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Eyefreight Adds MicroStrategy to TMS Application

Eyefreight, a provider of transportation-management systems (TMS) delivered through a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model, has added the technology of MicroStrategy Inc. to its product.

MicroStrategy is a global provider of business software, including the MicroStrategy Analytics Platform, MicroStrategy Mobile and MicroStrategy Identity Platform. According to Eyefreight, the move provides companies with an end-to-end logistics technology application that can be customized to meet differing reporting requirements, and is designed to scale. Eyefreight uses algorithms to optimize inventory allocation and product distribution, combining customer orders from around the world into multi-drop, continuous-move, backhaul and pooling transportation. Through the use of the MicroStrategy Analytics Platform, Eyefreight's customers will be able to build interactive reports and self-service dashboards based on numerous data points, including orders, shipments, carrier rates, preferred carrier designations, load capacity, delivery-time windows and carrier scorecards.

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MicroStrategy is a global provider of business software, including the MicroStrategy Analytics Platform, MicroStrategy Mobile and MicroStrategy Identity Platform. According to Eyefreight, the move provides companies with an end-to-end logistics technology application that can be customized to meet differing reporting requirements, and is designed to scale. Eyefreight uses algorithms to optimize inventory allocation and product distribution, combining customer orders from around the world into multi-drop, continuous-move, backhaul and pooling transportation. Through the use of the MicroStrategy Analytics Platform, Eyefreight's customers will be able to build interactive reports and self-service dashboards based on numerous data points, including orders, shipments, carrier rates, preferred carrier designations, load capacity, delivery-time windows and carrier scorecards.

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