Software firms partner to enhance logistics

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A West Michigan software company is joining forces with another software company to pump up its transportation services.

Holland-based BluJay Solutions recently announced a partnership with project44 to provide advanced transportation data, visibility and technology for shippers and logistics service providers.

“The partnership between BluJay and project44 is off to a great start. We already have joint customers seeing the value that advanced visibility combined with best-in-class transportation can provide,” said David Landau, chief product officer, BluJay Solutions. “As we continue to expand our network and high-quality data grows in importance, this alliance will enable our customers to streamline operations and provide top-notch service to their customers, too.”

As an advanced visibility platform for shippers and logistics service providers, project44 connects, automates and provides visibility into key transportation processes. With project44’s cloud-based platform, organizations are able to increase operational efficiencies, reduce costs and improve shipping performance.

“We're excited to partner with BluJay, as they work with many of the world’s most progressive shippers and logistics service providers,” said project44 Head of Global Network Partnerships Tommy Barnes. “Both companies obsess over their customers and have similar outlooks on the future of logistics and transportation. The alliance between project44 and BluJay will help create a more connected ecosystem, and un-matchable value for our shared customers.”

BluJay Solutions delivers supply chain software and services to global retailers, distributors, freight forwarders, manufacturers and logistics service providers. The West Michigan company has offices around the world, including in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Pacific.

Project44 is headquartered in Chicago and has offices in Nørresundby, Denmark, and Paris, France.

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