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TransLogix wins NSW State iAward in e-Logistics and Supply Chain Category

Leading Australian transport and logistics solutions provider, Translogix is the 2009 iAward Winner for NSW in the e-Logistics and Supply Chain Category with its Opal Transport and Logistics Solution, which enables transport operators to achieve greater control over every step in the supply chain and provide the highest level of service to their clients while maximising fleet utilisation and increasing efficiency and profitability.
  • 15 April, 2009 15:08

<p>Leading Australian transport and logistics solutions provider, Translogix is the 2009 iAward Winner for NSW in the e-Logistics and Supply Chain Category with its Opal Transport and Logistics Solution.</p>
<p>The iAwards (‘i’ is for innovation) are Australia's leading ICT industry awards held annually by the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA). As a NSW winner Translogix will now enter the national awards for the same category, with winners to be announced at a gala dinner in May 2009.</p>
<p>Opal is a new generation end-to-end Transport &amp; Logistics solution that enables transport operators to achieve greater control over every step in the supply chain and provide the highest level of service to their clients while maximising fleet utilisation and increasing efficiency and profitability.</p>
<p>Supply chains are becoming ever more complex, often involving multiple carriers, suppliers and customers – all of whom have increasing demands for increased reliability, security and visibility of service. This is why the ability to track and trace individual goods in real time, as they are being transported, is an increasingly important requirement for the transport and logistics industry...</p>
<p>Opal is the only product in Australia to offer item level tracking in a comprehensive transport and logistics solution. The product is built on the Microsoft platform to ensure the widest range of hardware options and ease of deployment. It utilises the latest mobility, RF, GPS and web technologies to deliver the most innovative product available on the market.</p>
<p>“ICT plays a pivotal role in developing strong economic performance, productivity growth and a culture of innovation across much of Australian industry,” said TransLogix Managing Director, Anselm Waterfield.</p>
<p>“The iAwards recognise the accomplishments of Australian software developers, award the best in the nation, and help take them to the rest of the world. We at Translogix are delighted to accept this award in recognition of that.”</p>
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<p>About TransLogix (www.translogix.com.au)</p>
<p>TransLogix is Australasia’s leading supplier of transport and logistics solutions with more than 330 customers supported from offices in Auckland, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. In August 2008 TransLogix merged with Advanta to create one of Australia’s largest locally-owned software companies. TransLogix enjoys a growing profile based on award-winning technology, proven technical expertise and outstanding customer service. Its customers include many of Australia’s largest freight handling companies, including 1st Fleet Glen Cameron Group, Greenfreight, Lindsay Bros. Transport, NYK Logistics, Schenker International, Stream Solutions, Markitforce, Tyco Electronics and Maxwell Logistics.</p>
<p>The TransLogix Transport Management and 3rd Party Logistics suite includes over 30 integrated modules covering accounting, transport management, warehouse, workshop, service, optimisation, scheduling, driver fatigue management, web portal, mobility, POD, GPS, mapping, tracking, Business Intelligence, document imaging and more.</p>
<p>Recent awards include the 2008 iAwards for best eLogistics application, the 2007 Mercury Logistics award for best technology, and the winner of the innovation category at the NSW Chamber of Industry awards by one of its customers.</p>
<p>For further information please contact:
Susan Burt TransLogix +61 2 9467 9400
Shuna Boyd BoydPR +61 2 9418 8100</p>

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