RateLinx’s commitment to excellence and innovation has once again been recognized by Supply & Demand Chain Executive. The prestigious logistics industry magazine recently published its list of 2019 Pros to Know, honoring the leaders and innovators who are shaping the future of supply chain management.
This year, five members of the RateLinx leadership team have been named to the list, the most of any company awarded in 2019. This year’s recipients include President and Founder Shannon Vaillancourt, Executive Vice President Frank Locascio, Senior Vice President of Sales and Strategic Alliances Nate Endicott, Vice President of Solutions Development Bryan Rabakon and Vice President of Business Development Gordy Ferguson. Their exceptional leadership and innovation automates processes, reduces costs, and improves shipper-carrier and supplier-customer relationships for RateLinx customers.
Our team is committed to helping customers achieve real-time visibility through a digital supply chain strategy. Our “Pros to Know” guide our customers through our consultative Logistics in 3D process, a data-first approach designed to help customers Diagnose problems, Develop strategies, and Deploy savings. Recently, the team has helped Fortune 50 companies navigate complex supply chain visibility challenges with integrated TMS, freight payment and track-and-trace solutions. Focused on high-value needs, they help assess current processes through collaboration with the customer, leveraging years of knowledge and experience in the industry. They help develop customized KPIs, dashboards and analytics for every customer using our ecosystem of innovative software solutions including Radar Track & Trace and Intelligent Invoice Management. Additionally, they provide our customers with insights into industry trends and best practices.
It is an honor to be selected for this prestigious award and a testament to their experience, skill, and commitment to customer service. Thank you to Supply & Demand Chain Executive, one of America’s most prestigious supply chain publications, for this year’s recognition.