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November 18, 2018
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June 26, 2018

Kuebix Wins Supply and Demand Chain Executive 100 Award for 2018

Cloud-Based TMS Helps Manufacturing Business Save $1M Annually

June 26, 2018 (Maynard, MA) - Kuebix, creator of a transportation management system (TMS) that delivers true freight intelligence, was chosen for a 2018 SDCE 100 award from Supply & Demand Chain Executive. The Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 award recognizes innovative ideas and solutions that guide industry leaders to maximize efficiency, profitability and more. Kuebix was selected for helping a global manufacturer of weighing and slicing technologies gain control of and visibility into their transportation operations, lowering costs and increasing efficiencies.

"Kuebix TMS provides shippers of every size the ability to optimize their supply chains, all with significant ROI and time savings," said Dan Clark, Founder and President of Kuebix. "Being chosen as a recipient of this award is a great honor and highlights Kuebix's commitment to our customers' success. This particular customer plans to expand their use of Kuebix TMS throughout their organization and we are excited to be a part of their optimization journey."

"First and foremost, we want to congratulate the winners of this year's Top 100 for their successful and innovative projects, which serve as models to companies of all sizes for what is achievable in their supply chains," says John Yuva, editor for Supply & Demand Chain Executive. "Regardless of company size, these projects are best-in-class examples of the types of efficiencies and bottom-line results that supply chain executives should be striving toward in their own operations. Our 2018 winners provide a roadmap for how to get there."

The 2018 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 spotlights a few of the industry's most successful and transformational projects that deliver value to enterprises across a range of supply chain functions. The supply chain projects featured in this awards program offer a forward-looking perspective for the industry on new opportunities designed to drive operational success.

The global manufacturer of weighing and slicing technologies needed to lower its cost of shipping and better manage their day-to-day logistics operations. Since implementing Kuebix TMS, the company has lowered shipping costs by one-third. Factor in reduced time to book shipments, decreased claims and efficiencies from automated freight bill auditing, and the company is primed to save over $1M annually in transportation costs using the Kuebix system.

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About Kuebix
Founded by a logistics industry innovator, Kuebix offers a transportation management system (TMS) with Freight Intelligence that enables companies to capitalize on supply chain opportunities through visibility, control and the use of predictive analytics. Kuebix is democratizing the rating, booking and tracking of freight with its free TMS, Kuebix Free Shipper, which can be ready to use in minutes. Shippers looking for financial management, advanced analytics and other premium features can upgrade to Kuebix Business Pro and Kuebix Enterprise and then seamlessly add Premier Applications and Integrations as needed. Kuebix also offers unique Managed Service Programs to businesses looking to partially or fully outsource transportation management. For more information visit:

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