Axele is becoming

by Optym


New TMS Hits 10,000 Loads in Less Than 90 Days

Axele is proud to announce that its new TMS has hit an unprecedented milestone of over 1,000 users registered and 10,000 loads managed in less than 90 days since its introduction. The rapid adoption of Axele TMS validates the need for an intelligent TMS in the market targeting small to midsize truckload carriers.

“Seeing this significant growth of users and loads since we started charging subscribers on November 2, 2020, the day the product became fully commercialized, shows that the truckload carrier market has long been underserved and in desperate need of a solution like this,” said Ryan Camacho, Director, Business Development, Axele.  “With the Axele TMS, small to midsize carriers can reap the benefits of an optimized, automated, and connected TMS, with features and functionalities that enterprise TMS systems offer to large clients, at an affordable price.”

Parent company Optym in June 2020 initially launched Axele. From June through October 2020, Axele users had used the tool at no charge. However, in November 2020, Axele launched its paid subscription model and has experienced impressive adoption by over 1,000 users, with 750 truck drivers hauling over 10,000 loads managed by the system.

The Axele TMS is built using Optym’s proprietary algorithms that have successfully optimized flight schedules, railroad network planning, and linehaul planning for global logistics corporations. Axele TMS empowers small to medium-sized truckload carriers to increase operating income and reduce the time spent managing the business. The system is the first to make the advanced optimization and automation technologies to carriers of all sizes – capabilities that were once available only to large enterprise-sized trucking companies.

Why Build a New TMS?

In a recent interview for this blog reported in Why Build a New Leading Edge TMS, founder and CEO Ravi Ahuja said, “We decided to launch Axele to bring the latest optimization technology to the full truckload carrier industry and make a large impact on this sector, which carries more freight than all other sectors combined.”

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