The decision of Riege Software to attend the Cargo Week Americas from June 26 – 28 at Centro Citibanamex in Mexico City was driven by commitment to the developing economy of Mexico and the people being engaged in the forwarding industry. Actively participating in this No. 1 exhibition for freight and logistics in Mexico, hosting empirically over 17,000 visitors, is a must and a mission. As Tobias Riege, CEO of Riege Software points out: “In compliance with our corporate philosophy of ‘Putting people first’ our engagement in Mexico furthers our goal of providing user-friendly technology from Germany. We also know that global partnerships and cooperation are best energized by local feet on the ground. That’s why we are in Mexico, that’s why we attend the Cargo Week Americas with our own stand.”

Principal task of Riege Software and its Mexican em ployees is to drive the development and implementation of Mexican-specific features and integrations within Scope and keep it in sync with the rapidly developing logistics industry in Mexico. Scope is the company’s innovative TMS, and designated to boost economic success but also to brighten the worklife of the most important factor in logistics – humans. In day-to-day business, Riege provides all services and support needed on-site, adding a personal touch to the digitized working world. “Regardless of electronic communication and fulfillment, our physical closeness adds the human touch promised by our company mission,” states Niels Schellingerhout, Head of Business Development at Riege Software in Mexico.

This approach to thought and action enabled Riege to add functions and interfaces, in short order, to serve the demand of Mexican customers as well as to fulfill the obligatory and mandatory requirements of Mexican fiscal laws.

Currently, S cope conta ins an impressive number of local Mexican features and functions: Mexican Tax logic, enabling customers to invoice directly out of Scope. The daily automatic download of exchange rates for the Mexican Peso from the Banco de México. The integration of the popular Mexican accounting system CONTPAQi. A feature to validate Mexican tax IDs (RFC). And last but not least, electronic invoicing and stamping (CFDI 3.3) to SAT directly from Scope.

By attending the Cargo Week Americas for the 2nd time, Riege underlines the company’s willingness to foster and support Mexican forwarders with an outstanding TMS made in Germany as well as to establish their Mexican entity on a long-term scale. To express their commitment, next to Niels Schellingerhout, Head of Business Development at Riege Mexico, Riege CEO Dr. Tobias Riege will be present and pleased to welcome visitors to inform them about Scope and to answer questions at stand 1202.

About Riege Software

Riege Software is a leading provider of cloud-based software solutions for the cargo industry. Established in 1985, the privately-owned company provides products and services to more than 450 customers with over 5,000 users in 34 countries. Headquartered in Germany, Riege maintains 6 branches in Europe, Asia and the Americas.

The company’s brand is Scope, a smart, integrated Transport Management System for Air Freight, Sea Freight and Customs. Built with effortless, functional features, Scope accelerates all processes and procedures, and enables seamless collaboration between all stakeholders in the supply chain. Since man is the most important link in the entire supply chain, Scope combines form with function and is designed for current and future logistics professionals. Guaranteed to enhance their work-life.

Firmenkontakt und Herausgeber der Meldung:

Riege Software International GmbH
Mollsfeld 10
40670 Meerbusch
Telefon: +49 (2159) 9148-0
Telefax: +49 (2159) 9148-11

Niels Schellingerhout
Telefon: +52 (442) 335-1539
Benjamin Riege
Riege Software International GmbH
Telefon: +49 (2159) 9148-0
Fax: +49 (2159) 9148-11
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