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Teknowlogi Launches AI Decision-Making Platform for Logistics Industry

Logistics technology provider Teknowlogi has launched its Logistics Expert System (LES) - a logistics supply chain analytics platform that uses artificial intelligence (AI) decision-making technology. The same technology has already been deployed in medical diagnosis and stock trading.

The U.S.-based company's LES is a software as a service (SaaS) that combines transportation management systems (TMS), mobile intelligence, integration intelligence, business intelligence, consulting intelligence and AI in one platform.

That’s a lot of intel to process, Teknowlogi says, but it allows LES to assess, analyze, provide recommendations and execute change for numerous logistical and business situations that occur in the shipping industry.

The platform accounts for the business processes of shippers, 3PLs, freight forwarders, less-than-truckload (LTL) brokers, truckload brokers, LTL carriers, truckload carriers, drayage carriers, cartage agents, couriers and parcel carriers.

“Companies that continue to manage their logistics with outdated systems will be unable to compete,” says Spencer Askew, Teknowlogi’s founder and CEO.

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The U.S.-based company's LES is a software as a service (SaaS) that combines transportation management systems (TMS), mobile intelligence, integration intelligence, business intelligence, consulting intelligence and AI in one platform.

That’s a lot of intel to process, Teknowlogi says, but it allows LES to assess, analyze, provide recommendations and execute change for numerous logistical and business situations that occur in the shipping industry.

The platform accounts for the business processes of shippers, 3PLs, freight forwarders, less-than-truckload (LTL) brokers, truckload brokers, LTL carriers, truckload carriers, drayage carriers, cartage agents, couriers and parcel carriers.

“Companies that continue to manage their logistics with outdated systems will be unable to compete,” says Spencer Askew, Teknowlogi’s founder and CEO.

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