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Stream Software Streamliner solution connects to over 90 airlines through WIN

Stream Software’s customers can now prepare their paper and/or electronic Air Waybills (e-AWBs) efficiently within their operational software and transfer data instantly.

Streamliner supports fully paperless air cargo shipments, e-manifests, and enables users to get savings from reduced airline manual processing fees while gaining full electronic tracking so shipments no longer have to be checked manually.

“Stream Software aims to integrate with leading platforms to provide our customers with options to streamline their daily operations,” said Koen Meyskens, Senior Project Manager, Stream Software.

“The integration with the Worldwide Information Network (WIN) upholds the quality standards we have set for our integration partners.

“During the implementation WIN has proven to be a reliable partner we can recommend to our customers.”

“We took WIN as a standalone package in 2015, a fantastic product, providing efficiencies, money saving solutions and the ability to grow our business with other WIN users, integration to our operational software was the logical step,” said Mark Hall, Airfreight Director, Embassy Freight.

“Both the WIN team and Streamliner made it a very smooth painless process for us, a great job on both sides.”

“Our strategy is to reduce barriers to efficiency for independent forwarders worldwide via our advanced technology solutions,” said John DeBenedette, Managing Director, WIN.

“Frequently this means engaging progressive solution providers such as Stream Software who completed their WIN integration in a few short weeks.

“We are very pleased to have them as a partner.”

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