The Top Tech Start-Up Award is geared toward companies who’ve started operation within the last 5 years and have introduced a viable product.
“From seed funding rounds to launching new solutions, many of today’s tech start-ups are poised to disrupt the supply chain space. They’re introducing new innovations, improving user experiences, and striving for that safer, smarter, more efficient supply chain” says, Marina Mayer, editor-in-chief of Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive.
“The future of the supply chain industry is directly impacted by the development of these new technologies, and I’m very excited to see what comes from these nominations.”
Alvys, a revolutionary new TMS designed for the underserved market of small to midsize trucking companies, stood out among hundreds of start-ups and received the award. With this software, every workflow a carrier or broker touches has been carefully architected for maximum efficiency and productivity. The cloud-based platform eliminates friction between sourcing, fulfilling, and managing loads through powerful integrations and cross department communication.
Alvys stands out by saving carriers and brokers more time than any other TMS. The proof is not only in the pudding, but also in the workflows. Check out these impressive statistics:
Alvys secured the lead developer of Jet.com which was sold to Walmart for $3.3 billion. Leo came on board as the CTO in 2020 and grew the development team to over 60 developers, iterating on new features and performing bug fixes in real time.
- Industry Interest: FreightWaves, Markets Insider, and JOC are among some of the media houses that expressed interest in this new software. Alvys’ leadership has taken part in various industry hot topics panel discussions at major conferences such as JOC Inland 2022 Distribution Conference and F3 by FreightWaves.
Ratings & Recommendations
- 5-star rating: Get App and G2
- Recommendations: 25 recommendations on Software Advice.
- Alvys helped Skyline Transportation reduce labor costs while simultaneously growing their carrier business. Skyline reported reducing their calls to drivers by 85% after switching to Alvys.
- Beta client, TVA Logistics, scaled from 100 to over 250 trucks in 18 months. TVA Logistics reported reducing dispatching time by 97% after switching to Alvys. FreightWaves wrote an article describing how dispatching changed after switching to Alvys.
Whether it’s dispatch, driver management, load movement, accounting, safety, or compliance, Alvys allows users to complete tasks more efficiently. This leads to staff reduction and easier asset addition. Hello, higher profit margins.
Software and technology companies are at the forefront of supply chain innovation. From artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics to fulfillment execution and real-time visibility, many of today’s tech start-ups are poised to disrupt the supply chain space in a big way.
“The future of the supply chain industry is directly impacted by the development of these new technologies, and I’m very excited to see what’s next for these winners,” says Marina Mayer, editor-in-chief of Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive.
Congratulations to all the winners of this year’s Top Tech Start-Up Award. Thank you for disrupting the supply chain in a positive way.
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