Logistic Dynamics, Inc. Launches New Transportation Management Software

Logistic Dynamics, Inc. (LDI) recently launched their new transportation management software (TMS) which was developed to help manage and track their customer freight. LDI partnered with Advance 2000, a Buffalo, New York based technology consulting firm, to help develop the proprietary software. The software allows LDI to offer more responsive and cost effective service to their customers by increasing speed, accuracy and overall efficiency. Dennis Brown, CEO, said, “The only constant in business is change, so we decided to develop a system to allow for maximum flexibility in an ever changing industry, market and economy. It is a major investment for a startup, but it will pay off in the long run.”

The company anticipates ongoing development of the software in an effort to maximize their service offerings to customers throughout North America.

About Logistic Dynamics, Inc.

Logistic Dynamics, Inc. is a Buffalo, New York, based third party logistics provider that specializes in transportation management services including full truckload, less than truckload and rail. Our mission is to provide innovative, practical and top-quality logistic services that offer our customers a competitive advantage. To learn more about Logistic Dynamics, Inc. please call 1-800-554-3734 or visit our website at


About Advance 2000, Inc.

Advance 2000, Inc. is a Buffalo, New York based IT consulting firm that offers end to end business solutions. With over a decade of experience and 4,000 satisfied customers, Advance 2000 is one of the regions premier service providers. The company offers a wide array of services including networking, telephony, software, E-Business, internet access, infrastructure, cabling, WAN, LAN, network connectivity, digital imaging, storage solutions, web page, and website development. For more information on Advance 2000 call 716-631-5602 or visit www.advance2000.com.

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