Terra Logistics


Transport or freight forwarding companies often use additional systems, raising the question of whether this will be an obstacle to starting to use the Terra Logistics transportation management system. How to integrate systems to avoid duplication of information and have everything visible in real-time in one place?

The Terra Logistics transportation and dispatch management system is flexible from the customer’s perspective and allows for data exchange with other systems used in the company. This provides greater benefits because by integrating systems:

  • The same information only needs to be entered once.
  • Data can be transferred more quickly to other departments or employees working in different locations.
  • System functionality and capabilities are expanded.
  • Time is saved for other tasks.
  • Multiple employees are not required for the same task.


  • Accounting software (“Pragma” 3.2 and “Pragma” 4, “Rivilė,” “Skaita,” “Finvalda,” “Agnum,” “MS Dynamics AX,” “MS Dynamics NAV,” “BC+,” “Stekas,” “Optimum,” “Centas,” “Būtenta,” “Dineta,” “Debetas,” and others); 
  • Banking systems (all Lithuanian commercial banks), VMI, mokejimai.lt, currency rate synchronization with Lithuanian banks, “Paysera”; 
  • Transport navigation systems (“Altas,” “Teltonika,” “Loc Tracker,” “Ruptela,” “Ecofleet”); 
  • Transport control systems (“Simbiotecha,” “MCS”); 
  • Integration with GSM operators (“Telia,” “Bitė,” “Tele2”); 
  • Integration with reservation systems (“NorfolkLine,” “StenaLine,” “Sea France,” “PO Ferries,” “MyFerryLink,” “IrishFerries,” “booking.com”); 
  • Maps (“Google Maps”); Calendars (“Google Calendar”); 
  • Tachographs in vehicles; Route optimization and road toll calculation (“PTV Map&Guide”).