Logistics company Axle Logistics is moving into the digital age with a new app that provides a “one-stop shop” for tracking logistics products.
The app, AxleLogistics, will allow businesses to track a broad range of inventory, from orders to shipments to supplies.
“It’s a great way to track the entire inventory and to make sure you’re getting the product at the right price, the right time, at the exact time,” said Axle CEO David Siegel.
Customers can also view and view inventory in one-on-one conversations, including in-store and online.
“Our goal is to help customers understand what’s going on in their business and why their customers are using our product,” Siegel said.
The Axle app will work with many of the companies that have been using Axle to track logistics and other logistics-related data, but customers can now also access the company’s inventory by searching for the terms “logistics,” “logistracker” or “logistic company.”
The company is working to add other tracking options, such as the company name, address and telephone number, to the app over time, Siegel explained.
“We are really trying to create a tool that is more user friendly, more intuitive and that allows customers to do the right thing in their day-to-day operations,” Siggs said.
Axle is using the Axle logistrator app to provide an “unparalleled, user-friendly and customizable” service to businesses and others that need to track inventory, said Siegel, who also leads Axle’s product marketing efforts.
“You can search by name, by location, by product type, and even by customer type,” he said.
In addition to Axle, the company has partnered with others in the logistics industry, including American Express, UPS and United Parcel Service.
The new Axle product also includes a web-based application for customers to monitor inventory and provide feedback on their product quality, according to a release.
The release notes that Axle will begin using Axellogic, a cloud-based, end-to, point-of-sale logistics management system.
AxelLogic is the result of a partnership between Axle and the logistics company, Axel Logistics Inc., Siegel added.
“This product was designed to solve a real problem, and we are very excited about the product, especially in light of the recent news about the Trump administration,” Sinkesaid in a statement.
“Axel Logistic has a lot of experience in this area, including experience managing warehouses and logistics companies, so we are confident this new product will help our customers meet the new, challenging challenges in the marketplace,” Sigmund Rönnqvist, the CEO of Axel, said in a release announcing the deal.