G-Log

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Global Logistics, Inc. (G-Log)
Private
Industry Transportation management system & Supply chain management
Founded 1999
Headquarters Shelton, CT
Website www.g-log.com (archive)

Global Logistics Technologies, Inc., more commonly known as G-Log, was a privately held startup company based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania and Shelton, CT, United States. The company provided logistics software and services for manufacturers, third-party logistics service providers, and electronic marketplaces.[1]

History[edit]

The company was founded in May 1999 by industry experts, Mitch Weseley (currently of 3GTMS), JP Wiggins, James Mooney, Karl Baker and Marybeth Roberts. By 2002 the company was reporting that it had ten consecutive quarters of revenue growth.

G-Log was acquired by Oracle Corporation in November 2005. The product is now call Oracle Transportation Management or OTM.

Mitch Weseley is now CEO of a new TMS company called 3GTMS www.3GTMS.com

G-Log was acquired by Oracle Corporation in November 2005. The financial terms of the takeover were not disclosed.[3]

At that time, the CEO was David Cairns. Rick Jewell, Oracle senior vice president of applications development, said in a statement: "The acquisition of G-Log will allow Oracle to offer a comprehensive supply chain and logistics management solution through which companies can better manage their global supply chains."[citation needed] At the time of the takeover G-Log had a staff of about 175 and customers including GE, Exel Logistics, DuPont, Halliburton and Family Dollar Stores.[2] More than 50% of these customers used Oracle applications.[3]

Global Command and Control Center[edit]

Their leading product, GC3 (Global Command and Control Center), a transport management and freight optimization system began development in 1999.[2] Following acquisition of the company by Oracle, the GC3 product was renamed to OTM (Oracle Transportation Management).[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hoover's Online staff: "Global Logistics Technologies, Inc. Company Profile", [1] Yahoo Finance
  2. ^ "Upgrade from G-Log". Supply & Demand Chain Executive. 2002-07-16. Retrieved 2008-03-22. 
  3. ^ "Oracle Lifts Lid On Transportation Management". InformationWeek. 2006-02-07. Retrieved 2008-03-22. 

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