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With BTU’s high powered freight rate tool and carrier pairing, BAT can benchmark pricing that doesn’t satisfy their customers with pricing that does satisfy and still provides capacity. In essence, BAT is turning losing freight rates into winning freight rates by adjusting their margins and carrier relationships.

Another major value for BAT is in seconds BTU identifies BAT’S best carrier that’s available for the chosen lane. It’s been a way for BAT to keep ahead of the market trends and position themselves ahead of the market’s supply and demand.

BTU is a freight rate tool that uses Microsoft Azure machine learning, predictive analytics, and artificial intelligence to give brokers the ability to find the right rates that provide accuracy and high margins.

BAT+BTUBAT Logistics, provider of 3rd party logistics and transportation solutions, announced today it has incorporated BTU’s Sales Freight Rate Platform. BTU Software Company is a supply chain software development company.

“BTU’s SFR Platform is already transforming our company in ways we couldn’t have imagined,” said Jarrod Marinello, BAT’s executive vice president. “We now have a customized freight rate machine learning tool that takes into account our entire transportation makeup when it produces a rate. Most importantly, we can give real rates in line with our working ability, so our customers can count on BAT’s pricing and capacity.”

“I haven’t even mentioned BAT has been beta testing a prediction freight rate tool that’s going to save our customers a fortune in transportation costs,” he added.

To learn more about BTU Software Company’s Sales Freight Rate Platform, visit btusoftware.com.

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BAT Logistics, provider of 3rd Party Logistics and Transportation solutions, wrapped its ninth year of business with another year of growth. Over the past year, BAT has found innovative ways to adapt to change, and execution has led to an increase in the amount of dedicated freight that the company has been awarded.

One way BAT accomplished this was by working with BTU SOFTWARE COMPANY, a supply chain software development company. For the past nine months, BAT utilized BTU’s Three-In-One web-based application to improve performance in several aspects of the logistics business.

“It’s worked out to be the best move BAT has ever made, and has already increased our load count and margins within the same pool of customers year over year,” said Jarrod Marinello, executive vice president. “Not only has BTU increased BAT’s bottom line but it has also increased employee performance and reduced stress. Our employees are the most important aspect of our business, so its imperative that we not only give them tools but also reduce their stress.”

To learn more about BTU Software Company’s Three-In-One, visit the website.