CarrierNetOnline Wins Transport Industry Oscar

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Deltion is proud to announce that CarrierNetOnline, the pay-as-you-go transport management system, has won a Transport Industry Oscar, namely the prestigious award from the Institute of Transport Management (ITM) for the Web Based Transport Management Solution for 2007.  Its customers nominated Deltion for the award.

The ITM citation states, The web-based service, CarrierNetOnline (CNO), hosted by Deltion, delivers visibility to their customers via the Internet and has been named the Institute of Transport Managements Web Based Transport Management Solution for 2007.  Best-of-breed software and internet solutions help customers efficiently manage their supply chain and warehousing operations - leading to improved customer service and better overall fleet management.

The citation added that the CNO Software as a Service system was customer-oriented and cutting edge within the market. Due to its interactive nature it allows the end user more freedom and power to use the service as and when they need.

CNO has more than 1000 users, processing about three million orders which have a value of more than one billion.

Commenting on the Award to Deltion, ITMs Patrick Sheedy, said: The web-based system from Deltion is particularly valued for its low cost of entry, ease of set-up, and the fact that no server or IT staff is needed to operate the system on-site.  Designed as a cost-effective solution at a low cost of entry, it is used by third party logistics providers and other companies that don't want the expense or trouble of maintaining their IT solutions.  With this software program in the marketplace the logistics industry operates with ease, efficiency and accuracy; products end up in the right place at the right time, and everyone involved gets the right information.

In such a challenging market, it is increasingly important for manufacturers, distributors and retailers to focus on efficiency in seeking out solutions that meet their specific transportation requirements. Investing in transportation, logistics and distribution solutions can lead to positive financial returns and economic competitiveness.

The web-based service, CarrierNetOnline, is a complete on-demand logistics and transport management service that enables visibility to their customers via the Internet.  Piyush Shah, CEO of Deltion, said, We are very pleased to have won this prestigious award from the ITM.  We are particularly proud of the fact that CNO customers nominated us. However, this will inspire us to maintain our vision to deliver the very best logistics and transport management system as a web based service, within reach of  companies of all sizes.

Deltion created the system as a web based logistics Software Service solution. It does not require large investment from the user, software licenses, hardware, or IT support;   it is simply a solution that allows you to pay for what you use there and then.  Commenting on the Award to Deltion, Patrick Sheedy said:This Company was initially brought to the attention of our Awards Committee through recommendations from end users of their web based Software as a Service solution, CarrierNetOnline. After further research and careful consideration of the product, the Institute is delighted to announce Deltion for this fitting acknowledgement of their innovative solution for the transport industry.

Mr. Sheedy continues by saying: Meeting today's Reduction in Total Ownership Cost (RTOC) requirements mandates improvements in efficiency and effectiveness of the supply chain operations. CarrierNetOnline is a logistics and transport management services provider with a difference; this solution operates through web-based software in order to utilize the power of the internet to deliver cost and time efficiencies to the end user - two valuable resources that are crucial in this industry. Its expertise, customer-driven policies and high quality customer base are a true testament to the outstanding work of Deltions dedicated employees.

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