Parcel Perform and Quiet Platforms launch data partnership

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E-commerce delivery platform Parcel Perform has launched a data partnership with supply chain platform Quiet Platforms.

Under the new agreement, Parcel Perform will integrate its bespoke parcel tracking and data capabilities within Quiet Platforms’ shared services model, to improve transparency and logistics efficiency for retailers and brands in the Quiet Platforms network.

A wholly owned subsidiary of American Eagle Outfitters, Quiet Platforms expects its customers to gain supply chain visibility bolstered by interoperability and data tracking for e-commerce parcel deliveries. As a result, it hopes to manage its end-to-end logistics needs more efficiently and cost-effectively while developing its delivery experience for end customers.

Charles Griffith, chief technology officer of Quiet Platforms, said, “Retail customers have historically had only limited insight into a shipment’s true delivery status, and end-to-end tracking of parcels has been difficult. To further strengthen Quiet Platforms’ capabilities, we sought a partner that could significantly improve supply chain visibility and provide accurate updates from a broad portfolio of carriers. Parcel Perform’s granularity, performance and simplified interfaces made the company an obvious choice.”

“Quiet Platforms is embarking on this journey of optimizing the global end-to-end retail supply chain with Parcel Perform,” said Arne Jeroschewski, founder and CEO of Parcel Perform. “We are excited to contribute to their vision of interoperability via their open-sharing platform. This partnership represents a significant milestone for us as we continue to scale and grow our presence in the Americas. Together, we will work toward enabling leading e-commerce retailers and brands to grow their market share through better customer experiences and improved data visibility in the supply chain.”

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