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Working with technology contractors Robert Johnson and Don Holt, Cerasis launched the first ever logistics industry web-based freight management software, often referred to as a TMS or Transportation Management System. The introduction of the Rater allows for:

Cost Containment Measures: Daily/Monthly reports for full visibility into your freight expenses.

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Amy Cook was one of the first key hires brought on to Cerasis in May of 1998, when Cerasis was named Logistics Management Services. As Carrier Relations Manager, Ms. Cook oversees the development and maintenance of Cerasis relationships to our carrier base. This includes both regional and national LTL freight carriers, Truckload freight carriers, and small parcel  freight carriers.

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Cerasis, operating as Logistics Management Services, hired its first key personnel, Amy Cook, in Houston, Texas, to handle freight carrier management relations and freight management services such as claims, quotes, and Truckload freight brokering. Also in Houston, Steve Norall leads the sales efforts to acquire new LTL, TL, and small package freight shippers.

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Steve Norall, as Vice President of Business Development and one of our co-founders, oversees all aspects of driving new business into the Cerasis brand through vertical sales channels and vendor agreements. Additionally, Steve looks to scale business development by reaching out to potential new sales force hires, strategic partnerships, and ongoing vendor relationships.

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Mr. Ludvigson  oversees the growth and profitability of Cerasis. He spends most of his time in operations, finance, and new product development.

Mr. Ludvigson spent seven years with Pitney Bowes selling logistics software. Before his time at Pitney Bowes,  Mr. Ludvigson was selling technology systems for an electronics distributor.