Magaya Named a Leader in the G2 Grid Report for Freight Management
Miami, FL – June 23, 2021 – Magaya Corporation, the leading provider of end-to-end logistics and supply chain automation software, is proud to announce that it has been named a Leader in the Summer 2021 Grid® Report for Freight Management by G2.com, Inc. The world’s leading business solutions review website, G2 bases its rankings on responses from real users for each of the freight management-related questions featured in the G2 review form.
“The logistics industry is evolving at a remarkable pace,” said Mark Buman, Chief Revenue Officer at Magaya. “As freight forwarders look to find new ways to meet rising customer expectations and deal with growing challenges like port congestion, technology must play a pivotal role. The companies that effectively use automation and digitization will come out ahead. At Magaya, we are driven by our passion to help logistics providers innovate to grow, and we’re thrilled to have been recognized by our customers and G2 as a leader in the field of freight management software.”
Magaya Supply Chain achieved the coveted Leader ranking on the Summer 2021 Grid® Report for Freight Management by receiving positive reviews from verified users compared to similar products. The company earned high scores across the board in the areas of return on investment, user adoption, implementation, and customer satisfaction.
The Magaya Ecosystem, consisting of Magaya Supply Chain, ACELYNK ABI, and Catapult QMS, delivers flexible, interoperable, modular, cloud-based freight management solutions that can be used independently or together as an integrated platform. From shipping, tracking, and warehouse operations to rate management, compliance, and accounting, Magaya’s end-to-end solutions help over 2,000 logistics companies worldwide optimize their freight management operations and grow their businesses.
“This is the first time we publish a Grid® Report in the Freight Management category, which demonstrates the boom of activity and exciting growth we’ve seen in the category in recent times. The Grid® represents the democratic voice of real software users, rather than the subjective opinion of one analyst,” said Tom Pringle, VP Market Research at G2. “Magaya’s Leader ranking is a testament to the company’s success in customer satisfaction, product direction, and market penetration. Congratulations to the team at Magaya on your continued success!”
Learn more about what real users have to say (or leave your own review of Magaya Supply Chain) on G2’s Magaya Supply Chain review page! To read the full Summer 2021 Grid® Report for Freight Management, click here.
About Magaya Corporation
Magaya Corporation develops the leading platform in logistics and supply chain automation. The Magaya Ecosystem – consisting of Magaya Supply Chain and its collection of value-added apps and extensions, ACELYNK ABI, and Catapult Rate Management – delivers flexible, interoperable, modular solutions for the supply chain industry. Whether used together as an integrated logistics software platform or independently, Magaya solutions are designed to enable businesses of all sizes to streamline complex and redundant processes, optimize productivity, reduce costs, and grow revenue. At Magaya, we are passionately devoted to ensuring our customers’ success through our innovative solutions and comprehensive array of related professional services. We take great pride in our people, experts in the field of logistics automation, who are always willing to go the extra mile for our customers. Visit magaya.com to learn more.
Headquartered in Chicago, G2.com is revolutionizing the way businesses discover, buy and manage software and services. More than three million users per month rely on G2 to help them find and buy the best software for their businesses. The platform has more than a million verified reviews and $100M in total funding invested by IVP, Accel Partners, LinkedIn, Emergence Capital, Pritzker Group, Chicago Ventures, Hyde Park Ventures, industry leaders and founders. G2’s customers include Amazon Web Services (AWS), IBM and Zoom and Its most recent funding, a $55M Series C, was announced in October, closely followed by the company’s acquisitions of Siftery and Advocately.