|By Marketwired .||
|March 4, 2014 08:08 AM EST|
CARMEL, IN -- (Marketwired) -- 03/04/14 -- Blue Horseshoe and AAA Cooper Transportation ("AACT"), a leading transportation services provider have partnered to bring next generation Logistics Execution and Private Fleet Management capabilities to the Microsoft Dynamics AX platform. Leveraging their expertise in the distribution and logistics markets as well as the momentum of developing the Warehouse Management and Transportation Management modules coming out in the AX 2012 R3 release, Blue Horseshoe will bring the AXLE (Logistics Execution for AX) solution to market to specifically address the broader Transportation Service providers including those organizations that manage in-house or outsourced Private Fleets, as well as logistics service providers such as carriers, route/home delivery, brokerage.
The robust features within AXLE will enable logistics service providers to manage their global logistics network from within a single enterprise solution, providing One Version of the Truth for all critical business functions. AXLE will allow logistics service providers to optimize the effectiveness of their assets by provider advanced features in the areas of; Dispatch, Rating/Routing, Yard Management, Cross-Dock Management and Terminal Operations, OS&D Management, Worker Settlement, Customer Invoicing, Freight Bill Reconciliation, as well as in-vehicle monitoring driver messaging, GPS, Geo-Tracking, and compliance with Hours of Service regulations.
"We partnered with Blue Horseshoe because of their deep understanding of logistics and success in building market ready solutions that address the supply chain. As a multi-operational, asset based transportation provider, we offer less-than-truckload, truckload, dedicated contract carriage, international and other managed services. AXLE is being developed to provide a single solution that is both highly configurable and provides cross-operational insight allowing us to manage the movement of freight and related information in the most economical manner for our customers." John A. Hammons, Vice President - Enterprise Development, AAA Cooper Transportation.
Attending Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2014? Stop by Booth #2829 to speak with experts from Blue Horseshoe and AAA Cooper Transportation about the Logistics Execution for AX solution.
About Blue Horseshoe
Blue Horseshoe, architects of Dynamics AX 2012 R3 WMS and TMS, is a Global ISV with over a decade of success in deploying Dynamics AX, Warehouse Management, Transportation Management and Strategy solutions. They are committed to the Dynamics platform and are continuing to develop features for Advanced Warehouse Management, Transportation Planning & Execution, and Supplier Management as embedded Dynamics AX Functionality. Blue Horseshoe is headquartered in Carmel, IN. For more information, visit www.bhsolutions.com or call 317.573.2583.
AAA Cooper Transportation ("ACT") is a family owned, non-union, regional less-than-truckload trucking firm serving 12 southeastern states and Puerto Rico plus the industrial areas of Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville and Minneapolis. ACT has strategically placed terminals in the Southeast to allow our customers to receive next day and two day service between points. For more information, visit www.aaacooper.com
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