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[February 26, 2013]

NewAge Software & Solutions Enters the North American Market

JAMAICA, NY, Feb 26, 2013 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- NewAge Software & Solutions, a global service provider of integrated, enterprise applications for freight forwarding (FF) and logistics companies, announces its entrance into the North American market. Michael Sinclair and Charles Chute, both experienced logistics industry professionals, will lead NewAge's expansion.

Established in 2003, NewAge has users in 36 countries at 135 different locations. Users include: Freight forwarders, NVOCCs, consolidators, 3PLs, warehouse operators, customs house agents, and relocation specialists.

NewAge's comprehensive ERP technology suite facilitates the planning, execution, monitoring, and control of freight movements, as well as boosts operational efficiency and productivity. These applications are Web-based and are available as SaaS or hosted model. The database is built on Oracle; user interface is written in Java; and the entire suite is hosted on Amazon's global network of secure servers.

The various modules include: -- Air, ocean, land/trucking modules -- Customs -- Finance and management/MIS -- Sales and customer service management, and HR -- Track and trace -- Warehouse management -- e-Communication modules: Talk, Data, and Files -- eCommerce - Import/export documentation -- Mobile applications: track & trace, sailing schedules and quoting "Companies today need innovative technology, precisely what NewAge offers to streamline processes, boost time and cost savings, and improve customer satisfaction. That's why I am so eager to introduce the benefits of NewAge Software & Solutions to logistics companies in North America," says Michael Sinclair, President of NewAge Software & Solutions.

About NewAge Software & Solutions NewAge defines, develops and delivers technology enabled business solutions for the global logistics and freight forwarding marketplace. The combination of deep domain and delivery expertise; focus on customer requirements; customized solutions, methodologies and frameworks; technology alliances and service partnerships; secure & scalable delivery infrastructure across geographies; and mature quality management based on ISO & ITIL standards transforms businesses. NewAge's mission is to deliver sustainable and enhanced value to customers through innovative application of technology, talent and knowledge.

To learn more, visit: http://www.newage-global.com Contact: CKL Communications Carol Kraeutler Lerner 973.635.6923 Email Contact SOURCE: NewAge Software & Solutions http://www2.marketwire.com/mw/emailprcntct id=3A030A85D2306C77

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