7th April 2017
CELISTICS presents CELLOG, an innovative Software for the supply chain management
Collaborative and proprietary software developed by CELISTICS Brazil.
Florida, USA, April 3, 2017 – CELISTICS, a provider of distribution and intelligent logistics solutions for the consumer technology industry, presents CELLOG, multi-lingual collaborative software developed by CELISTICS Brazil.
CELLOG is a collaborative management solution that allows integrating client’s information and our company’s information through processes and documents. CELISTICS already registered the software at the Trademark Registry Office (INPI) in Brazil.
Our company is constantly innovating and improving the service to our clients and through this new software we can now automate the orders, commercial documents, accounting and most important of all, offer something completely new in the market, a solution for the areas that generate value for the company: Clients, providers and employees that interact through endless processes.
CELLOG is a planning and managing solution that allows our clients to obtain visibility and integrated control of their supply chain while providing great benefits such as reduction of logistics costs, working capital and inventories. This platform also records, documents and controls all financial and fiscal aspects, as well as the compliance of norms and regulations of the end to end supply chain.
Following are some of the various functions offered by CELLOG:
- Quality control
- Planning and scheduling deliveries
- CPFR planning
- WMS (Warehouse Management System)
- TMS (Transportation Management System)
- Inventory control and Marketing at the point of sales
- Tracking tools
The collaborative solution developed by CELISTICS Brazil is part of the constant innovation provided by our company to improve its processes in the vast region where it conducts business, and to offer our clients more efficiency and effectiveness in monitoring and controlling smartphones and other mobile devices.
Jose Antonio Ríos, CEO of CELISTICS Group stated that “Our strategic vision is to offer an added value to our clients and CELLOG is a proprietary development that allows full management of the supply chain, both for manufacturers and well as operators”.
“We remain committed to the mobile industry, bringing new technologies to the end user. We understand our clients’ needs in every country and assume challenges to achieve the proposed objectives”, declared Kemen Azpirichaga, Country Manager of CELISTICS Brazil. “We establish ourselves in the mobile industry as a strategic player that complements the operators, manufacturers, retail and clients, who demand to be connected by using the latest technology”.
CELISTICS is a provider of intelligent logistics and distribution solutions for the consumer technology industry. As a lead provider of planning and logistic solutions in Latin America, and with presence in 16 countries throughout the region, it offers more efficient processes for its clients, allowing them to better manage their business.
For more information, please visit www.celistics.com
17th October 2016
Movilway, a company of CELISTICS Group acquires DIGA from Brazil
Movilway will promote recharge and mobile payments in Latin America.
Online payment through Smartphones doubled in 2015, from 22% to 43%.
San Pablo, Brazil. – October 17, 2016 - Movilway, the leader in geographical coverage for electronic payment services in the Latin American region, announces the acquisition of the Brazilian company DIGA, regional distributor of credits for pre-paid phones and in the business of marketing and trading SIM cards.
The acquisition was approved by Brazilian regulatory agencies and will consolidate all its operations pertaining this market under the brand Movilway, a company of CELISTICS Group. Movilway now owns 55% of the ordinary shares of DIGA’s capital stock, versus 45% withholding of the remaining shares by its owners.
Brazil has established itself at the forefront of Latin America in regards to mobile payments with 34.7%, followed by Mexico (21.8%), Chile (13.9%) and Colombia (10.9%). As for the country with the most forward thinking regulatory policies, 22% of those polled chose Brazil, followed by Chile with 20%, Mexico (19%) and Peru (15%). These are some of the data presented last September during the Latin American Summit for Mobile Payments.
Online payments empower users: they choose how and when to pay. In 2015, online payment through smartphones doubled compared to 2014, increasing from 22% to 43%.
“CELISTICS Group continues to invest in Brazil and the region, with the purpose of creating initiatives that add value to the community. Our mission is to bridge the gap between the non-banking user with the mobile world; there is a large population disenfranchised from the formal financial services and a high rate of mobile user acquisition; the opportunity is there, we will present a business strategy that aims to capture a developing market,” declared Jose Antonio Rios, President and CEO of CELISTICS Group.
This merge continues to establish Movilway as a leader in recharge services in Latin America reaching more than 100.000 points of sale, with presence in over 10 countries in the region. Likewise, through our solutions, we can facilitate the development of an integral mobile strategy, including financial inclusion services as well as an e-commerce experience.
Upon combining the strengths of both organizations, the unified brand “Movilway” will take advantage of the various channels to position itself in the market by offering recharge services to the non-banking market. At the same time, it will continue its efforts to strengthen consumer relationships, based on a state of the art technological platform that allows the development of other services in addition to recharge, such as service payments.
“DIGA’s acquisition consolidates our strategy in Brazil; we will offer a network of 7.000 points of sale in the local mobile recharge market. This places us as the sole player in Latin America, declared Kemen Azpirichaga, Country Manager for CELISTICS Brazil. He added that “we are strengthening our commitment to Brazil and will promote the development of mobile payments, given that Latin American consumers are incorporating new tools within their purchasing habits, both in commercial retail and in brick-and-mortar stores.”
“Our client base will benefit from the know-how of both companies, the local expertise of DIGA enriched by the innovation, technological leadership and regional presence of Movilway. These advantages guaranty our clients a more efficient service with added benefits,” declared Robinson Casagrande, Executive Director of DIGA.
Movilway is the leader in geographical coverage for electronic payment services in the Latin American region. The quality of its service, commitment to customers, continuous technological innovation and its ability to adapt to the needs of each market, are the basis of its successful business model, with operations in 10 countries throughout the region and reaching more than 95,000 points of sale.
Movilway, a pioneer in the electronic transactions industry, promotes a culture of service based on a model of integration and transparency, which aims to improve the quality of life for communities without access to banking services in Latin America. http://www.movilway.com
CELISTICS is a provider of distribution and intelligent logistics solutions for the consumer technology industry. As a leader provider of planning and logistic solutions in Latin America, and with presence in 16 countries throughout the region, it offers more efficient processes for customers, allowing them to better manage their business.
For more information, please visit: www.celistics.com About DIGA
DIGA is a regional distributor of credits for pre-paid phones and in the business of marketing and trading SIM cards. The company is based in Porto Alegre, Brazil, its main operational territory and has contracts with Vivo and Claro.
10th October 2016
CELISTICS emphasizes women’s participation in the area of information technology and communications at the Forum “Women 2.0, the world will be in ICT” in Bogota, Colombia
The conference gathers main business leaders in an effort to bridge the talent gap in the ICT job market in Colombia, focusing on women participation.
Bogota, Colombia - October 10, 2016. CELISTICS will participate in the Forum “Women 2.0, the world will be in ICT”, to be held on Friday October 14, 2016 from 8:00 to 12:00 pm at the Bogota Chamber of Commerce in Colombia. The event is organized by Corona Foundation and Next University, with the purpose of exchanging views in bridging the tremendous human talent gaps existing in some areas of the economy such as ICT, and specifically to encourage more women to study and develop in this area.
The purpose of the forum is to gather opinion leaders and explore the reasons behind the low participation of women in this field, emphasizing the job opportunities represented by the growth of this area, and the challenges of not having enough human talent to face the same. It is an area where women could play an important role and contribute to promote competitiveness in the country.
CELISTICS has a large number of women working in its different areas, constantly supporting the dialogues regarding this issue in the technological industry in Latin America. The company will participate in the event from 10:30 to 11:30 am, exploring the following topic: ¿How to attract women to ICT careers? Some of the speakers that will debate with our Director of Corporate Resources, Andrea Padilla, are:
- Angelica Lichilin, Executive Director of Girls4code
- Joanna Prieto, Executive Director and Cofounder of Geek Girls
- Johanna Harker, Manager of Institutional Relations of Wayra Telefonica
- Sandra Lascarro, Member of the Association of Systems Engineers
- Natalia Borrero, Panel moderator, Planning Coordinator for Corona Foundation
The world is migrating into a digital economy, a job market with great opportunities, where information technologies and communication are widely integrated to the production, distribution and trade processes of the different economic sectors, with the purpose of bringing solutions and optimization, reason why it’s crucial to promote a dialogue on this topic.
CELISTICS is the fastest growing provider of distribution and intelligent logistics solutions for the consumer technology industry in Latin America. CELISTICS offers personalized services and solutions to meet its clients’ needs, allowing them to become more efficient and profitable in order to compete in the global industry. For more information visit: www.celistics.com
About Corona Foundation
Corona Foundation is one of the largest and most important foundations in Colombia, with 53 years of experience. This non-profit organization works in education together with different allies, supporting initiatives with high strategic value and creating replicable models, to foster equality and social development in the country.
One of its strategic cores is the Work-Oriented Education, looking to promote a high-quality hands-on technical and vocational education with access to formal, stable and inclusive employment; since it considers education and employment as some of the greatest tools for individuals seeking for a better quality of life and wellbeing. This is why Corona Foundation is looking to promote through Forum Women 2.0, a discussion on bridging the gaps of human talent affecting some economic areas such as ICT.
About Next University
Next University is an on-line educational institute, focused on providing Certifications in the areas of digital technology with greater demand in the job market.
The opportunity of Next University is centered on the convergence of various trends in Latin America such as: a growing young population wishing to participate in the digital economy, the accelerated growth of a middle class anxious to invest in education, an increase in Internet connections and the massive adoption of digital technology as a mean of communication and learning.