Real-Time Visibility and Inventory Awareness
A single information source for your entire logistics network
Legacy technology, systems and process has created information asymmetry, resulting in a terrible customer experience.
What if there was a better way?
Solve this problem by connecting your network. p44 provides an API-based connectivity layer delivering seamless interoperability between your carriers, your systems (TMS, ERP, WMS) and your customers.
By digitizing the entire shipment lifecycle, we ensure you have access to the right information, at the right time -- creating a smarter end-to-end shipping experience.
Here’s how you can transform your logistics operations with our modern SaaS solutions:
project44 selected as Gartner's Cool Vendor in Supply Chain Execution Technology in 2017
p44 uses an approach to connecting carriers and their trading partners that is more efficient than other vendors in the market. They leverage API connectivity to replace outdated mechanisms like EDI, SMC3 rate bureaus, FTP, spreadsheets, website scraping, and manual process.SEE WHY WE'RE COOL: Explore our Interactive Network Designs
How Much Does Legacy Tech Cost You?
Our impact calculator simulates the annual ROI that you can achieve by replacing legacy connectivity technologies with p44.Calculate the ROI of project44
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“Stockouts, though disappointing for a customer and detrimental to a company’s bottom line, point to a much larger issue. Corporations have recently struggled to address complexities in their supply chain as they respond to a significant shift in consumer purchasing behavior. The strategic moves by Target and Wal-Mart are logical in order to remain competitive and meet the dynamic needs of consumers. However, EDI and legacy technology will impede their supplier network from meeting these precise delivery requirements.”
Mary Holcomb, Gerald T. Niedert Supply Chain Fellow & Professor of Supply Chain Management, University of Tennessee.