Innovative marks special anniversary

March 13, 2009
Innovative Computing Corp. is celebrating the 10th anniversary of offering Software as a Service (SaaS) to the trucking industry

Innovative Computing Corp. is celebrating the 10th anniversary of offering Software as a Service (SaaS) to the trucking industry.

According to the company, Innovative’s online customer base has grown on average nearly 20% per year for each of the past five years. The company’s SaaS offerings have since grown to manage and dispatch a combined total in excess of 82,000 loads each month, Innovative said.

Through Innovative’s SaaS offerings, IES Access and Access Plus, small and mid-sized customers are able to take advantage of an enterprise software system used by many of the most successful carriers in the industry without adding expenses in staff or hardware and without the related concerns, the company said. This combination allows carriers to focus on trucking, not systems management.

“We believed it in 1999 and continue to stand by the fact that SaaS is the way of the future for a large number of trucking companies,” said Innovative president Ernie Betancourt. “With Innovative’s SaaS systems, small and mid-sized carriers are benefiting from the same enterprise-level cost savings, efficiency and security that larger carriers require while significantly reducing their own hardware and administrative costs.”

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