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MODERN MOMENTUM THROUGH SERVICE-ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE!

“Innovation is no guarantee against failure, but without innovation, failure is guaranteed!”

Get your logistics processes moving!
Our microservices are designed to offer you flexibility and open up completely new dimensions in your DAILY BUSINESS.
These intelligent, logistical and geographical functional add-ons promise even more efficiency for your existing lbase TMS/WMS environment and can be integrated into your current infrastructure through plug and play.
As of today, there are no limits to your organizational growth and you can be sure of staying a step ahead in daily business – more .

addHelix is hosted in the certified Axians data center in Vienna and combines all of its functions with the benefits of one of Austria’s leading cloud service providers:

  • Web services on demand
  • Intelligent processes
  • Flexible licensing models
  • Ready for immediate use
  • Always up to date
  • Unlimited resources
  • High data security

Think different: Hybrid technologies open up potential

 

Take advantage today of the innovation and value creation bound up in addHelix as well as the stability and process orientation of your proven lbase TMS/WMS systems. Complexity is explicitly avoided through the addHelix Connector plug-and-play functionality.

Do you still see obstacles when it comes to investing in or operating the applications?
We remove these from your path with the addHelix Connector one-time licensing model. Once you're an addHelix customer, you can access all of the services available on the cloud on a pay-per-use basis.

GEOGRAPHY

  • Map display
  • Geocoding
  • Map Matching
  • Isochrones
  • Route planning

OPTIMIZATION

  • ROUTES/SEQUENCES
  • Freight transport
  • General cargo transport
  • Multimodal transport
  • Regions
  • Pallet and cargo spaces

CONNECTIVITY

  • Telematics
  • Track & trace
  • Route/vehicle tracking
  • Reachability zones
  • Geofencing
  • Portal solutions

ANALYSIS

  • Forecasting
  • Strategic/tactical methods
  • Network analysis
  • Goods flows
  • Neural networks
  • Machine Learning