Neurored Wins Freight.Tech 100 Award

Neurored Recognized in Freight.Tech 100

FreightWaves recognizes Neurored as one of the ‘Most Innovative and Disruptive Companies’ in this year’s Freight Tech 100 Award. Neurored shared the dais with leading freight tech companies like Amazon, FedEx, Uber Freight, Maersk, and Waze. The awards were conferred upon the companies after consultation with industry executives, investors, and academics from the FreightWaves Research Institute. Click here to see the winners of the Freight Tech 100 Award.


Neurored is a best-in-class, cloud-based Supply Chain & Transportation Management Suite powered by Salesforce Platform. Neurored’s mission is to help businesses involved in global trade operations to get unprecedented levels of efficiency, visibility, and connectivity in an increasingly fast-paced digital economy. With over 80% of ocean lines coverage, 50% airlines coverage, and over a million ready-to-use rates, Neurored is a one-stop solution for Freight Forwarders, Shippers, and Wholesale Traders in the global supply chain industry.


When asked for a comment about the win, the Managing Director of Neurored, Joseph R Hudicka said, “At Neurored we always strive to delight the customer through innovation. Our happy customers are the reason we are the top-rated Supply Chain Management (SCM) suite on the Salesforce Marketplace (AppExchange) and we are glad that the industry experts have taken notice. Such recognition always inspires us to keep moving forward”.


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Neurored Video Sessions Recorded at Dreamforce Conference ’18

Neurored Team with its Booth at Dreamforce 2018, San Francisco


Neurored joined hands with Salesforce by being a part of Dreamforce 2018 in San Francisco which had attendees from all around the world. Neurored was able to create an impactful presence at Dreamforce as it contributes to the Salesforce ecosystem through its Global Supply Chain Management App.

Neurored also set up a private booth which helped them provide one-on-one assistance to wholesale traders, freight forwarders and shippers.


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 September 26, 11:00 AM  San Francisco


Transport and Logistics is the backbone of many industries – manufacturing, retail, and eCommerce – however, it’s never been felt more strongly than in the age of the customer, where same-day shipping is quickly becoming the norm. Watch us to learn how the Transportation and Logistics industry is innovating to show customers, vendors, and end-consumers where their shipments are, service them better with chatbots and voice-assistance and provide transparency with blockchain and IoT. Neurored, DHL, Freightos, and RedWood Logistics discussed how they are creating the first ever seamless shipper experience for manufacturers, retailers, and end customers. They also showcased how they’re bringing it to life with live demos.



 September 26, 3:00 PM  San Francisco


Salesforce is delivering the future of Global Trade & Logistics, rooted in secure digital communities, where customers, suppliers, and carriers engage from quote through delivery, with automated transparency, trust, efficiency, and speed. Watch  Neurored demonstrate its 100% Native, Global Supply Chain & Transportation Management App highlighting use cases for shippers, freight forwarders, and wholesale traders. As an added bonus, Neurored highlights its Blockchain For Files add-on, also available in the Salesforce Appexchange, which ensures documents are authentic, unchanged, and free of fraud.


Joe Hudicka

Managing Director, Neurored

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Illustration classifying L&T players according to risk adoption on business models and differentiation on technology.

A Glimpse into the Future of the 3PL Industry.

Illustration classifying L&T players according to risk adoption on business models and differentiation on technology.

Illustration classifying L&T players according to risk adoption on business models and differentiation on technology.

In our last post, we opened the subject about the wrong-called “new disruptors” of the logistics and transportation industry.

In this post, we will try to make a classification of players to show our vision on how and why disruption is going to happen across the industry.

The combination of new business models with modern technologies will reformulate, bottom up, the once-and-again recurrent strategic topics; will displace traditional players and raise the expectations of customers to new standards. We have illustrated this with a 2×2 matrix that crosses the dimensions of business model and technology, to discretizes players, closer or farther, to the maximum value performance.


Players running Traditional Business Models using Standard Technologies. They keep a conservative position in terms of risk-taking and don’t run or even have a differentiation plan through digital transformation. Unless they may have already developed a strong competitive edge, they will face a dilution of yields due to the exposition to price competition. Trapped in this category we find most of the 3PLs today: immobile companies to the changes, challenges, and opportunities in the industry during the last years.


Players running Traditional Business Models using Modern Technologies. They keep a conservative position in terms of risk taking, but at least they have a differentiation strategy through digital transformation. Fell into this category we find most of the so wrongly termed “new disruptors”. As well, any Traditional 3PLs adopting modern technologies will end up here. However, in the case of 3PLs, technology will not make a real difference if they keep performing a traditional mix of core competencies.

In the case of Digital Brokers -Uber Freight and Flexport for example- they don’t even offer a traditional mix of core competencies. As result, this group invests in new technologies but they don’t know what to do with the emerging paradigms and how to make a profit with the new opportunities.


Players running New Business Models using Traditional Technologies. We consider them the first disruptors of the modern industry, a business-driven disruption: they emerged with new business models adopting a new mix of core competencies by using traditional technologies. Examples of Freight Marketplaces are DAT, TruckStop, and Freightos.


Players running New Business Models using New Technologies. They will do well soon as they understand the new paradigms of change, and thus, they are more ready than others to take advantage successfully of the new great opportunities. Blockchain 3PL Networks will be likely the protagonists of the new paradigm-driven disruption: new technology plus new business model to perform the maximum known value.

Whether you can see where your company is today or not in this matrix, in Neurored we are enthusiastic about the upcoming transformations in our industry. Contact Us for further discussion.