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New company Touchpath to meet market demand

05 October 2016

A new company has been created by the merger of long-established businesses TransitionWorks Software and AIDC Solutions to meet market demand for modern, fully customised but lower-cost supply chain solutions.

Launched today, TouchPath (www.touchpath.com) plans to grow dynamically, has operations in the UK (Halifax HX1 5ER) and the USA (High Point, NC 27265) that can provide global, 24/7 user support and is actively seeking partners in Asia.

Using its 30 years combined technology and applications development experience TouchPath plans to penetrate a series of target markets beginning with 3PL (third party logistics).

TouchPath systems’ technology captures more supply chain information for better business performance and faster ROI.

Its unique custom-off-the-shelf (COTS) systems use building blocks that allow TouchPath software to be fully tailored “with no limits”, in line with user-defined business rules and processes, at a lower price and with faster deployment, according to the company.

“Our companies have joined forces to create a new, international player that can deliver customised, user-defined supply chain solutions for organisations of all sizes, at a price-point that sets a new benchmark for the industry” says TouchPath International CEO David Myers.

“Our strategy is to share and integrate knowledge across the new company, creatively, to benefit logistics, transport and other supply chain users.”


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