On the Move Systems Corp., a developer of online tools to designed to reduce costs and increase convenience in the tourism and transportation industry, today said it is seeking partnership with intermodal transport companies to which OMVS will offer the opportunity to provide the first services made available on its online transportation and freight portal, currently under development.
OMVS expects that it will soon sign its first partnering agreement with a freight carrier, representing the first step toward testing the new portal using the company's proprietary transportation assets. The broader aim is to revolutionize the way cargo transport services are bought and sold by developing a new online platform that utilizes the same business model used by companies such as Expedia and Travelocity and applies the model to travel and transportation options not offered by larger competitors.
"This is a novel approach to selling these services designed to offer competitive rates to buyers and to help carriers fill each plane, ship and container to capacity," OMVS CEO Robert Wilson stated in the press release. "We're thrilled to have received a tremendous response from the private charter and freight companies we've already spoken with, and we expect to fill out our network of service providers very quickly."
OMVS recently signed a development partnership agreement with ByterDyne, an architect of scalable, custom software solutions across the energy, transportation/logistics, and e-commerce industries. The two companies are collaborating to develop OMVS' ISTx platform, the core of an online portal designed to connect users with discounted transportation options, including charter jet service, luxury ground shuttles, and more.
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