What We Offer

Network Balance Maps

Real-time network balance information on a map of your customized geographies, delivered to your organization on any compatible web-enabled device, including desktops, laptops, tablets, iPads, iPhones, Surfaces, and more.

Solicitation Recommendation Maps

Make the right customer calls to book the freight you need. Solicit your customers based on your future destination balance needs, historical profitability values, and current volume vs. historical volume booking deficits.

Service Tracking Maps

Monitor and view details of your drivers and freight in-transit, with exception based notifications when your freight is in service jeopardy. Customize maps to display select customers, trucks, and loads by a wide variety of employee responsibilities.

Out of Route Maps

Avoid costly out of route miles by viewing tracking maps and monitoring drivers in-transit to delivery. Send exception based out of route notifications to driver managers while their drivers are still in-transit.

The XChange re-imagines how carriers view available market freight in their own network. This new feature of MapGraphiX allows carriers currently using our system for network balance visibility to “overlay” available carrier Logistics loads in their own network. This makes the carrier’s decision-making process easier, faster, and ultimately a cost saver in potential future deadhead and/or driver down-time at the destination.

Carriers using MapGraphiX can also use this feature to “overlay” their own Logistics freight on their own asset network. Many carriers with Logistics departments have a concern that visibility to their own Logistics loads is an issue, and they fear they are covering freight they already have, but need, with outside carriers. The XChange now allows the carrier to view their own Logistics loads, even on a different TMS, on to their existing balance maps to solve out-of-balance needs internally before looking outside for solutions.

Your Data,
Our Priority

Data Security

Data security is paramount to us and we take the privacy of your information as seriously as you do. Our certified data center gives you peace of mind that your data is secure. Our certifications include the following: ISO/IEC 27001:2005, SOC 1 and SOC 2 SSAE 16/ISAE 3402.

Don't Fix It

MapGraphiX uses your existing data, as it is. We understand that transportation data is not perfect, so our system doesn't require you to change your processes in order for it to be effective.

We're Flexible

Most likely, your current truck and load counting process utilizes the knowledge of your operations leaders to instinctively and manually filter good data from bad data, to determine your network balances. We have the flexibility to customize the system, as you instinctively know to filter the good from the bad, and automate your network balance counts in real time.

Location. Location. Location.

Visibility is crucial. Think of the markets you deliver to as your “store” locations, and the drivers delivering to those markets as your “inventory”. Your drivers’ log books are highly perishable inventory. It is more crucial now, than ever before, to know where your perishable inventory is, and where it will be, at every moment.

MapGraphiX helps your organization see when and where your drivers are available; and, when and where your loads need to pick up. Increase your visibility and generate better and faster load booking decisions.


Experience You Can
Count On.

Your balance counts are arguably the most important numbers to your daily operations. You can trust our decades of experience in major truckload operations and network balance calculations. We also understand and accommodate each carrier’s unique ways of counting trucks and loads.

MapGraphiX’s patented network balance method allows you to see when your freight should pick up in order to make on-time deliveries to your customers.

"Network capacity and balance is a critical element of a carrier’s daily and weekly operating environment… A well-balanced network allows the carrier to minimize empty miles, maximize utilization, and avoid capacity-related service issues."

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