ATLANTA (PRWEB) January 27, 2017
SMC³, the leading less than truckload data and solutions provider, announced today that Echo Global Logistics will become the first major technology provider to fully integrate into its SMC³ Platform, an innovative hub of LTL transportation technology solutions. Echo is a leading provider of technology-enabled, multimodal transportation management services.
By integrating into the SMC³ Platform, Echo will provide its clients with simplified pricing and the most up-to-date information to ensure real-time shipment visibility through a broad range of services that simplify transportation management.
SMC³’s execution and visibility APIs — delivered through the secure SMC³ cloud — offer shippers, 3PLs and other users unrivaled speed and computing power. These direct-to-carrier APIs include dispatch, status and imaging services. When they are combined with industrial-strength, analytical APIs like RateWare® XL and CarrierConnect® XL, the SMC³ Platform becomes a one-stop shop for transportation technology needs.
“Before partnering with SMC³, we examined a number of solutions currently in the market, not only looking for the best API capabilities but also weighing the long-term goals of the providers,” said Mark Redini, vice president of sourcing at Echo. “SMC³ has a unique blend of carrier-integrated APIs that offer real-time shipment communication, and industrial-strength pricing and transit analyses that will enhance our LTL offering and client experience. SMC³’s track record of innovation and commitment to adapting their platform to solve the needs of our evolving industry solidified our choice to partner with them.”
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