Cheetah to Exhibit at the 2013 IANA Intermodal Expo

Nov 6, 2013

Westlake Village, CA (October, 2013) — Cheetah Software Systems, Inc., a cloud-based transportation logistics solutions provider, will be exhibiting at the Intermodal Association of North America’s 2013 Intermodal Expo on November 17 – 19, 2013 in Houston, TX. In addition to demonstrating the Cheetah Logistics Operations Optimization Platform (LOOP™), Cheetah will be providing an updated look at the next generation of applications and services aimed at further improving the supply chain performance of Cheetah customers.

“Cheetah believes that the supply chain is vital to the economy’s long-term improvement, and is excited to introduce a number of innovative applications and services as part of our industry-leading LOOP platform,” said Bobby Darroll, Cheetah President. “In addition, we look forward to interacting with members of the intermodal industry, renewing existing relationships and creating new ones.”

Stop by Booth #1429 to get a glimpse of the future of Cheetah’s logistics solutions. For more information about Cheetah Software Systems, contact Mark Coppock at mcoppock@cheetah.com, or visit www.cheetah.com.

About Cheetah Software Systems, Inc.:
Founded in 1987, Cheetah helps companies get the right products to the right place at the right time, with the best customer service and the lowest cost. Cheetah provides dynamic, real-time optimized routing that continuously adjusts to changing conditions; automated dispatch and customer service; and, access to real-time supply chain information across an organization. Companies use Cheetah solutions to quickly and easily increase productivity, efficiency, and customer service—increasing volume with fewer dispatchers and customer service reps, less miles, and fewer vehicles. Customers include Macy's, Ward Trucking, Cardinal Health, FedEx Office, JS Logistics, Central Freight, MXD Group and others across North America. For more information call 888-Cheetah or visit www.cheetah.com.

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