Freightgate Adds FMC-Trek! To PLTX Suite

Wednesday, January 22, 2003
Freightgate Inc., a provider of Internet applications for the freight and logistics industry, has added FMC-Trek!, an FMC publishing system, to its PLTX Suite of Solutions for the NVO community. Featuring optional integration with the customer's booking system, FMC-Trek! is The logical extension for the PLTX Suite, which also includes Tariff-Trek!, The industry's leading rating, routing, quoting and booking solution. Within FMC-Trek!, booked rates, as fed to the system using XML, get posted to a queue where potential conflicts are automatically detected. If an automatic resolution is not possible, an alert is dispatched for human intervention. Rates without conflict are automatically published after a pre-determined period.
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