FusionHub offers secure logistics management solutions that empower businesses and e-businesses, traversing across different delivery modes, including land transportation, air and sea freight, express courier services, and warehousing.
AceFusion.com recently announced its new office opening in Singapore and participated in the Singapore Government-led trade fair, Singapore TechVenture 2000, in the US.
In early March this year, AceFusion announced its successful first round venture capital funding of S$4 million.
The portal is operational and has already started delivering its services to customers; current users of FusionHub include companies such as public-listed Ossia International in Singapore and Traffic Express International of Thailand. More than S$300 million worth of goods is expected to be transacted over the portal by year-end.
FusionHub brings together these various players in the supply chain into a seamless, end-to-end solution that provides the necessary back-end fulfillment services of an e-commerce transaction.
“E-commerce is nothing without e-fulfillment. Today, as e-commerce becomes more prevalent in Asia Pacific, the real measurement of online success is not a fancy website or buying and selling over the Internet,” said Mr. Lim Chee Kean, chief executive officer of AceFusion.com.
“The true success of e-commerce is determined by the fulfillment backbone – how the business’ supply chain is integrating with logistics providers to get the right package out from the warehouse, across land, air and sea to the right buyer at the right time.”
Based on open Internet technology, FusionHub will allow third party software vendors to integrate with AceFusion’s solutions. FusionHub is designed with the user in mind, offering a host of benefits that can only be offered by a centralised site handling the business of e-fulfillment, such as, but not limited to:
“FusionHub has received a ‘two thumbs-up’ by both Asia Pacific and global businesses to build a cost-optimised delivery network of strong supplier/manufacturer relationships,” Mr Lim added.
“The Internet has made this relationship to be more than just a social network; it ultimately fills the gap often overlooked in a so-called complete end-to-end e-commerce initiative. With FusionHub, it is easier to do business online.”
Launched by the chairman of Singapore’s National Science and Technology Board, Mr Teo Ming Kian, FusionHub also aims to further spur the Government’s mission of making Singapore into the region’s best logistics hub. AceFusion opened its Singapore office with more than 60 employees and is expected to announce its second round venture funding around the middle of this year.
AceFusion.com Pte Ltd, founded in late 1998 by a group of logistics and IT veterans, provides trusted, end-to-end, integrated supply chain management solutions for businesses worldwide.
Based In Singapore, the Company is a strategic business partner of IBM/Lotus, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, ILOG and various hardware and software vendors. AceFusion.com is also a member of the Singapore Information Technology Federation.