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June 07, 2006

Llamawerx And RRLX Complete Initial Integration

RALEIGH, NC -- Llamawerx is proud to announce the completion of a website redesign and information integration project for Rail Logistics (RRLX). Rail Logistics is a third-party logistics operation specializing in turn-key rail services throughout North America.

According to Doug Griswold, CEO of Llamawerx, “Rail Logistics’ goal is to leverage their website in order to streamline their business processes. So the first thing we had to do was put the site on a strong technical footing,” continued Griswold. “We redeveloped the existing site with modern tools, added some foundation work and hosted it on a dedicated server and relational database.”

Once the site was transitioned to the new server, two components were chosen for the initial integration – customer reports and shipping instructions.

First, a set of daily reports was made available to RRLX customers via the website. Previously emailed to individual inboxes, the reports are now centrally located, organized and available via the web. “We’re all inundated with email and this is one small step to improve the distribution and organization of these daily reports,” said Griswold.

Next, integration with a web based rail shipping instruction service provides RRLX customers with a streamlined electronic method for creating their own shipping instructions. “By tightly integrating the branded application into the RRLX website, we’ve eliminated the redundant steps involved with creating the shipping instructions and eliminated the need for users to interact with different railroad systems. We’ve also captured the EDI messages into a database for Rail Logistics’ analysis,” added Griswold.

“Working with clients, we take into consideration their needs, their goals, and their budget,” added Griswold. “Large or small, we find unique solutions to tie it all together.”

Posted by Doug Griswold at June 7, 2006 08:44 PM

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