[ANN] SYNELOGIS eliminates paperwork in freight transportation with help of 24U and FileMaker Platform
LAS VEGAS -- July 18, 2016 -- Small company brings European freight transportation to the 21st century via
modern technologies and a custom FileMaker app developed by 24U.
SYNELOGIS s.r.o., the Czech Republic based logistics company is achieving its mission to reform European
freight transportation by using a custom app developed in partnership with 24U Software within 6 weeks
using the FileMaker Platform.
The SYNELOGIS company strives to bring synergy to logistic processes by using modern technologies and
sharing data between sales, transportation, stock, logistics, and the customer in real time.
"Our company can provide information to the customer immediately with the help of modern technologies.
Current trends are that in the future we won't need papers. My strive so that the customer does not have to
sign a paper he throws away later. We use tablets and these devices help us to minimize the time information
needs to flow from the supplier to the customer," says Ji ? im?k, SYNELOGIS CEO.
At the beginning of 2016, SYNELOGIS got a new opportunity to replace an inefficient hauler by starting
their own freight transportation business. This opportunity was conditioned by the requirement to
start the operation from the 1st of March, i.e. in less than two months.
SYNELOGIS partnered with the FileMaker Business Alliance Member 24U s.r.o. to create a custom app called
Synetrans within only 6 weeks to achieve the goal of taking advantage of their unique opportunity.
"By using the FileMaker Platform for development, we were not only able to create the app in such a short
time, but also to flexibly modify the app in response to requirements coming from the experience after
deployment," said Milan Zach, lead developer at 24U.
Dispatchers use the app to plan routes to efficiently deliver shipments to their destinations. Synetrans
lets them see an up-to-date analysis of expected cost and profit from the very beginning.
Truck drivers use a mobile version of the custom app, based on FileMaker Go, on the iPad. as a complete