Hurricane’s customers and partners include postal operators, online retailers, marketplaces and technology platforms
EVRi – previously known as Hermes – has integrated Hurricane Commerce’s award-winning Zephyr and Aura solutions to ensure the best possible experience for its international eCommerce customers.
The parcel delivery specialist began by successfully adopting our denied parties screening and prohibited and restricted goods screening services.
EVRi and its retailer customers are benefiting from Hurricane’s monitoring and updating of over 250 lists of denied parties in real-time, ensuring new information is live and accurate.
Hurricane also continually updates prohibited and restricted items in line with government announcements from around the world.
EVRi is now extending the use of Hurricane’s technology to include its Zephyr data enhancement solution which ensures that shipments have the right data – including HS6 codes, product descriptions and 8- and 10- digit import and export codes – to pass smoothly through customs and on to the end consumer.
Ed Ayyad, Director of International at EVRi, said: “EVRi is committed to providing our customers with the best possible experience and a key part of this mission is ensuring parcels can move seamlessly on to their final destination.
“Achieving this requires the adoption of best-in-class technology and we are therefore delighted to have chosen Hurricane to be our global strategic partner for the provision of cross-border data solutions.”
Leading delivery management platform Scurri’s relationship with its customers is built on trust.
They need to trust that its platform will get orders from the retailer to the end consumer in the fastest and most seamless way possible.
Having the most complete, accurate and compliant cross-border shipment data is a critical part of this journey.
That is why Scurri, which has offices in the UK and Ireland, selected Hurricane as its global data partner.
Hurricane’s Zephyr API ensures that shipments have the right data – including HS6 codes, product descriptions and 8- and 10- digit import and export codes – to pass smoothly through customs and on to the end consumer.
Rory O’Connor, Founder & CEO of Scurri, said: “In every step of this journey technology plays a critical part. The adoption of Hurricane’s AI-driven, real-time solutions is a vital addition to our offering.
“Our customers depend on us to help them to scale, save money, improve efficiency, and deliver a better customer experience.
“Hurricane is the leader in its field, and we are delighted to be harnessing its solutions on our platform.”
Martyn Noble, CEO of Hurricane Commerce, said: “Having high quality data from first file to last mile is non-negotiable in today’s highly regulated and complex global eCommerce.”
One World Express’s strategic partnership with Hurricane enables the logistics expert to provide a first-class service and innovative solutions to online sellers in the cross-border space.
One World delivers solutions through a single API connection into its technology platform Smarttrack, which powers its eCommerce logistics platform, Ship2World.
The integration of Hurricane’s AI-driven real-time data solutions, Zephyr and Aura, into Smarttrack will further enhance its sophisticated offering by ensuring that shipments have the right data – including HS6 codes, product descriptions and 8- and 10- digit import and export codes – to pass smoothly through customs and on to the end consumer.
Aura also covers the three critical cross-border areas of duty and tax calculation, prohibited and restricted goods screening and denied parties screening.
Atul Bhakta, One World Express Group’s CEO, said: “The Ship2World platform, which is powered by our technology platform Smarttrack, is enabling customers to expand into new and exciting global markets but, to achieve this, the platform must be best-in-class.
“The integration of Hurricane’s Zephyr and Aura data technologies is a key part of our offering, ensuring that our customers’ data meets the stringent requirements of today’s cross-border regulations.”