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Swamp Fitness Offers a Convenient Way to Get Health Results by Providing In-Home Exercise & Nutrition Coaching

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Our best form of marketing is doing everything we can to provide convenience, and ultimately empower our clients to get health and fitness results!

The founder of Swamp Fitness, Jarred Mussen, has been helping Alachua County residents get results by re-igniting their healthy habits for more than seven years. Many people want to improve their health and fitness results or get started on their health journey but are lacking the motivation, guidance, and accountability. This leaves many people putting off an exercise routine or healthy nutrition plan. Many Gainesville residents are challenged with finding time to consistently drive to the gym, let alone create an exercise and nutrition plan that is effective within their busy lifestyle.

Faced with greater time constraints from work, childcare, etc., Americans often skip out on exercise and turn to more convenient food options with lower nutritional values. Although not exercising and opting for unhealthy convenience foods both save time, they tend to leave people with less energy and a poor mood. The consequences of not establishing consistent exercise and healthy nutrition habits has many health risks and can have a major negative impact on our mental health which takes away from the important areas of our lives that are taking up our time.

In order to protect health and quality of life, many feel the need for a proactive solution to empower individuals to get effective health results such as working with a personal trainer Gainesville FL. Health experts recommend that adults should be getting at least 150 minutes of exercise per week. This task can be monumental to people who are struggling with losing weight, improving mood and energy, as well as preventing health conditions such as high blood pressure, depression, diabetes, and obesity. Many middle-aged individuals have an awakening after learning about the reality of their current health state from their doctor, causing them to take action with prioritizing their health in effort to make the most of life.

Hiring a personal trainer in Gainesville, FL that will travel to the clients’ home within the schedule that works best for the client’s lifestyle is very effective at not just getting the client their desired fitness results, but also establishing the sustainable routine habits that will help the client stay committed even after they finish their personal training program. The accountability of a fitness professional showing up to the client’s home ensures that they stay consistent with their exercise and nutrition program.

The company, Swamp Fitness has a team of Registered Dietitian Nutritionists and Certified Personal Trainers in Gainesville, FL who truly care about you and your health and have expertise with providing individually customized exercise prescription and nutritional coaching. Swamp Fitness matches you with the personal trainer and registered dietitian nutritionist that is the best fit for you based on your goals, personality, and preferred training style. Rather than having to carve out time to drive to the gym and come up with a plan, this company has been able to offer Gainesville personal training at your preferred location (such as your home) and within the availability that works best within your life. They understand the importance of your health and truly want you to live life to the fullest.

Swamp Fitness has these four core values at the essence of how they operate: Authenticity. Compassion. Responsibility. Progress. Their Gainesville personal training services are for people who need it most, those who you don’t see in the gym and are having major challenges with living a healthy lifestyle and getting the health and fitness results they want. Their message that they are trying to get out is that they are committed to helping Gainesville residents get health results in the comfort and convenience of their own home and within their availability. Contact Jarred Mussen for further information at or call to speak directly with Jarred at 352-562-0444. You can also visit

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Corstrata Announces Rafael Mazuz as New Senior Advisor

Corstrata, Inc., a leading, tech-enabled, virtual wound management company, has announced the appointment of Rafael Mazuz as a Senior Advisor to the company. Mazuz is the Managing Director of Diligence Wound Care Global, the world’s leading wound care and regenerative medicine advisory firm, empowering executives, investors, and specialists to be confident in their wound care business decisions.

As a former corporate wound center executive, Mazuz brings deep industry knowledge combined with powerful wound care intelligence and a global network of experts. He advises the majority of top global wound care product brands and investors, serves on the boards of innovative wound-related startups, speaks at key industry events such as The European Wound Management Association (EWMA) conference and The Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) and serves on the editorial advisory board of Today’s Wound Clinic.

“The overwhelming majority of advanced wound care innovation and investment focus in recent decades has been on the physical products used in treatment,” said Mazuz. “However, the opportunity to empower clinicians to better treat and manage patients with complex wounds is likely far greater, despite the relative lack of focus historically.”

“Having actively followed and been in contact with Corstrata since its inception, I’m thrilled to be collaborating with them to further activate and share their expertise with the massive cohort of clinicians who are otherwise faced with difficult-to-heal wounds without the benefit of years of specialized training, experience, and advanced technologies.”

“We are honored for Mr. Mazuz to join Corstrata as a Senior Advisor,” said Katherine Piette, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Corstrata. “We believe his vast knowledge of the national and international wound industry, coupled with his expertise in healthcare strategy, business development, and venture capital will be invaluable during Corstrata’s next phase of growth.”

Corstrata is tackling the big challenge of chronic wound care. This “silent epidemic” affects more than 6.5M people in the U.S. at a staggering cost of $39B annually. These numbers are on the rise due to the increased incidence of obesity, diabetes, vascular disease, and other contributing diseases. This problem is compounded by the scarcity and lack of access to wound experts, especially in the post-acute provider space where only 10% of certified wound care nurses practice. This results in a tremendous rate of misdiagnosis, ineffective treatments, poor clinical outcomes, and wasted resources, all producing critical data amassed by Corstrata in its analytics platform to inform its treatment algorithms for driving optimal care. Corstrata’s service-enabled technology platform provides access to wound experts to improve clinical outcomes at a lower cost per wound patient.

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S.K. CO’s newly released “Premarital Manual” is a masterful handbook that explains the real essence of marriage.

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“Premarital Manual”: a contemporary tome that provides steps to be followed by the married couple to achieve a happy married life. “Premarital Manual” is the creation of published author S.K. CO, a writer who has a vast love and strong faith in God.

S.K. CO writes, “Marriage was designed by God. It was meant to be something good, exciting, and joyful. It was designed to be so fulfilling that only death would be able to separate the union.

“The automobile, computer, architectonical, aviation industries, etc., all put together an owner’s manual. The intent is to give the consumer an idea of what they are getting in the way of performance, quality, safety, stability, durability, and the expected longevity of their design. Marriage, like everything else, needs a simple and clear set of instructions.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, S.K. CO’s new book shares a realization to the readers that married life have also a process in attaining a stronger relationship.

With this purpose, the author aims to give the readers an input about the real meaning of marriage and how to strengthen the relationship between the couples.

View a synopsis of “Premarital Manual” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Premarital Manual” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Premarital Manual,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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Does Car Insurance Reimburse Drivers For Damage Caused By Natural Hazards?

News Image has launched a new blog post that explains how various natural hazards can damage a vehicle and what car insurance policies will reimburse the owner.

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Natural disasters can do a lot of damage to vehicles. In many cases, the damage done to a vehicle is so severe that it is declared a total loss. Drivers will need to purchase comprehensive insurance if they want to be reimbursed for the costs to repair or replace a vehicle damaged by various natural hazards:

  • Tornadoes. Drivers who live in states affected by tornadoes, know very well how devastating they are. A tornado can damage a vehicle in several ways. Vehicles can be picked up in the air and tossed hundreds of yards away, or they can be bombarded by the falling debris.
  • Hurricanes. Flooding the interior of a vehicle and destroying its internal components is just one of the ways hurricanes can damage a vehicle.
  • Hailstorms. Hail can do significant damage to a policyholder’s vehicle. If the car owner doesn’t protect his car by storing it in a garage, then these little ice lumps can damage the car’s windshield, windows or event dent its roof.
  • Earthquakes. In case of a major earthquake, vehicles can suffer damage in multiple ways. Either if a tree falls over, or a sinkhole swallows it, the only insurance that covers the vehicle from losses caused by this unfortunate events is the comprehensive insurance.
  • Lighting storms. Although rare, lighting can hit a policyholder’s vehicle. The damaged done to a vehicle hit by lighting can range from simple burn marks to electrical damage that can lead to a fire.

For additional info, money-saving tips and free car insurance quotes, visit is an online provider of life, home, health, and auto insurance quotes. This website is unique because it does not simply stick to one kind of insurance provider, but brings the clients the best deals from many different online insurance carriers. In this way, clients have access to offers from multiple carriers all in one place: this website. On this site, customers have access to quotes for insurance plans from various agencies, such as local or nationwide agencies, brand names insurance companies, etc.

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Trella Health Appoints New Strategy and Technology Leaders

Trella Health, the leading source for current and complete outcomes data and performance analytics, announces two key additions to the Trella team: Matthew Tabor as the Vice President of Strategy and Business Development and Pierre Menard as the Chief Technology Officer.

“Pierre and Matthew are fantastic additions to our already outstanding management team, further positioning us for industry leading growth and innovation,” said Ian Juliano, CEO of Trella Health. “Matt’s deep background across the plan and system space will bring new insights as we expand into additional markets, and Pierre’s experience in leading technology teams will enable us to innovate at an even faster pace. These new leaders are the perfect addition to our executive team to help lead Trella Health’s accelerated growth.”

Matthew is an accomplished healthcare strategist. He brings nearly two decades of experience in healthcare, with a focus on defining and executing business strategy, driving performance improvement, and leading transformation initiatives. Matthew is responsible for developing Trella Health’s strategic growth in current and future verticals and partnering with the executive team to prioritize and lead growth initiatives.

Pierre’s 20 years of experience brings breadth and depth in technology leadership, including planning and execution, product innovation and operations. His background and expertise in digital transformation, big data, and technology management span numerous verticals, including payers, population health and pharmaceuticals. Pierre will lead the technology organization, craft the development and operations strategy, and create a vision for our technical architecture.

About Trella Health

Trella Health provides acute, ambulatory, and post-acute organizations with the most complete picture of care activity in their service areas. As one of only a few companies in the country deemed ‘Innovators’ under the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Service’s Virtual Research Data Center Program, Trella has access to 100% of Medicare Part A and Part B claims data. Trella analyzes 1.25 billion claims annually and presents relevant insights to nearly 10,000 users so they can build higher-performing care networks, serve more patients, and reduce the cost of care. Trella is proud to be a Modern Healthcare top 25 Best Places to Work company for the second year in a row.

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Upcoming Intalere Webinar Takes A Deeper Dive into the Benefits of Automation for Revenue Cycle

Intalere, the healthcare industry leader in delivering solutions designed for improved financial, operational and clinical health for our partners, today announced the second in a continuing series of webinars exploring robotic process automation (RPA). This installment offers an overview on how automation can deliver direct profitability and decrease revenue recognition cycles for healthcare organizations.

The Robotic Process Automation for Revenue Cycle webinar examines how RPA can help improve efficiency and increase revenue by automating rules-based activities within revenue cycle process, where software “robots” can perform routine business processes and make simple decisions by mimicking the way humans interact with applications.

The session will explain how RPA has reduced claim denial processing from weeks to hours and explore other examples of RPA projects in insurance eligibility verification and patient scheduling.

Robotic Process Automation for Revenue Cycle Webinar

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

12:30 – 1 p.m. ET


The webinar is presented by John Carmelite, head of Enterprise Applications within Intalere’s Information Technology team. Carmelite leads Intalere’s application development, development operations and Intelligent Automation teams. His team is responsible for developing and supporting the core applications that run and automate Intalere’s business.

The third webinar in the series, scheduled for Thursday, December 5, 2019, at 12:30 – 1p.m. ET will focus on direct applications in supply chain. Register now for the RPA for Supply Chain webinar.

Intalere’s first webinar in the RPA series, Introducing Automation in Healthcare, can also be accessed on demand.

About Intalere

Intalere’s mission focuses on elevating the health of healthcare by designing solutions to improve our members’ financial, operational and clinical performance. We empower our customers and deliver measurable results through our highly personalized approach of creating strategies and programs focused on their goals. From managing their entire spend to strategic consulting around diagnosing particular areas of concern, our unique provider-owned model allows us to leverage nationally recognized best practices in supply chain and patient outcomes to drive efficiencies for our members. To learn more, visit

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Four Ivey, Barnum & O’Mara Lawyers Named to 2019 Super Lawyers and 2019 Super Lawyers Rising Stars Lists

Attorneys Stephen G. Walko, Andrea C. Sisca, Stephen M. Napier and Taylor Equi Greenwich CT.

Attorneys Stephen G. Walko, Andrea C. Sisca, Stephen M. Napier and Taylor Equi

Greenwich, CT law firm Ivey, Barnum & O’Mara, LLC announced that four of its attorneys have been named among the top attorneys in the state for 2019 by Super Lawyers. Stephen G. Walko, Andrea C. Sisca and Stephen M. Napier, all Partners at the firm were selected to Super Lawyers, for consecutive years. Taylor Equi was selected to the Super Lawyers Rising Stars list, for the third year running.

Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The annual selections are made using a patented multiphase process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, an independent research evaluation of candidates and peer reviews by practice area. Selections are made on an annual, state by state basis.

About Stephen G. Walko – Recognized as CT Super Lawyer, 2015-2019

Stephen Walko focuses his practice in the areas of civil and commercial litigation, real estate and employment law. Mr. Walko, a third-generation resident of Greenwich, takes a hands-on approach regarding all aspects of litigation from pleadings, discovery and motions, through both trial and appeals. He handles matters including real estate title claims, construction disputes, securities fraud, business disputes, zoning appeals and Will contests. Mr. Walko also serves as local counsel for national law firms.

In 2008, Governor Rell appointed Mr. Walko to serve as a Public Member of the State Board of Mediation and Arbitration. In 2011, Mr. Walko was appointed by the Connecticut Neutral Arbitrators’ Selection Committee to serve on the Panel of Neutral Arbitrators until his resignation. From 2008 – 2011, he served as Chairman of the Greenwich, CT Board of Estimate and Taxation. He has also served as Chairman of the Budget Overview Committee of the Representative Town Meeting and as Chairman of the Republican Town Committee. From 2011 – 2013, Mr. Walko served as a State Representative in the Connecticut General Assembly, representing the 150th District, Greenwich’s shoreline. He is currently the Chairman of the New Lebanon School Building Committee, overseeing a $37 million dollar new school construction project.

About Andrea C. Sisca – Recognized as CT Super Lawyers Rising Star, 2016-2019

Andrea Sisca focuses her practice on civil and commercial litigation, including real estate, contracts, construction and other similar types of disputes. She also handles other types of litigation matters including securities fraud, business disputes, zoning appeals and Will contests. Ms. Sisca handles all aspects of litigation from pleadings, discovery (including large e-Discovery productions) and motions through mediation, arbitration or trial, and appeals. Ms. Sisca brings to the Litigation team her experience in defense work, her skill at analysis and strategizing, and her meticulous attention to factual details crucial to successful management and favorable resolution of cases. In addition to her litigation practice, Ms. Sisca advises Boards and Homeowners’ Associations, as well as corporate clients on business-related matters.

Ms. Sisca is actively involved in community and charitable organizations. She sits on the Boards of Meals on Wheels of Greenwich, and the YWCA Greenwich. She is also a member of the Junior League of Greenwich.

About Stephen M. Napier – Recognized as CT Super Lawyers Rising Star, 2017-2019

Stephen Napier practices in the areas of estate & tax planning, trust & estate administration and business succession planning. Mr. Napier regularly advises individuals, families and business owners on developing tax efficient and practical wealth management strategies, including the preparation of wills, revocable living trusts, insurance trusts and business succession plans. He also helps guide fiduciaries and beneficiaries through the trust and estate settlement and administration process. Mr. Napier was a recipient of the 2016 Fairfield County “40 under 40” award given by the Fairfield County Business Journal for his business leadership, professional success and commitment to the community. He was also named by the Connecticut Law Tribune as a “New Leader in the Law” for 2018.

About Taylor Equi – Recognized as CT Super Lawyers Rising Star, 2017-2019

Taylor Equi practices in the areas of commercial and civil litigation, personal injury and wrongful death, employment law, and trusts and estates litigation. She handles all aspects of litigation, from drafting pleadings and motions, discovery, and through trial and appeals. Taylor has experience litigating cases at the Administrative Hearing, Superior Court, Appellate Court; District Court, and the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals level. Prior to joining Ivey, Barnum & O’Mara, Taylor worked for a civil defense litigation firm in Stamford, CT, focusing her practice on professional malpractice claims, dram shop and liquor law claims as well as catastrophic personal injury claims.

About Ivey, Barnum & O’Mara, LLC

Ivey, Barnum & O’Mara, LLC is a general practice law firm which was established in Greenwich, CT in 1950. It is the largest Greenwich-based law firm, with additional offices in New Canaan, CT and New York City. The firm has more than thirty attorneys who handle a wide range of legal matters in areas including Litigation, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Trusts & Estate Planning, Residential and Commercial Real Estate, Corporate, Employment Law, Franchise Finance and Franchise Acquisition.

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LGC Maine Standards announces VALIDATE® UC1 & UC4 kits for easier linearity and calibration verification on SIEMENS ATELLICA® analyzers

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LGC Maine Standards releases VALIDATE® UC1 & UC4 linearity and calibration verification kits, for SIEMENS ATELLICA® analyzers, Order Numbers 701sa & 704sa. The kits, in a human-urine matrix, evaluate CA, CL, CREA, ETOH, GLU, K, MG, NA, PHOS, UA, UTP, and UUN.

Each VALIDATE® kit, liquid, ready-to-use, and prepared using the CLSI EP06-A “equal delta” sample preparation, offers five distinct concentrations covering the reportable range. Simply dispense the solution from each dropper bottle, directly into five sample cups, and run in replicates.

Release of VALIDATE® UC1 & UC4 for SIEMENS ATELLICA® users, allows clinical laboratories to complete their required Urine Chemistry linearity and calibration verification, and maximize the reportable range while minimizing manual dilutions. Use of this product, while augmenting daily QC, assists with fulfilling various quality control requirements – such as Reportable Range and Analytical Measurement Range (AMR) – for linearity and calibration verification under CLIA ‘88, CAP, COLA, CBAHI, JCAHO, JCI and ISO 15189.

The addition of VALIDATE® UC1 and UC4, for SIEMENS ATELLICA® analyzers, to the LGC Maine Standards expanding portfolio of products demonstrates a continued commitment to manufacture high-quality linearity and calibration verification products that meet industry needs.

LGC Maine Standards is located in Cumberland Foreside, Maine and manufactures VALIDATE® linearity and calibration verification kits for 140 analytes, including General Chemistries, Urine Chemistries, Body Fluid Chemistries, Enzymes, Lipids, HbA1c, Therapeutic Drugs, Cardiac Markers, Thyroids, Serum Proteins, Vitamin D, Tumor Markers, Anemia, Fertility, Hemostasis and Whole Blood Glucose.

LGC Maine Standards MSDRx® data reduction software is available at no charge for real-time data analysis or a laboratory can send their data to LGC Maine Standards where a technical specialist will complete the data analysis and return a report within five business days. Peer group comparison is also available upon request.

Contact: Maine Standards Company, LLC

221 US Route 1, Cumberland Foreside, ME 04110

1-207-892-1300 x1473

About LGC

LGC is an international life sciences measurement and testing company with leading positions in growing markets. LGC provides a range of measurement products and services which underpin the safety, health and security of the public, including reference materials and proficiency testing, calibration verification / linearity testing, genomics reagents and instrumentation, and expert sample analysis and interpretation. LGC serves customers across a number of end markets including Pharmaceuticals, Agricultural Biotechnology, Food, Environment, Government and Academia.

LGC’s headquarters are in London and the company employs over 2,000 people, operating out of 22 countries worldwide. Its operations are extensively accredited to international quality standards such as ISO/IEC 17025, GMP, GLP, ISO Guide 34, ISO/IEC 17043 and ISO 13485:2016.

With a history dating back to 1842, LGC has been home to the UK Government Chemist for more than 100 years and is the UK National Measurement Laboratory and Designated Institute for chemical and bio measurement. LGC was privatized in 1996 and is now owned by funds affiliated with KKR. For more information, please visit

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Give a Gift with Lasting Impact this Holiday Season with Episcopal Relief & Development’s Gifts For Life Catalog

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“Gifts for Life is a tangible way to bring the work of Episcopal Relief & Development to life,” said Betsy Deisroth, Vice President of Advancement for Episcopal Relief & Development.

During the holiday season, Episcopal Relief & Development encourages friends and supporters to give a gift that will transform a life with Gifts For Life, an alternative giving catalog that offers tangible and meaningful ways to create lasting change in communities around the world.

“Gifts for Life is a tangible way to bring the work of Episcopal Relief & Development to life,” said Betsy Deisroth, Vice President of Advancement for Episcopal Relief & Development. “We know that many churches and individuals look forward to participating each year and we hope you will join them, and us, this holiday season.”

The Gifts for Life program enables individuals and groups to empower transformation in communities worldwide through the purchase of gifts to support those communities. The catalog features a wide range of gift options from $15 to help parents nurture and nourish a child to $1,284 to provide a complete care package to empower a community.

The catalog also includes a new offering to help give children with special needs the opportunity to participate meaningfully in the life of the community. Hearing aids, glasses and other assistive devices are life-changing to children with physical challenges. Additionally, disaster relief kits, drought-resistant seeds, vocational training and bicycles are just a few of the other gift options.

This year, the Gifts For Life catalog is organized to align with the organization’s three key program priorities: helping communities promote the rights of Women; supporting and protecting Children so they reach appropriate health and developmental milestones; and working with families and communities to adapt to the effects of a rapidly changing Climate.

“Organizing the gifts by priority program areas allows supporters to see just how each gift contributes to Episcopal Relief & Development’s work to benefit Women, Children and Climate,” said Esther Cohen, Chief Operating Officer for Episcopal Relief & Development. ”With each order you can be a part of making lasting change for an individual or family, both now and for years to come.”

Gifts for Life purchases are fully tax-deductible, and an excellent way to support the organization’s life-giving work and share that impact with family and friends. These items can be ordered online at, and donors can choose to send a customizable e-card or a beautiful printed card to tell the recipient about the life-changing gift made in their honor. Orders can also be made over the phone by calling 1.855.312.4325 or via mail through the instructions on the catalog or brochure.

Additionally, supporters can download digital resources such as prayers, bulletin inserts, and an Advent calendar poster from the online Advent Toolkit to help dioceses, congregations or groups plan, construct and host an Advent campaign to support Gifts for Life.

About Episcopal Relief & Development:

For over 75 years, Episcopal Relief & Development has been working together with supporters and partners for lasting change around the world. Each year the organization facilitates healthier, more fulfilling lives for more than 3 million people struggling with hunger, poverty, disaster and disease. Inspired by Jesus’ words in Matthew 25, Episcopal Relief & Development leverages the expertise and resources of Anglican and other partners to deliver measurable and sustainable change in three signature program areas: Women, Children and Climate.

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Dot Foods Selects Logistyx Technologies to Optimize Parcel Shipping

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Logistyx and its unified integration with JDA offers the ideal solution for optimizing our parcel shipping and other direct-to-consumer fulfillment services to effectively meet the demands of rapid e-commerce growth.

Logistyx Technologies (, the leader in transportation management for parcel shipping, today announced Dot Foods, the largest food industry redistributor in North America, has selected Logistyx’s SaaS-based solutions to grow and expand its current parcel shipping capabilities to provide higher levels of service for its customers including food industry manufacturers and distributors.

To better accommodate customer needs and accelerate parcel fulfillment and shipping operations as it ramps up its e-commerce capabilities, Dot Foods chose Logistyx TME to seamlessly integrate with its JDA warehouse management system (WMS). Adopting this joint solution provides Dot Foods with advanced shipping capabilities that support all major parcel shipping operations, including label execution, automated carrier selection, rate shopping and carrier compliance. The joint product offering connects Dot Foods with more than 8,500 global parcel carrier services, including low-cost regional and local operators.

“Dot Foods is committed to providing our customers with the best possible service,” said Troy Schenk, Product Manager – Warehouse at Dot Foods. “Logistyx and its unified integration with JDA offers the ideal solution for optimizing our parcel shipping and other direct-to-consumer fulfillment services to effectively meet the demands of rapid e-commerce growth. The joint solutions will provide greater functionality to increase productivity and ship to our customers more efficiently.”

Logistyx TME is a multi-carrier shipping solution that can be embedded within JDA WMS to support all transportation management functions directly within JDA. Logistyx streamlines execution with a unified, 100% carrier-compatible parcel shipping solution that operates across the enterprise. From address validation, planning, rating and routing, execution and tracking, the software provides the most advanced capabilities available to JDA WMS users.

“As parcel growth and the demand for Amazon-like capabilities continue to rise, more companies recognize the need for automated and scalable multi-carrier shipping solutions,” said Logistyx President Ken Fleming. “Implementing Logistyx with JDA WMS streamlines the parcel fulfillment process for companies like Dot Foods and optimizes workflow to accelerate delivery times and reduce spend to help successfully navigate these new market dynamics.”

About Logistyx Technologies:

Logistyx Technologies is the leader in Transportation Management for parcel shipping, providing an unmatched global multi-carrier network, predictive analytics and full visibility into customer deliveries. Its software boosts parcel shipping efficiencies and other business KPIs for many of the world’s top brands, manufacturers, retailers and logistics providers.

Earlier this year, Logistyx launched its flagship software, TME, the world’s first single engine specifically designed for parcel shipping. With more than 8,500 carrier service integrations globally, TME provides carrier compliance, predictive analytics and tracking on shipping from start to finish.

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, Logistyx Technologies also has U.S. offices in New York, Philadelphia, San Diego and St. Louis, and international offices in Canada, the Netherlands, the UK and Singapore. For more information, visit

About Dot Foods:

Dot Foods Inc. carries 131,000 products from 1,040 food industry manufacturers, making it the largest food industry redistributor in North America. Through Dot Transportation Inc., an affiliate of Dot Foods, the company distributes foodservice, convenience, retail and vending products to distributors in all 50 states and 39 countries. Dot Foods operates 11 U. S. distribution centers, which are located in Modesto, California; Vidalia, Georgia; Burley, Idaho; Mt. Sterling, Illinois; Cambridge City, Indiana; Williamsport, Maryland; Liverpool, New York; Ardmore, Oklahoma; Dyersburg, Tennessee; University Park, Illinois; and Bullhead City, Arizona. A 12th distribution center is under construction in Bear, Delaware. Dot Foods’ Canadian operations are in Toronto, Ontario and Calgary, Alberta. For information, visit

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