The traditional model of data exchange in the port industry means that each company must integrate its IT systems with the platforms it interacts with.
For example, a freight forwarder must be able to integrate information in the PCS platforms of the different ports in which it works. It must also integrate with the maritime and customs single windows and finally exchange information on different private digital platforms for traceability, aggregators, etc., which are increasingly proliferating in the sector.
This is a major effort for companies in an activity that is outside the core of their business.
Infoport’s Interoperability solutions simplify this process by unifying all data integrations.
Following the previous example, a freight forwarder will only have to exchange data centrally with Infoport solutions, which will manage the interconnection with the rest of the digital platforms.
All integration management, maintenance and operation is centralized on a single platform, freeing up resources and allowing companies to focus on their core activities.
Infoport’s solutions are adapted to the different requirements of each of the agents of the port community. The system allows the integration of the main messages used by freight forwarders, shipping agents and shipping companies, carriers or terminals.
The system also allows Port Authorities to centralize and streamline the information exchanges of their respective PCS.