Trinium releases version 7 of transportation management system

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Updated May 27, 2011

Trinium Technologies, a provider of enterprise systems for the trucking industry, has released version 7 of its transportation management system. Since 2000, Trinium has developed systems for intermodal and multimodal trucking companies to assist them in streamlining operations, improving productivity and cash flow, and enabling improved visibility for their customers.

Trinium introduced the new version at the company’s user conference May 10-11 in Long Beach, Calif., which was well attended with half the company’s trucking customers represented. The company says the upgrade contains more than 150 functional enhancements to the system, with dozens of customers in the process of deploying the upgrade to take advantage of the new functionality.

“Our goal is to consistently deploy practical functionality for our customers’ end users and managers, the people that use the system every day to run their business,” says Michael Thomas, chief executive officer of Trinium Technologies. “These are the people that drive our product development strategy.”

Trinium says the version 7 release includes enhancements to intermodal equipment matching capabilities, enhanced chassis monitoring functions, management and end-user dashboards, additional onboard computer interfaces, new end-user tips throughout the system and dozens of other enhancements, largely derived from customer feedback.