Hi everyone, my name is James and I'm new here. This is my first post, so I figure there's no better subject than the one I spend day and night thinking about anyway...
SHAMELESS PLUG: You know that feeling you get when you receive a huge package in the mail and all it has in it is a tiny item like a pen or a bar of soap? Paccurate is an algorithm engine that helps shippers ensure that doesn't ever happen. Picture 3D Tetris, but weaponized to fight wasted shipping material in the supply chain and logistics space.
In some ways, we're just beginning our journey with Paccurate, but we've found some exciting trends among our users, including a 16-20% reduction of corrugated and plastic fill. Perhaps more encouraging than the material saved is the truck capacity impact. Imagine 20% fewer trucks on the road!
Feel free to grab an API key and play with it, if you are technical and so inclined. Would love to hear what you think. We've given free access to tinkerers in the past, so if you can think of an environmental application for Paccurate that you want to experiment on, let me know. Thanks!