The ten year collaboration between transport and logistics solutions provider, Translogix Software , and national logistics company, Glen Cameron Group, has seen both organisations rise to the top of their areas of the Australian transport and logistics industry.
Celebrating the anniversary of the relationship, Translogix Software Managing Director, Anselm Waterfield, acknowledged the role played by a high calibre customer like the Glen Cameron Group in the ongoing strength of Translogix Software as a software developer and service provider: “Camerons is a great partner and a great client. They are serious customers and keen to investigate all options, working closely with us to push the envelope.”
The two organisations have worked together, always with an eye to the future, to build industry-specific functionality into the TransLogix Sapphire and Opal Transport Management suites for greater efficiency and the commercial differentiator.
“Glen Cameron and his management team continue to move fast and smart to keep in front of what is a very competitive game,” Waterfield said.
Glen Cameron, Managing Director of the Glen Cameron Group, described how TransLogix Software has become critical to the Group’s active growth plans: “When we went out to tender ten years ago we were asking for a lot of things that were out of left field at the time. Things like mobility, RF and warehousing functionality were not commonplace.
The Glen Cameron Group has grown to become a multimillion-dollar national operator with local trucking, couriers, warehousing, 3rd Party Logistics and interstate transport. It services some of the largest and most diverse customers across Australia.
The Melbourne-based carrier has long been recognised for its commitment to advanced and integrated customer services. It is no accident that, among its many accolades, GCG has won the Australian Freight & Logistics Award four times.
This impressive performance reflects “the combined strength of our business philosophy and ethics and the support of sound business practices and system processes,” Cameron said.
Translogix Software now boasts an Australian and New Zealand customer base in excess of 350 clients and 4000 users in small family operated businesses through to large, publicly listed multi-user, multi-depot transport companies.