LOGENIOS optimizes logistics: software and interfaces for digital data exchange

Products and functions

Overview instead of feature list

We present our LOGENIOS logistics software on this page. We have deliberately kept our descriptions brief because we would rather convey an impression of what you can achieve with LOGENIOS than bore you with details. Please let us know if you would like to see an additional function or can’t find a feature you need.

Our Products

  • Order Entry
  • File Converter
  • Gateway
  • Porta
  • mobile WebApp
  • Order and Status Sharing

Logistics software meets freight forwarding software

Order entry for freight forwarders

Every transport begins with a forwarding order – the starting point in the logistics process. The information it contains has to be imported into the forwarding software in order to ensure efficient order processing. However, this can only be done if customers transmit the order data electronically to the forwarder. That’s usually impossible for shippers without interfaces.

With LOGENIOS Order Entry, they can automatically send the data to the freight forwarder, who will then process all the information directly in its transportation management system (TMS). The forwarder can manage the access rights itself and freely configure the fields in the order template. All the documents can also be created using the customer’s corporate design. The logistics software benefits users, too – new orders get completed much faster with the integrated address book and order templates.


Logistics software for everyone

Sharing order and status data with everyone

Logistics orders are constantly moving, which generates a lot of data. Each new step creates a new status that has to be digitally stored and a change that has to be logged.

As long as everything goes according to plan, all this data is interesting but not necessarily useful. Though exceptions are statistically rare, they will produce a large number of exceptions considering the huge number of freight movements logistics providers and freight forwarders perform every day. Supply chain managers and dispatchers have to devise solutions for these orders.

There just isn’t enough time to manage every single exception manually. Luckily, LOGENIOS Order and Status Sharing automates and accelerates the information chain dramatically. The logistics software links the operations systems of shippers, logistics providers, freight forwarders, carriers and consignees over our standard interface.

Delays that occur en route are thus quickly reported to customers right in their enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Missing shipments that result in inventory shortfalls appear right away in the logistics provider’s warehouse management system (WMS). And freight forwarders exchange data with all their partners effortlessly and automatically. They can now easily arrange split shipments, transports to transshipment points and pre-carriage legs.

Whatever information you need – order and status data, proofs of delivery (PODs), shipment tracking or expected times of arrival – there’s a new way to get it. Calling for details is the past. LOGENIOS is the future.

Logistics software meets freight forwarding software

File Converter sorts logistics data

Data transmission without interfaces: With LOGENIOS File Converter, logistics providers and freight forwarders can capture data from emails, spreadsheets, XML files and other formats right in their TMS. They can decide which fields to extract the content from and which fields to assign the data to in the forwarding software. Once configured, the software learns on its own and can use AI to extract information from files. This enables the IT solution to automatically capture orders and sort data. And providers can use this capability to analyze complex documents as well.
We manage the configuration of the interface to your TMS during the implementation of the logistics software.

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Logistics software meets freight forwarding software

Gateway for logistics data

As a standard interface, LOGENIOS Gateway will quickly become the hub of your logistics operation. Why? Because the software will accept data from any source system and distribute it to any desired target system.

It enables logistics providers and freight forwarders to automatically supply their customers with all the information they need. Shippers report their shipments’ estimated times of arrival to consignees, and forwarders automatically receive their carriers’ data from whichever telematics solution they are using.

LOGENIOS Gateway also supplies required data to shipper platforms, visibility platforms and vehicle systems. No special apps have to be installed; no vehicles have to be manually assigned.

The logistics software also documents the transmitted data and validates the quality of its content with automatic statistical analyses.

Forwarding software for everyone

Digital data at last with mobile WebApp

A freight forwarder builds relationships – and uses these relationships to arrange transports. Some are very stable, long-standing and will endure for a long time. Others, in contrast, are temporary, potentially only lasting as long as it takes to transport a full truckload of cargo.

Previously, forwarders and customers in short-term relationships didn’t bother exchanging data digitally – installing an app on a smartphone or tablet would have been more trouble than it was worth for a one-time transaction. All that has changed with LOGENIOS mobile WebApp. Now, all it takes is a link to the order provided by email, text message or direct message for the driver to issue status messages straight from the web browser.

Workflows can also be used to transmit notes and tasks. LOGENIOS mobile WebApp can also send reminders when required data is not entered. And that is a visible improvement.

Freight forwarders, carriers and drivers can thus easily exchange information without having to make a single phone call. They can share data such as status updates or proofs of delivery (PODs). Drivers can even manually enter an estimated time of arrival (ETAs) that is shown in their navigation software.