Impeva showcases humanitarian credentials

US firm takes part in DIHAD this week
A screenshot from an Impeva Labs solution shows real-time monitoring of a humanitarian shipment en route to Darfur in October 2008.
A screenshot from an Impeva Labs solution shows real-time monitoring of a humanitarian shipment en route to Darfur in October 2008.

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Supply chain solutions provider Impeva Labs Inc is currently demonstrating its products at the Dubai International Humanitarian Aid and Development Conference and Exhibition (DIHAD), which is being attended by leading procurement and logistics officials from regional and local NGOs, as well as government departments and UN agencies.

The US firm believes its ‘smarter’ technology and cost-effective solutions can improve security, reliability and effectiveness of supply chains for providers of humanitarian support for needy regions. The company is particularly proud of its ability to immediately deploy supply chains all over the world in emergency situations.

Dubai is positioning itself as a global hub for humanitarian operations, due to its strategic geographical location. A number of international agencies, such as the UNWFP, have already set up bases in the emirate, and International Humanitarian City provides an integrated support location for such entities.

“It is an honor for us to join a prestigious group of participants in a
common cause to support critical humanitarian missions around the world,”
stated Randall Shepard, COO of Impeva Labs.

“We are very confident that Impeva Labs’ ‘smarter’ tracking, monitoring and security solutions can significantly improve the dependability, speed and efficiency of delivering critical goods to global communities,” Shepard added. 

The company already has some significant deals in this part of the world, and cemented a contract with Kuwaiti logistics major Agility in February to provide tracking and monitoring services to its fleet of trucks.

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