CHICAGO (Nov. 11, 2021) – project44, the leading supply chain visibility platform, today announced its first place award win in FreightWaves’ FreightTech 25 list, surpassing Platform Science and Amazon. This is project44’s fourth year of recognition in the FreightTech 25. Project44 has ranked second as the top visibility vendor for the past three years. The FreightTech 25, a subset of the FreightTech 100, recognizes the most innovative and disruptive businesses within the freight industry.
“To be leading the FreightTech 100, in which we’re joined by more than three dozen project44 customers and partners, showcases project44’s influence as a global leader in visibility,” said Jett McCandless, CEO of project44. “The supply chain industry faced tremendous challenges throughout this year but we’re eager to share our innovative ideas as we continue our focus on global growth, product expansion and strategic development. This accolade indicates we’re heading in the right direction.”
With the pandemic accelerating supply chain challenges, choosing the right supply chain visibility solution has become more important than ever. Project44 has responded to the turbulence by delivering advanced solutions for customers and partners.
Formed in 2019, the FreightTech 100 list is compiled by FreightWaves readers. More than 500 nominations for 200 companies across 31 states were submitted this year. A panel by FreightWaves narrowed down submissions to the FreightTech 100 list, which was then condensed into the FreightTech 25 by a hand-picked peer group of CEOs, industry leaders and investors actively investing in freight.
“We’re humbled to join eleven project44 customers on the FreightTech 25 list, demonstrating project44’s collective influence in the space,” Tim Bertrand, President – Worldwide Field Operations said. “And as innovations and disruptions are paramount to this industry, so is collaboration. We look forward to collaborating with other disruptors that will drive project44’s growth and unparalleled success within our supply chains.”