www.transcore.comTransCore combines public, private networks

Jan. 1, 2002
TransCore's Commercial Services Group has released TransCore Exchange formerly named DATconexus featuring preferred trading community and private label

TransCore's Commercial Services Group has released TransCore Exchange — formerly named DATconexus — featuring preferred trading community and private label options. Expanded capabilities enable users to trade in a private network and under their own brands, with the TransCore Exchange's online look and feel modified to reflect brands.

Users can create a private online network for regular contracted business with established groups of partners with whom they have long-term relationships, streamlining previously time- and labor-intensive communication processes. When a user's need exceeds its partners' freight or equipment availability, a click of the mouse can immediately escalate his offer of freight or equipment from his private network to more than 20,000 participants in TransCore's DAT Services network. This option provides access to all fleets, drivers, and intermediaries monitoring the freight-exchange network online or on the 1,200 DAT truckstop monitors.

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