The LogisticsFramework® (TLF)


Streamline the Job-to-Invoice Process & Improve Your Bottom Line

Qv21 Technologies provides a sophisticated, multi-faceted, cloud-based transportation logistics system, The LogisticsFramework (TLF). The low-cost SaaS solution is used by trucking companies as well as oil and gas E&P companies, trading companies, waste hauling and other industries.

TLF is a robust, cloud-based, end-to-end logistics system for dispatch, tracking, e-ticketing, logging and reporting all in one system. The Qv21 industry-leading SaaS product suite provides dispatch tools, a customizable dashboard to schedule jobs, track orders, move jobs between drivers, even over multiple stops.

Companies using Qv21’s system expand their operations with cost savings from improved operating efficiencies, faster order-to-revenue receipts and AR turnaround. Our customers report that they see dramatic improvement in dispatcher efficiency, with 3 to 6 times as many drivers managed by a single dispatcher than with other transportation management systems.

TLF consists of these configurable modules designed to meet your operation's needs.


Read about the benefits and return on investment of a recent TLF implementation this case study >


The LogisticsNetwork (TLN)


Dispatch and e-ticket data captured from TLF is aggregated so that producers, purchasers, terminal operators, marketers, refiners, carriers and pipeline operators can view and access their shipments, deliveries, orders, inventory and contracts in real time. Automatic feeds from TLN can be configured and integrated for ERP, accounting, inventory and other internal systems. 

TLN is the result of a broader Qv21 strategic product vision  that  enables the flow  of actionable information easily and seamlessly across the supply chain functional spectrum, (i.e., from contracts to pricing to order management to shipping and delivery, to AR and AP, to inventory reconciliation). TLN also collects, connects and integrates data at every step with data from/to multiple systems, irrespective of whether these systems are Qv21-based or not. 

Learn more about the functionality and benefits of TLN >