ADSI Extends -IT Multi-carrier Shipping Software Platform to project44
FREMONT, CA: ADSI, provider of flexible order fulfillment solutions announced its plan to collaborate with project44, a progressive Chicago-based technology providing web-service API connectivity to the freight industry. The partnership integrates ADSI’s Ship-IT multi-carrier shipping software platform with project44. This alliance aims at delivering strategic and tactical value to shippers, coherently allowing them to update and adapt their carrier portfolios for obtaining accurate, real-time freight cost calculation.
“We’ve streamlined the carrier rate maintenance process with dynamic rate updating technology between our Ship-IT shipping software and project44’s web-based library of carriers,” said Bob Fischer, CEO and President, ADSI. “This allows our shipping customers to easily add new carriers or update existing carriers' rates in a fraction of the time."
The partnership delivers automated LTL shipping execution and tracking, dimensioning, labeling, barcode & RFID scanning, Internet of Moving Things (IoMT), and other kinds of advanced capabilities to users of the project44 platform. This in turn allows project44 clients to streamline their warehouse operations and optimize LTL (Less than truckload shipping) shipping costs. With years of effort to create the technological infrastructure, project44 has standardized hundreds of API connections to LTL carriers. Shippers can exchange real-time freight rates and transit times with their preferred LTL carriers with this new integration. The instant connectivity of project44 automates dispatch and tracking requests, as well as delivers images of bills of lading and proof of delivery in real-time.
Wally Ibrahim, CTO and Co-Founder, project44 exclaimed, “The best part about working with an established, ground-breaking provider like ADSI is that the collaboration possibilities are endless. This Ship-IT integration is just the first step in a long-term partnership that will allow our mutual customers to further streamline their operations and achieve greater control over operating costs through a single, easy-to-use platform.”
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