Keltic Transportation selects Microdea's Synergize Business Server

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Microdea addresses Keltic Transportation's document challenges with Synergize, a full featured document scanning, workflow and management software that integrates People, Paper and Processes.

Good news and success stories are part of the tradition at Keltic Transportation. In just over eleven years Keltic Transportation, operating in Eastern Canada, has grown from a modest start with 2 operations staff and 3 drivers to over 180 employees, comprising administration, operations, company drivers and owner operators.

"Keltic will shortly implement Synergize Business Server for Transport, a full featured document scanning, workflow and management software that will be used in the following areas: billing, payroll and customer service," said Mike Clements, Director, Sales and Pricing, Keltic Transportation. "We believe that Synergize will allow us to offer much quicker turnaround time to our customers' inquiries, a more controlled internal workflow, and will grow with us as we go forward," continued Mike Clements, Keltic Transportation.

"We are pleased to have Keltic join the growing number of company's using Synergize. In addition, Keltic is Microdea's and TMW Systems' 100th common customer," said Colin Ruskin, VP Business Development, Microdea Inc. "The Synergize Business Server is an ideal and affordable entry point into the Synergize Enterprise family, giving growing companies like Keltic a solid starting point. Further, the Synergize Business Server for Transport provides a simplified starting point, with no lock-in and guarantees clients an upgrade path into the Synergize Enterprise system as their business grows," added Colin Ruskin, Microdea Inc.

"Keltic chose the Synergize system because we continuously search for more efficient ways to run our day to day operations, while focusing on our customer service capabilities and long term cost savings," said Mike Clements Director, Sales and Pricing, Keltic Transportation.

"Synergize Business Server for Transport represents the latest evolution of the Synergize product line. It is built upon the same core Synergize product that is enjoyed by hundreds of other transportation and logistics organizations across North America," said Brooke Martin, Marketing Manager, Microdea Inc. "With this release, together with the existing Professional and Enterprise editions, Microdea now offers organizations of all sizes a robust industry proven solution that addresses all their workflow and document management needs."

For more information, contact: Brooke Martin, Marketing Manager, Microdea Inc: Tel: 905.881.6071, ext.259.

About Microdea Inc.:
Productivity and operational synergy are at the core of any successful business. Synergize® by Microdea is the vital technology link that integrates people, paper and processes into a streamlined, efficiently operating enterprise. Because their documents are easier to create, distribute, access and exchange, our clients are more profitable. As developers of the innovative Synergize® Document Automation Solution and patented Synergize OnRamp® In-Cab Scanning solution, Microdea's clients have access to advanced document, workflow and process management technologies to cost-effectively automate and streamline paper-intensive business processes. To learn why more executives and business owners are selecting Microdea as their strategic partner, call us at 905.881.6071 or http://www.microdea.com

About Keltic Transportation:
Keltic is based in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. From a modest beginning back in 1997, Keltic has grown to become one of the most highly respected, cross-border, full load carriers operating out of Eastern Canada. With strictly maintained fleets of dry van, temperature controlled and flatbed equipment, along with Logistics offices in ON, NB and NS, Keltic has the ability to fulfill most customer OTR requirements. For more information, visit http://www.keltictransportation.com or call 1.506.854.1233.

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