Princeton TMX Selects MacroPoint's Freight Visibility Platform
CLEVELAND, OH – June 20, 2017 – Princeton TMX, a leading Transportation Management Software (TMS) provider for shippers, announced today that it has integrated with supply chain visibility provider MacroPoint.
The new integration will allow Princeton TMX customers to view their shipment’s current location, receive arrival and departure notifications and be provided with a dynamic scheduling alerts, all within the Princeton TMS platform. Princeton’s “Work Queues” will utilize this data to proactively notify its customers of any potential service failure. In addition to providing real-time load status data within the TMS, the user will also be able to click a link to view additional tracking data within the MacroPoint application.
“Princeton TMX is excited to integrate with MacroPoint to provide our customers with even greater value within our TMS platform. Shippers have long wanted to be provided on-board load status data from all their carriers, and now with this integration it is possible,” said Tim Minnich, President of Princeton TMX. “Additionally, this integration complements our strategy to continue to provide our customers with greater functionality within our TMS platform.”
“We are incredibly honored that Princeton TMX has chosen our patented freight visibility platform to complement their premiere TMS,” said Dave Halsema, Executive Vice President of MacroPoint. “This integration will help provide their existing customer base with better visibility, better service and better results by eliminating inefficiencies and streamlining operations.”
About Princeton TMX
Fort Wayne, IN based Princeton TMX, www.PrincetonTMX.com, creates and supports Transportation Management Software for companies who ship their products via truck or rail. This solution empowers customers to focus resources on exceptions, while providing management with tools to minimize transportation expenses. Princeton TMX products are offered as a Software as a Service (SaaS) solution. These solutions are integrated with customers’ systems to create a seamless experience for users. Princeton TMX’s software Modules are configurable to meet customer’s specific business requirements. These Modules include: Lane and Rate Management, Load Tendering, Appointment Scheduling, Carrier Management, Trailer Pool Management, Freight Settlement, and Business Intelligence.
Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, and founded in 2011, MacroPoint is the provider of a global freight visibility platform for shippers, third-party logistics companies (3PLs), brokers and carriers. MacroPoint’s patented, automated load monitoring and tracking software provides real-time load location visibility by using any in-cab ELD/GPS device, smart phone, cell phone, or trailer and container tracking system. The cloud-based solution enables location monitoring and tracking, delivery monitoring and event notifications, and exception management and predictive analytics capabilities. Integrated with a growing number of TMS systems, MacroPoint automates the entire process by eliminating the need for drivers to check in with dispatchers, and for shippers and brokers to check in with carriers. To date, over 1 million drivers and approximately 10 million connected trucks are part of the MacroPoint Carrier Visibility Network. Additional information is available at www.macropoint.com.
Princeton TMX Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Princeton TMX continued the excitement of their new company with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at their completed office space in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana. The event occurred Friday morning May 19th. In addition to family and friends, Princeton TMX also welcomed Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry, Allen County Commissioner Nelson Peters, and Greater Fort Wayne Inc CEO Eric Doden. Princeton TMX President Tim Minnich said, “We have gathered a solid team to take our product to the next level for our existing customers and our future customers. We chose downtown Fort Wayne because it matches our progressive philosophy and growth strategy.” Mayor Tom Henry also addressed the group, saying, “We are excited to have companies like Princeton TMX establish their headquarters in Fort Wayne, and especially as a part of the growing downtown area. You could have chosen any city or any location, and we couldn’t be happier you chose Fort Wayne. Congratulations on your Ribbon Cutting!” With members of the Princeton TMX team gathered around, Tim did the official Ribbon Cutting, complete with the big scissors.
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