MGI and the Marseille-Fos Port Authority (GPMM) received the award in the logistics category at the Digital Transformation Awards in Paris for the implementation of Ci5, MGI’s new-generation Cargo Community System (CCS).
These awards honour companies who have used digital technologies to reinvent and transform their organisations.
The solution was deployed at Marseille-Fos Port last October. Some 4,600 port community users from around fifteen professions connected to the Cargo Community System have been the first to test Ci5 before roll-out to other ports in France and across the world.
Jaap van den Hoogen, President of MGI’s executive board said“We are honoured to have received the Digital Transformation Award. It is a testament to the success of Ci5. Digitalisation has been part of MGI’s DNA for over thirty years. Ci5 is the latest generation of CCS and its innovative technology is helping transform ports into smart ports. Its launch at Marseille-Fos Port is the culmination of collaboration between our partner, Thales Services, the system’s users and MGI experts. It is a shared success that is ushering port clients into a more connected, streamlined and secure era.”
You will find attached the news release along with a photo of the event, from feld to right: Alain Perez, CIO at MGI; Jaap van den Hoogen, president of the executive board at MGI, Frédéric Dagnet, director of strategy and audit department of the Marseille Fos Port, Grégory Mondon, commercial director for Est region at Thales Services.