project44 Launches Enhanced Truckload Visibility Solution

The launch of project44’s new truckload visibility solutions fit into a much larger suite of multimodal products designed to enable end-to-end process automation and visibility across our customer’s entire business.

Supply chain leaders still struggle to achieve full visibility across their end-to-end supply chain because they do not have access to the right information, in the right format, at the right time. Ultimately, this lack of accurate information flow thwarts an organization’s ability to efficiently deliver best-in-class customer experiences and compete in today’s on-demand market.

Today, project44 announced the launch of an enhanced truckload visibility solution to increase information symmetry by eliminating the visibility gaps within dry van, reefer, flatbed, heavy haul and drayage transport from the point a load is tendered until it reaches its final destination. Going beyond simply tracking the vehicle’s current and past locations, the truckload visibility product utilizes high-fidelity information to create actionable insights and gives users powerful tools for identifying and responding to exceptions.

This comprehensive truckload visibility offering includes both REST API endpoints for full automation and integration into a proprietary or third party TMS and a state-of-the-art, secure, shipment web portal interface. These options can be used separately or combined for a complete shipment visibility experience.

project44’s one-to-many model, which they pioneered in the LTL market and has since transferred into four (4) additional modes to connect a company’s entire linehaul, integrates their growing customer-base into the largest network of multimodal capacity providers in a hyper-accelerated way. This empowers users to immediately support new automations and carriers without spending IT resources or wasting time on complex integrations.

“Omnitracs is proud to collaborate with project44 as an authorized Virtual Load View partner,” stated Andrew Kelley, vice president of corporate development at Omnitracs. “Once a new software solution like freight visibility begins picking up steam with shippers and 3PLs, those buyers will want to know that their various software providers have not only a tight integration…

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