Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) Integration Solution
Keep ahead of ever-changing customer demands with Cleo Integration Cloud’s (CIC) flexible, scalable platform.
With CIC you’ll easily accommodate increases and decreases in supply or demand, ensuring your company always operates at peak performance and complies with customer requests.
Take control of your integrations & accelerate growth
“The Cleo Integration Cloud platform is secure, easy to use, and highly flexible to meet our business requirements. We experienced zero problems or issues even though we implemented CIC during our peak business time, not to mention a pandemic.”
- John Hwee, Director of IT
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Cleo Integration Cloud is a great all-in-one tool you need to bring EDI in-house. Remove all the confusion and additional cost of 3rd party translation companies that take a week or more to get back to you and perform translation testing.
CIC offers us excellent API and EDI capabilities. This makes it easy to connect several applications through a centralized platform. It offers great flexibility.
It's really nice to have everything in one platform, which saves a lot of time and confusion. They also have a plethora of integrations with other platforms and tech - there hasn't been an instance where they've haven't had an integration we needed.
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