Partnership offers lifecycle management solutions

Managers, as well as transportation management services company Transplace, can now leverage the services of sourcing and optimization technologies company CombineNet thanks to a new partnership between the two companies

Managers, as well as transportation management services company Transplace, can now leverage the services of sourcing and optimization technologies company CombineNet thanks to a new partnership between the two companies.

The combined effort will allow management services and logistics technology solutions provider Transplace to employ CombineNet’s advanced sourcing technology to generate competitive transportation bids on behalf of its clients, the company said. In addition, Transplace customers who conduct the procurement process internally can access CombineNet’s solutions through Transplace’s consulting services organization.

“Customers on both sides of this partnership will benefit greatly from the combined strengths of CombineNet and Transplace as we provide industry-leading technologies and a range of value-added procurement services for shippers,” said Dean Arnold, CombineNet’s vp of North America. “Leveraging Transplace’s deep and broad expertise in transportation engineering, contract negotiations and execution, powered by CombineNet’s advanced transportation sourcing solutions, will ensure that we are providing the services our customers need to generate the highest levels of value and cost effectiveness within their transportation networks.”

According to Transplace, customers will be able to create a complete transportation lifecycle management solution, from data validation to negotiation services.

“CombineNet brings proven sourcing technology and a history of providing robust capabilities to its customers. We recognized a significant opportunity to combine their best-in-class technology solutions with those of Transplace in order to bring greater value to the market,” said Matthew Harding, vp of consulting for Transplace.

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