MADISON, Wisc., May 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- RateLinx announced today the completion of the migration to the Microsoft Azure cloud computing platform. The migration will enable more capabilities within the RateLinx suite of cloud-based logistics solutions, in addition to ensuring better security, scalability, and uptime for their customer’s critical logistics operations.
RateLinx transitioned from a server managed infrastructure and security for the more agile, powerful Microsoft-managed environment. Now, the company leverages the Azure platform to deliver a server-less architecture for its customers. The new cloud infrastructure allows the company to improve, test, and seamlessly deploy updates to customers.
“Innovation has long been at the center of the RateLinx philosophy,” says Shannon Vaillancourt, President at RateLinx. “With this change, RateLinx is better equipped to continuously drive innovation to our customers and their logistics operations.”
With Azure’s vast data-center network, it also means more power for RateLinx to deliver faster and more powerful tools and analytics to its customers. Customers will have access to system health metrics, advanced analytics, and reporting.
Launched in 2010, Microsoft Azure is among the largest cloud-computing vendors. The service is a recognized industry leader by Gartner and boasts a respectable list of Fortune 500 companies as customers.
Founded in 2002 and based in Madison, Wisconsin, RateLinx is a complete Supply Chain & Logistics shipping, visibility, and payment platform built on data quality to provide predictive analytics and prescriptive actions. The RateLinx ecosystem is designed to reduce logistics costs and optimize operations, providing companies with shipment management, supply chain visibility, and financial settlement solutions. RateLinx is a self-funded and debt-free, award-winning company and recognized thought-leader in the logistics space. To learn more, visit ratelinx.com.
Cory Comer, Director of Marketing
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