- executive decision-making and improved bottom-line results.
- Mobile Inventory Navigator – Allows schedulers using Commodity XL to assess where bulk commodity inventory resides in real-time so available capacity can be rapidly located anytime, anywhere.
- Mobile Voyage Estimator – Empowers Chartering and VessselOps™ customers to win more business by quickly providing accurate quotes from anywhere.
- Commodity XL™ Mobile System Console – Enables IT Technical Support to monitor, manage, and troubleshoot global deployments of Triple Point’s Commodity XL™ solution while at home, in transit, or walking the floor.
Triple Point has also launched Mobile Trade Capture, a mobile trading application.
These mobile solutions are designed to complement Triple Point’s Commodity XL multi-market commodity and risk management solution, and have been developed to ensure that users gain every possible advantage in a highly competitive and rapidly changing industry. By enabling executives, schedulers, traders, and IT staff to respond to customer and business needs from anywhere, Triple Point has added an extra dimension to solutions that enable energy companies to address the challenges and pressures of the current business climate.
The new reality for agribusiness is that industry participants must adopt the latest sophisticated technology-based tools. The complexity of managing unpredictable crop yields, changing demographics and demand patterns, and the interconnected, highly volatile wholesale markets are here to stay. Early adopters of desktop solutions gained competitive advantage. Now the field of competition is mobbing to the mobile space. It’s time to take them up or risk being permanently left behind.
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Lauren LaFronz is a Marketing Director at Triple Point Technology. She possesses over 15 years of experience developing, managing, and executing marketing programs for organizations primarily in the high technology sector. Previous to joining Triple Point, Ms. LaFronz served as Director of Marketing for backup and recovery software vendor CYA Technologies. Prior to CYA, she held senior marketing positions with companies including online education provider Cardean Learning Group, healthcare software company HSS, Inc. (now part of UnitedHealth Group), and information services provider i3 Mobile (acquired by ACE*COMM). Ms. LaFronz holds a BA in Advertising from The Pennsylvania State University.
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