factor when it comes to digital transformation, but one of the biggest blockers is the move to the Cloud. There are still concerns about data regulations and security, sometimes unfounded, but deeply rooted in past beliefs than if one can see the database server from one’s desk, it is surely safer than out there in the ether.

The reticence is not unfounded and the new GDPR regulations certainly put the sting in data sharing. Add the hacking scandals currently all over the press into the mix and all this is enough to kick the adoption of digital transformation right into touch.

What is HLT doing about it?

The Hermes Logistics Technologies roadmap is angling for full digital transformation and towards a full Software as a Service (SaaS) platform running in the Cloud.

We believe that a platform that is open and well controlled with minimal friction in terms of infrastructure and setup is the way to help our customers fulfil their digital potential.

The ability for both ourselves and our customers to share data and events should trigger many more applications and feed AIs with what is needed for greater insights.

Over the coming weeks, we will talk about our digital roadmap, its technology components and how they could help air cargo operators and our customers.

Hermes CTO Alexis Labonne on Unimagined Benefits in CAAS

Alex Labonne’s arrival as chief technology officer (CTO) at Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT) comes as the air freight technology group prepares to roll out the latest version of its cargo management system: Hermes 5. But Labonne also brings a refreshing new perspective from outside air cargo on a sector that seems finally set to go through a major technology transformation in the next few years.

Read more on Cargo Airports & Airline Services.

Hermes’ new H5 version goes live at Hanoi Airport ahead of global rollout

ALSC in Hanoi, Vietnam is the first Hermes customer to go live with the innovative new version called Hermes 5

London, United Kingdom, Tuesday, 10th April 2018 – Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT) has gone live with its new Cargo Management System (CMS) version, called Hermes 5 (H5), at ALS Cargo Terminal Co., Ltd (ALSC), Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi, Vietnam.

H5, which will be rolled out globally, future proofs Hermes’ CMS application by modernising its framework to allow for simpler integration with new technologies and opening up Hermes through APIs and new messaging channels.

Additionally, the ability to run within any Cloud, private or public, makes H5 simpler to implement for Cloud ready customers.

ALSC and its customers benefit from a faster and more controlled service, with hand-held device functionality, intelligent warehouse task steering and real-time Service Level Agreement (SLA) monitoring.

“Our new version offers ALSC bespoke, pre-advice messaging between its hub and satellite warehouses to gain key task visibility and efficiencies in cargo transfer times,” said Yuval Baruch, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Hermes Logistics Technologies.

“In driving the ALSC implementation, the HLT team of cargo and technical experts provided on-site support to ALSC contributing to successfully getting the system live with a number of its customers.

“The preparation and training towards this go-live, as well as working together shoulder to shoulder with the ALSC team during the go-live week, enabled ALSC to independently roll out its remaining airlines efficiently and on schedule, with remote support from Hermes.

“We provided best-in-practice process framework for the handling of sensitive and special cargo, in addition to a wealth of Big Data that is used to effectively analyse and demonstrate the quality of service provision.”

H5 is the latest version in a suite of Hermes’ applications and includes HERMES Cargo Management System (CMS), HERMES Hub Management System (HMS) and HERMES Business Intelligence (HBI).

“With the vision of becoming the pioneering cargo handling terminal in the region, ALSC chose H5, the newest version of Hermes’ CMS,” said Le Thanh Binh, Deputy Director, ALS Cargo Terminal Co., Ltd.

“Thanks to the support from Hermes, from business study to on-site and remote support, we have successfully implemented the new system for all of our customers.

“The innovative design of H5 brings us a new experience in terms of service provision, performance control and user interaction.

“We strongly believe that under the customer-oriented leadership of Mr. Yuval Baruch, HLT and Hermes 5 shall continuously be upgraded to offer a competitive advantage to our Terminal and bring more value to our Airline, Consignee and Shipper customers.”

Hermes recently appointed Alexis Labonne as its new Chief Technology Officer to lead the Hermes team in rolling out H5.

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Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT) has gone live with its new Cargo Management System (CMS) version, called Hermes 5 (H5), at ALS Cargo Terminal Co., Ltd (ALSC), Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi, Vietnam.

 

“Our new version offers ALSC bespoke, pre-advice messaging between its hub and satellite warehouses to gain key task visibility and efficiencies in cargo transfer times,” said Yuval Baruch, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Hermes Logistics Technologies. “In driving the ALSC implementation, the HLT team of cargo and technical experts provided on-site support to ALSC contributing to successfully getting the system live with a number of its customers.”

Hermes CEO Yuval Baruch in TIACA Times

Yuval Baruch has been Chief Executive Officer of Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT) at Magic Software Enterprises Ltd since joining in September 2012. He previously held senior board and management positions at companies including Matrix IT Ltd, Pilat HR Solutions and J.R. Holdings & Development Ltd. He was recently interviewed for TIACA Times, TIACA’s quarterly magazine, offering insight on everything from blockchain to disruptors. Read more on TIACA’s website.

Hermes readies for new H5 release with appointment of Chief Technology Officer

Alexis Labonne takes the helm as the cargo management systems provider prepares to roll out its innovative Hermes 5 version

London, United Kingdom, Thursday, 8th February 2018 – Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT), a leading provider of cargo management systems for the airfreight industry, has appointed Alexis Labonne as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) as it prepares to roll out its latest version, called Hermes 5 (H5).

The United Kingdom-headquartered tech leader, which has been pioneering digital solutions for airlines and air cargo handlers since 2002, will roll out H5 this year, with a leading European handling agent amongst its first customers to deploy the innovative new version.

Alexis Labonne has over 20 years’ experience in technology, most recently with Hitachi Consulting working on Security and Customs, Education and Government projects, as Architect and CTO.

“Hermes has invested considerably to advance our technological infrastructure, as well as the Hermes functionality,” said Yuval Baruch, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Hermes Logistics Technologies.

“Our H5 version is proof of our innovation-focused approach to the industry, aimed at ensuring that our customers keep benefitting from the best Cargo Management System (CMS) and Hub Management System (HMS) in the world.

“Alexis brings with him extensive experience to support Hermes to further strengthen our technical capabilities.”

Alexis Labonne, who takes over from Oded Lavee, comes from a software development and architecture background, and has worked as Chief Architect/CTO and as Enterprise Architect for a number of companies, including Hitachi Consulting, BT, GSK, UK Council, Pfizer and KPMG.

“I am keen on dynamic engineering patterns and practices to foster innovation and reduce productivity drag,” said Alexis Labonne.

“My technical experience allows me to be both responsive to market demands, as well as changing technology trends.”

Alexis Labonne will head the HLT team of air cargo technical experts, who are now following a digital roadmap to use the power of Cloud services, IoT, AI and blockchain technologies.

“I’d like to take this opportunity and thank Oded for his contribution to improving the Hermes system, internal processes and the recent major version that will be the base for our future,” added Yuval Baruch.

H5 is the latest version of a suite of applications, which includes HERMES CMS, Hermes HMS and HBI (HERMES Business Intelligence).

HERMES CMS manages all import, export, messaging, service monitoring and accounting processes for traditional cargo ground handling agents. HERMES HMS steers all inbound, outbound, messaging, SLA and accounting processes for airline hubs or transit shed operators. HBI is a comprehensive Big Data analytical tool, enabling informed management and operational decisions.

Shortly after its release, H5 will be rolled out globally.

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Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT), a leading provider of cargo management systems for the airfreight industry, has appointed Alexis Labonne as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) as it prepares to roll out its latest version, called Hermes 5 (H5).

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