“Inbound Logistics’ selected Data2Logistics for its ability to deliver the best logistics technology empowering shipping and supply chain excellence.”
– Felecia Stratton, Editor, Inbound Logistics
New York, New York / Fort Myers, Florida (PRWEB) May 03, 2012
Global freight bill processor, auditor and advisor Data2Logistics has been designated a Top 100 Logistics IT Provider for 2012 by Inbound Logistics.
“How can today's business logistics managers boost supply chain performance and customer service while cutting overall logistics costs? By utilizing the best in logistics technology, Inbound Logistics’ editors selected Data2Logistics for its consistent ability to deliver innovative solutions empowering logistics and supply chain excellence,” stated Felecia Stratton, Editor, Inbound Logistics.
Data2Logistics provides a transportation cost-savings portfolio of freight bill auditing, processing payment and advisory services to companies who ship products domestically and internationally. Using actionable information from Data2Logistics’ powerful yet easy to use data mining and reporting tools, users are able to identify savings, as well as improve negotiations and quality of service with LTL, TL, parcel, overnight express, ocean, air and rail carriers.
“We’re honored by Inbound Logistics’ designation,” commented Harold Friedman, DLP, Senior Vice President of Global Corporate Development of Data2Logistics. “Every department of the Data2Logistics team has been catalyst for our growth, encompassing our domestic and global expansion as we assist companies to ship smarter and save.”
Data2Logistics assists Global 1000, Fortune 1000 and SMB companies to reduce their product shipping costs by providing an outsourced opportunity to efficiently process, audit account code and pay their freight at a significantly lower cost than internal processes, while also identifying more carrier overcharges than internal systems. The company provides actionable information to better manage and control transportation cost, and supports clients with their carrier bid preparation, benchmarking, proposal analysis and negotiation for all modes on a global basis. As a single source of information, Data2Logistics seeks to identify opportunities for savings, report the reasons for variances, and determine and report variances in trends and opportunities to make in modal shifts, consolidate shipments, improve carrier utilization and adjust shipment size, as well as monitor accessorial cost, and costs per kilometre/mile. Reviewing over $15 billion worth of freight bills from thousands of carriers annually, the company offers a single-source solution for all modes of freight.
For Data2Logistics services information, contact Harold Friedman, +1 609 577 3756 or harold(dot)friedman(at)data2logistics(dot)com.
About Data2Logistics, LLC
Fort Myers, Florida-based Data2Logistics is a leader in supply chain logistics, cost management and freight payment. The company’s Ship Smarter and Save capabilities assist hundreds of clients in the Global 1000, Fortune 1000 and SMB categories, processing hundreds of millions of freight bills annually, valued in excess of $15 billion, saving clients an average of 5%-15% of their product shipping expenditures per year.
As an eight-time recipient of Inbound Logistics’ Top 100 Logistics IT Service Providers, their data mining capabilities creates actionable information for current and ongoing shipping cost savings. The company is the only service provider to work with clients and carriers to eliminate billing errors from recurring and to continuously improve and optimize their logistics networks and expenditures, domestically and globally. http://www.data2logistics.com/ + http://www.twitter.com/Data2Logistics.
About Inbound Logistics
Inbound Logistics is the pioneering publication of demand-driven logistics practices, also known as supply chain management. IL's educational mission is to guide businesses to efficiently manage logistics, reduce and speed inventory, and neutralize transportation cost increases by aligning supply to demand and adjusting enterprise functions to support that paradigm shift. More information about demand-driven logistics practices is available at http://www.inboundlogistics.com.