Dornbirn, Austria (HQ) Vienna, Austria Dortmund, Germany Chicago, United States
51 – 200
inet is a leading European provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) with substantial know-how in the field of logistics. Since we were established in 1999, we have developed into one of the TOP 5 providers of transport management systems (TMS), worldwide.
The inet TMS connects global and multi-mode transport networks on the in- and outbound levels. Our TMS software is proven to reduce transport costs by an average of 20 percent by networking all participants in the supply chain on a web-based platform in real time. Our modular logistics software can also naturally be extended at any time. The inet TMS plans, manages and optimizes all transport management processes on an efficient and sustainable basis.
With the goal of significantly increasing your transport capacity utilization and clearly improving your company's carbon footprint. Our transport management software can be used for national and international transport, courier and express deliveries, full truckloads and piece loads, cross-docking, multi-mode transport (air, sea, land) and combinations between full and empty load flows.
As logistics professionals, we are able to draw on a considerable level of know-how and many years of experience in our area, which we apply to optimize global transport processes and reduce transport costs on a long-term basis.
With over 9,000 transport partners and more than 11,000 suppliers, the inet TMS is one of the biggest technically integrated supply chain networks in the world.
Our tech stack:
We use Java 1.8 / JEE 7 (depending on the project mostly with features like Hibernate, JAX-RS, JAX-WS, CDI etc.).
Our products build on libraries and frameworks that encapsulate common functionality.
This includes simple external libraries (e.g. helpers like the Apache Commons libraries), standard Java frameworks (like JSP, JSF, Hibernate etc.) and also frameworks we have developed on our own (that often make use of external libraries as well).
Examples for these frameworks are a caching solution (based on ehcache or JCache) and a monitoring solution to monitor function calls.
We don’t have any open positions right now.