Crawford Trucking, LLC. attributes continued growth to Prophesy

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 Crawford Trucking, LLC. attributes continued growth to Prophesy
Long-time Prophesy customer adds trucks, cuts costs with Prophesy Dispatch

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – November 26, 2013 – Accellos, a leading provider of supply chain execution software solutions, today announced that it has issued an updated case study of long-time Prophesy Dispatch customer Crawford Trucking, LLC. This case study explains the continuing growth and success of the Des Moines based TL carrier, attributed to the use of Prophesy Dispatch and the transportation management solution suite.  

Crawford Trucking, LLC. purchased Prophesy Dispatch to manage processes that began to exceed the ability of in-house dispatchers. Crawford has doubled their number of Prophesy user licenses and added several additional modules and applications including Advanced Fleet Maintenance, Document Imaging, Truck Tracking, and the popular SQL upgrade.

The full case study is available online, at

“Crawford Trucking is a shining example of growth through proactive use of trucking technology,” said Prophesy Vice President & General Manager, Bill Ashburn.  “Gregg and the team at Crawford have stayed at the forefront of their competition for years by continually implementing new technologies to streamline efficiency and maximize their resources.  We at Prophesy are proud to be a part of that growth.”

About Prophesy Dispatch
Prophesy Dispatch is the central solution for managing every part of your growing trucking or brokerage operation.  Within the system, all critical information flows in real time throughout every part of any business, eliminating data entry. Integrations to QuickBooks Pro, Sage 50, Microsoft Dynamics GP, or MAS 90 / MAS 200 accounting software let all companies rest, assured that critical accounting information will flow automatically through Prophesy’s powerful and easy to use third-party accounting interface.