Buyers' Guide

A directory of companies and business solutions


Logistics Technology listings:
888-532-9119
Inform Software Corp.
Website: www.inform-software.com
450-623-2000
Infosite Technologies Inc
Website: www.infositetech.com/
1 (704) 576-3678
Integration Point
Website: www.integrationpoint.com
425-455-9935
Intek Integration Technologies, Inc.
Website: www.intek.com/
1 (609) 454-3170
Intellect Technologies
Website: www.intellecttech.com
1 (800) 551-8815
IntelliTrans
Website: www.intellitrans.com
Interlink Technologies
P.O. Box 970
Perrysburg, Ohio 43552
United States
419-893-9011
800-655-5465
[email protected]
www.thinkinterlink.com

480.308.3000
JDA Software Group Inc.
Website: www.jda.com
1 (651) 287-6000
Jump Technologies
Website: www.jumptech.com
Kapow Software
Website: www.kofax.com
978-250-9800
Kronos
Website: www.kronos.com
708-547-7676
L. Neill Cartage Co., Inc.
Website: www.neillcartage.com/
1-888-526-3247
Landair
Website: www.landair.com
904-398-9400
Landstar
Website: www.landstar.com
734-418-3120
LLamasoft, Inc.
Website: www.llamasoft.com
1 (734) 418-3119
LLamasoft, Inc.
Website: www.llamasoft.com/
800-461-0620
Lockmasters USA Inc.
Website: www.lockmastersusa.com
1 (800) 762-5207
Logility
Website: www.logility.com
770-587-2051
Logistics Management Services
MACROPOINT
Website: www.macropoint.com
1 (770) 955-7070
Manhattan Associates
Website: www.manh.com
(800) 395-3000
Marten Transport Ltd.
Website: www.marten.com
1 (905) 882-8300
Maves International Software
Website: www.maves.com
(205) 956-1122
Motion Industries
Website: www.motion-ind.com
847-576-5000
Motorola Solutions
Website: www.motorolasolutions.com

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