IT merger brings efficiency to Southeast Asian manufacturers

By Nell Walker
German software provider, AEB, and Japanese IT consultancy and solution provider, Toyo Business Engineering (B-EN-G) have collaborated to meet the growi...

German software provider, AEB, and Japanese IT consultancy and solution provider, Toyo Business Engineering (B-EN-G) have collaborated to meet the growing demands affecting daily operations of manufacturing businesses across Southeast Asia.

AEB and B-EN-G offer businesses in the region a leading software solution designed to manage supply chain and international trade.

The system is called ASSIST4, a comprehensive software suite developed in Germany. It is the result of more than 37 years of expertise in supply chain and global trade. It integrates with all existing ERP systems, allows functionality to control cost, helps to achieve better visibility, and manages the import and export of goods.  

Over 5,000 customers across the globe are already using the software to standardise and automate their operations, and it has won multiple awards as a result.

Frans Kok, General Manager of Asia Pacific, commented: “We are keen to have a conversation with manufacturers about their operations in order to identify potential bottlenecks that might keep them from expanding. Together with B-EN-G our mission is to eliminate inefficiency and enable business to grow.”

Ken Kitai, Senior Executive Officer, Global Business Promotion Division of Toyo Business Engineering Corporation, added: “We strive to offer a wide range of solutions to meet the various needs in the manufacturing industry. AEB’s solutions for end-to-end logistics and global trade are the perfect addition to B-EN-G’s existing portfolio of software solutions for global manufacturing execution and operational excellence.”

 

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