Our Story

The Story

In order to understand why CloudLogix is different, it is easiest to start with the story of how CloudLogix came to be.

The best place to start is about ten years ago, when some of us were working for a phone multi-point synchronization company. We built synchronization for a number of devices and carriers, and are still used today by phone carriers, mobile devices and others.

But a computer company came to us and wanted to buy source code to the synchronization engine for some new consumer platforms. Why? Most importantly, synch is a hard problem and we had a great solution. This company was looking at consumer devices and had the foresight to realize the demend that this would create for synchronization. When this company bought the sources, some of our team went to this company to launch their synchronization products. This led to a successful launch of many consumer synchronization products. Many of you use those devices today.

The team started another company that was acquired by a supply chain analytics company in a very short time. While delivering great products in this arena, we realized that there were significant opportunities for improvement in supply chain software. That company was not focusing in that area, which we say a tremendous gap in business solutions so CloudLogix was born.

Our core competency has been to implement something that we call the Active Supply Chain. The active supply chain is the marriage of advanced analytics, supply chain execution and our synchronization engine into a coherent, real time world wide supply chain. We have had impressive success with this. Our customers range from forwarders and Third Party Logistics Providers, to direct end customers, in a wide variety of industries, who have focused on our demand analytics and synchronization.

CloudLogix has grown to be a leading-edge provider of Business Intelligence/Analytics tools and Supply Chain Management applications delivered as Software-as-a-service. The tools work together to complete an informational loop in logistics processes; cycling validated logistics data to the intelligence/analytics tools and returning business decision data to the supply chain for execution by the suppliers and service providers.