FreightCenter Launches New TMS Technology



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FreightCenter officially announces the launch of TMS proprietary technology aimed to offer a more complete solution than other TMS systems currently on the market. Packaged as an on-demand TMS service, clients can leverage the benefits of FreightCenter’s advanced freight technology to streamline their supply chain. In addition and unique to this TMS platform is an entire front-end website packaged to help customers maintain control of their identity and quickly bring their business online.

"Our goal is to provide clients the ability to better manage their transportation spend in a more efficient manner than currently available TMS solutions," said Doug Walls, chief information officer for FreightCenter. "Our seamless service, innovative technology and complete front-end website packages ensure clients optimize operations to take their businesses to the next level."

The FreightCenter TMS offers complete back-end technology that includes custom rates, automated quoting, booking, scheduling, and tracking, a built-in CRM system, flexible and secure controls for users and customers, and extensive reporting. Fully-functional front-end customer websites allow companies to offer online transportation solutions for their customers using the visibility of their own branding and identity. Offering open browser capability, the FreightCenter TMS also works with iPhone®, iPad™, and Android™ mobile devices.

System highlights include:
  • Complete, customized rating and booking system
  • Fully functional turnkey websites quickly up and running
  • Comprehensive, customizable back-end technology platform
  • Built-in CRM allows all aspects of customer and user managements
  • Extensive paperwork, invoicing, and reporting for users and customers
  • Integrated with SMC³ RateWare ® XL and CarrierConnect™ with access to PC*MILER

This revolutionary technology is already creating industry buzz with numerous clients lining up to implement the cutting-edge new system. First demonstrations occurred during company exhibition at the TIA 33rd Annual Convention and Trade Show last week at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando.