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September 20, 2018

Logistics Tech Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
CargoSmart Limited, a provider of shipment software solutions, announces three methods: Private Label Sailing Schedules; Schedule Delay Alerts.
Blackline, wireless location Technology Company rolls out a new product that aid in management of so-called product diversion, or Grey Market, surveillance operations.
Intellect eFreight is fully functional and feature rich multi-mode application, e-commerce enabled and designed to manage operating networks of any size. It enhances the use experience with a completely redesigned user interface that takes full advantage of the latest available web based technologies.
Featured Vendors
Offers an enterprise-class fleet management solution that provides automatic vehicle location (AVL), computer-aided dispatch (CAD), and passenger information display systems (PIDS).
Provides an all-in-one logistics platform based on blockchain technology along with a tamper-free ELD for fleet management.
GetSwift is a cloud based solution that solves the major pain points in delivery, particularly in the food and heavy goods delivery space.
CIO Viewpoint
Angela Yochem, Global CIO, BDP International
BDP International is a global logistics services company with over 200 offices worldwide in 140 countries.
Anthony DeCanti, CIO & SVP, UniGroup
UniGroup, a global relocation, transportation and logistics leader, is the parent company of United Van Lines, Mayflower Transit, UniGroup Logistics, UniGroup Relocation and Sterling Relocation.
CXO Insights
By R. Srikrishna, CEO, Hexaware Technologies
The logistics industry is going to see some radical changes soon, and Logistics Service Providers (LSPs) are scrambling to reinvent themselves into a technology-focused industry.
By Paul Schwartz, Director of Information, WSI
In logistics, information is the engine driving our industry. Sales history, transaction details, inventory levels, cycle counts and transportation routing. In an age where organizations demand real-time access.