Transflo, EKA Solutions Announce Strategic Collaboration

November 18, 2019 7:41 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

EKA Solutions, a Salt Lake City-based provider of cloud-based freight integration ecosystem platform solutions, announced it has executed a strategic collaboration agreement with Transflo “to jointly deliver innovative offerings to small and medium-size brokers, shippers and carriers to help them thrive in the new supply chain world.”

EKA serves as the system of record across multiple applications and seamlessly ties into other freight solutions (TMS, driver apps, etc.), according to the company. A single digital end-to-end hub delivers a unified, consistent, efficient and effective experience across all freight management systems for customer’s entire business with trusted entities.

“The transportation industry is experiencing significant change, and most of it comes from software and technology,” stated Frank Adelman, president and CEO of Transflo. “We’re excited to work closely with the experienced and talented supply chain leadership team at EKA Solutions to meet the industry’s current and emerging needs. Creating a strategic relationship with a state-of-the-art end-end cloud-based logistics software solution provider like EKA will help accelerate the delivery of transformative solutions to small and medium-size brokers, shippers and carriers.”

“EKA is enthusiastic and privileged to work with Transflo, a leader in delivering real-time communications to thousands of fleets, brokers and commercial-vehicle drivers,” said J.J. Singh, founder, investor and CEO of EKA Solutions. “The collaboration between TransFlo and EKA will be an important demonstration of how a cloud-based mobile extensibility solutions leader and a transformational end-to-end software solutions provider can strategically collaborate to create strategic operational leverage for brokers, carriers and shippers.”

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