Jason Traff and the Shipwell Story

Joe Lynch and Jason Traff discuss Jason’s entrepreneurial journey and the Shipwell. Jason is the Co-founder of Shipwell, a cloud-based transportation management software company.

About Jason Traff

Jason Traff is the President and Co-founder of Shipwell, a cloud-based TMS solution based in Austin, TX that is transforming the supply chain industry by replacing opaque and manual processes through a tech-enabled, fully connected logistics ecosystem with more than 500,000 carrier partners. Prior to Shipwell, he co-founded and ran CopyCat Paintings, a global art reproduction company based in Shenzhen, China that employed over 1,000 artists and shipped to four continents, and Leaky, an insurance technology startup backed by Y-Combinator that provided over $300 million of insurance quotes. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

About Shipwell

Shipwell is transforming the supply chain industry with a cloud-based shipping solution that grows with your business. Their connected SaaS platform combines the features and functionality of a TMS with advanced visibility and an integrated partner network in a simple solution that uses data analytics and workflow automation to maximize efficiencies and reduce the total cost of ownership. Shipwell’s innovative architecture delivers actionable, data-driven insights so customers can focus on high priority tasks, identify and resolve transportation issues, and quickly access capacity. From order management to financial reconciliation, Shipwell’s platform saves time, reduces cost, and optimizes the shipping experience throughout the entire supply chain. Shipwell is proud to be recognized as a notable vendor in the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for TMS, as well as a Forbes 2020 Next Billion-Dollar Startup.

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