Cheetah, Efreightsolutions team for integrated logistics offering

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Updated Aug 17, 2012

Cheetah Software Systems Inc. and Efreightsolutions have announced a partnership to offer an integrated logistics intelligence solution. According to the companies, Matching Cheetah’s logistics platform with Efreightsolutions’ transportation management system provides a dynamic, intelligent and predictive solution to move products to the right place, on time, for the least cost and with the best customer service.

Cheetah and Efreightsolutions say their partnership combines integrated shipment order management with operations optimization, along with a customer-facing portal for updates. In addition, the partnership means that customers can enjoy online quoting, booking, tracking and financial management of shipment orders while simultaneously ensuring the most efficient use of transportation assets and personnel, both in the back office and in the field, according to the companies.

“It has been very refreshing for us to work with Cheetah, an organization that embraces the value of information in the world of IT within the transportation and logistics industry,” said Spencer Askew, Efreightsolutions founder and chief executive officer. “Together, Efreightsolutions and Cheetahs’ platforms will deliver even more cutting-edge next-generation solutions to our customers. We are excited about our partnership with the Cheetah team and look forward to many great things to come.”

“The partnership between Cheetah Software and Efreightsolutions will provide customers with truly cutting-edge intelligent platforms, allowing them to experience the true benefits of a real-time logistics operations optimization platform,” said Bobby Darroll, Cheetah president. “Together, Cheetah and Efreightsolutions will make it easy for anyone in the logistics business to fully automate their business, providing real-time access to information across their entire organization. We are thrilled about our partnership with Efreightsolutions.”