Dot Foods Selects Logistyx Technologies to Optimize Parcel Shipping

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North America's largest food industry redistributor chose Logistyx’s SaaS-based solutions to grow and expand its current parcel shipping capabilities

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Logistyx and its unified integration with JDA offers the ideal solution for optimizing our parcel shipping and other direct-to-consumer fulfillment services to effectively meet the demands of rapid e-commerce growth.

Logistyx Technologies (https://logistyx.com/), the leader in transportation management for parcel shipping, today announced Dot Foods, the largest food industry redistributor in North America, has selected Logistyx’s SaaS-based solutions to grow and expand its current parcel shipping capabilities to provide higher levels of service for its customers including food industry manufacturers and distributors.

To better accommodate customer needs and accelerate parcel fulfillment and shipping operations as it ramps up its e-commerce capabilities, Dot Foods chose Logistyx TME to seamlessly integrate with its JDA warehouse management system (WMS). Adopting this joint solution provides Dot Foods with advanced shipping capabilities that support all major parcel shipping operations, including label execution, automated carrier selection, rate shopping and carrier compliance. The joint product offering connects Dot Foods with more than 8,500 global parcel carrier services, including low-cost regional and local operators.

“Dot Foods is committed to providing our customers with the best possible service,” said Troy Schenk, Product Manager - Warehouse at Dot Foods. “Logistyx and its unified integration with JDA offers the ideal solution for optimizing our parcel shipping and other direct-to-consumer fulfillment services to effectively meet the demands of rapid e-commerce growth. The joint solutions will provide greater functionality to increase productivity and ship to our customers more efficiently.”

Logistyx TME is a multi-carrier shipping solution that can be embedded within JDA WMS to support all transportation management functions directly within JDA. Logistyx streamlines execution with a unified, 100% carrier-compatible parcel shipping solution that operates across the enterprise. From address validation, planning, rating and routing, execution and tracking, the software provides the most advanced capabilities available to JDA WMS users.

“As parcel growth and the demand for Amazon-like capabilities continue to rise, more companies recognize the need for automated and scalable multi-carrier shipping solutions,” said Logistyx President Ken Fleming. “Implementing Logistyx with JDA WMS streamlines the parcel fulfillment process for companies like Dot Foods and optimizes workflow to accelerate delivery times and reduce spend to help successfully navigate these new market dynamics.”

About Logistyx Technologies:
Logistyx Technologies is the leader in Transportation Management for parcel shipping, providing an unmatched global multi-carrier network, predictive analytics and full visibility into customer deliveries. Its software boosts parcel shipping efficiencies and other business KPIs for many of the world’s top brands, manufacturers, retailers and logistics providers.

Earlier this year, Logistyx launched its flagship software, TME, the world’s first single engine specifically designed for parcel shipping. With more than 8,500 carrier service integrations globally, TME provides carrier compliance, predictive analytics and tracking on shipping from start to finish.

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, Logistyx Technologies also has U.S. offices in New York, Philadelphia, San Diego and St. Louis, and international offices in Canada, the Netherlands, the UK and Singapore. For more information, visit http://www.Logistyx.com.

About Dot Foods:
Dot Foods Inc. carries 131,000 products from 1,040 food industry manufacturers, making it the largest food industry redistributor in North America. Through Dot Transportation Inc., an affiliate of Dot Foods, the company distributes foodservice, convenience, retail and vending products to distributors in all 50 states and 39 countries. Dot Foods operates 11 U. S. distribution centers, which are located in Modesto, California; Vidalia, Georgia; Burley, Idaho; Mt. Sterling, Illinois; Cambridge City, Indiana; Williamsport, Maryland; Liverpool, New York; Ardmore, Oklahoma; Dyersburg, Tennessee; University Park, Illinois; and Bullhead City, Arizona. A 12th distribution center is under construction in Bear, Delaware. Dot Foods' Canadian operations are in Toronto, Ontario and Calgary, Alberta. For information, visit http://www.dotfoods.com.

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