DexFreight launches early adopters program
Logistics technology firm says U.S.-based shippers, brokers and forwarders can evaluate services, receive member benefits as part of new program.
Logistics technology firm dexFreight has launched an early adopters program that will allow user testing of services and provide a range of member benefits, the company said this week.
Open to U.S.-based shippers, brokers and forwarders, the early adopters program will allow logistics professionals to evaluate new and advanced features of the dexFreight platform, the company said. Sunrise, Fla.-based dexFreight offers a decentralized, blockchain-based service that allows shippers, carriers and other supply chain stakeholders to "transact and collaborate more efficiently, transparently and securely," the company also said.
Early adopters will have access to early release versions of the dexFreight platform and the ability to interact with the company's development and product teams. Other benefits include a range of free and discounted member services as well as early notifications about new features, according to dexFreight.
Platform features include transportation management system (TMS) and fleet management solutions (FMS) integration, load and capacity matching, safety data, rate negotiation, accessorial selection as well as scheduling, tracking and communication services. The company said it plans to add a range of new features, including escrow services, tokenized invoices, rate forecasting and more.
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