The Front Runner program offers partners technical and marketing support in order to provide them with a rich environment for development
Inverness, IL (Vocus) April 8, 2010
Next Generation Logistics, Inc. today announced it has launched a new application using Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2, earning the company Front Runner status from Microsoft Corp. FreightMaster TMS® in combination with SQL Server 2008 R2 provides customers with a complete enterprise transportation management planning and execution system that enables transportation professionals to make effective and efficient business decisions. The system can be quickly deployed, whether you choose On Premise model or Hosted On Demand model to manage a single company or multiple divisions.
“The Front Runner program offers partners technical and marketing support in order to provide them with a rich environment for development,” said Claude Lorenson, director of SQL Server marketing at Microsoft Corp. “Microsoft is determined to drive innovative solutions for our partner community to aid in its success in the market.”
“Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 is an innovative platform and Next Generation Logistics is geared up to support the latest technology,” said Ari Smith, President. "Front Runner status allows us to build and deliver business applications to our customers within the same timeframe as the launch of SQL Server 2008 R2. The solution we have developed puts us in the unique position to offer our customers the best experience from their technology investments."
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About Next Generation Logistics, Inc.
Next Generation Logistics, Inc. is a leading Supply Chain Consulting, Managed Freight Services, and Logistics Software provider. For the past 22 years, NGL has worked with companies in the Food & Beverage and Consumer Products Industries, recommending and implementing proven repeatable concepts, strategies, and software technology that drive down costs and improve operating efficiencies within their customers supply chains. (http://www.nextgeneration.com )