Madrid, November 15th 2018.- AndSoft, an European company expert in software development for the transport and logistics sector,and TransFollow, European standard for the e-CMR platform,have signed a cooperation agreement for the pioneer implementation of e-CMR in a Transport and Logistics TMS.Continue reading “AndSoft integrates TransFollow’s electronic CMR with e-TMS to streamline the management of transport and logistics companies”
Madrid. October 30th, 2017 – AndSoft, developer of the technological platform e-TMS for the management of transportation and logistics companies, participated yesterday in a round table on “Experience and Platforms with TMS Software”, organized by Aeutrasmer (Spanish Freight Transport User Association) on the occasion of its General Assembly. Representatives of Generix, Oracle, and SAP corporations, as well as partners of the mentioned employer’s organization that had implemented software for transport companies’ management, participated in the discussion. Víctor Vilas, Business Development Manager Europe for AndSoft, highlighted the following conclusions:
Barcelona, May 12, 2016.-
- New slots management solutions for loading and unloading, for Shippers and Transportation and Logistic Operators.
- New tool to forecast possible deviations or possible delays in the agreed delivery times. Control of the “Estimated Time of Arrival” (ETA).
- New system to forecast the demand of vehicles for collaborators and certify their availability.
- New module to send invoices directly to the tax Agency SII.
Barcelona, 27 october 2015.- International Transport Journal interview AndSoft: “Optimising core business activities through software. You can create big ideas in a small space too. It was in Andorra, located between France and Spain, that the software forge AndSoft started its development. Its European Business Development Manager, Víctor Vilas, spoke to the ITJ´s, Christian Doepgen, about AndSoft´s unorthodox sales model and its original approach to customer solutions. Below you can read the interview:
Paris, August 26,2015.- In 1983, Steve Jobs, Founder of Apple Computers, was walking by the New York headquarters of IBM and gave them a photo of a comb as a souvenir. In 2014, IBM and Apple presented an ambitious deal whereby they would make corporate solutions together. Two very tenacious rivals ended up becoming associates. Will the same happen with Uber and the sector of transported goods?