Sage Freight is a US-based brokerage firm providing tailored transportation solutions. The company approached Trinetix with a desire to leverage automation to scale business by increasing the number of obtained and won freights.
Manual spot bidding, limited freight data visibility, and daily fluctuations made it difficult for the business to adjust intelligently and ensure successful bidding. What’s more, the existing freight tendering process was time-intensive and error-prone, involving multiple actions and continuous engagement with over 20 load portals to reach the desired target.
Therefore, the company needed a single easy-to-use tool to reduce the manual load and obtain a centralized view of spot freight data for competitive bidding.
During the initial discovery phase, Trinetix automation CoE identified underlying business needs and pain points, conducted requirements analysis and stakeholder interviews to define the scope, prioritize features, and suggest an optimal vision.
Based on discovered insights, we’ve mapped a solution to help the client accelerate spot bidding by automatically processing and consolidating freight quote data from multiple portals in a single centralized space and presented our vision for leadership buy-in.
Our team also developed a tailored delivery model based on Sage Freight’s needs and current infrastructure, allowing the client to quickly onboard new technology, leverage market-leading practices, and ensure predictable budgets and timelines.
Trinetix scope of work covered the entire cycle—from identifying business needs and building a design vision to risk mitigation, solution (MVP) implementation, and scaling.
As a result of the MVP phase, our team delivered a consolidated and portable workplace with freight quotes from multiple portals, providing:
Our MVP solution provided an automated flow of freight quotes from customers within a single shared space, allowing the client to:
In the foreseeable future, Sage Freight and Trinetix are planning to extend the system’s functionality with: