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On the Move Systems (OMVS) Continues to Advance “Uber-for-Trucking Platform”

October 29, 2015

On the Move Systems this morning updated shareholders on progress of the company’s preliminary design work on its revolutionary shared economy trucking app, and says it continues to aggressively seek partners and logistics firms to join its growing network.

“We’ve been working quite closely with our design firm and the progress so far has been amazing,” said OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “In addition, the logistics and shipping firms we’ve talked to understand and like our concept and have shown great interest in becoming a part of our system once we go online. A lot of work remains to be done, but we’ve accomplished a great deal in a very short amount of time.”

Amid ongoing preliminary design work, OMVS is encouraged by market information revealing that trucking companies are spending millions of dollars on technologies, such as the upcoming shared economy app, that streamline and increase operations efficiency. OMVS reports that in 2014 alone, logistics firms invested nearly $100 million in new technologies to improve their businesses.

OMVS says demand for trucking services, along with an ongoing driver shortage and “a looming related capacity crunch” demonstrate the need for a service such as the one OMVS is now developing, which could help companies “profitably navigate increasingly bumpier business roads.”

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On the Move Systems Corp. (OMVS) Continues its Development of a Shared Economy Courier Service

October 27, 2015

With the growth of same-day delivery services, it’s no wonder On the Move Systems Corporation wants in. Back in July, the corporation announced its plans to develop a shared economy, same-day courier service. Similar to Uber and Lyft, local drivers would deliver packages wherever customers, using a web portal, desire. OMVS has recently declared that it is using advanced technology in its developmental endeavors to create their high-quality delivery service.

The corporation has been looking into cutting-edge technology related to transportation management systems, radio equipment, handheld computers, GPS, and barcode readers. By using innovative technology, the courier service could potentially be both a cost-effective and faster option against larger couriers like FedEx and Ups.

Robert Wilson, CEO of On the Move Systems stated that “Most traditional courier companies lag far behind in terms of technology utilization,” and that “OMVS, on the other hand, plans to invest in the most up-to-date resources available – technology that will enable us to provide upfront pricing, down-to-the-minute delivery time estimates, and tracking of packages and documents in real time. There is a real technology gap which we intend to exploit. Customers will flock to our service once they learn of our decided advantages.”

Watchers of the industry say that shared economy businesses will continue to grow and flourish in the coming months since people are now more familiar with how they work. They’re a great option for those looking to make a living or those who need some additional income. Drivers through these businesses can work and choose jobs whenever they want while getting paid.

On the Move Systems looks forward to its development of a shared economy courier service that uses the best technology to provide same-day deliveries to customers. It hopes to transform the courier industry in a way that provides fast and low-cost results.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS): Shared Economy App Will Help Solve Key Trucking Industry Challenges

October 20, 2015

Amid surging demand and a booming economy, American trucking companies are facing a shortage of nearly 50,000 drivers, according to On the Move Systems (OMVS) – and it’s a conundrum the company says its shared economy platform can help overcome.

The American Trucking Associations (ATA) reports that the shortage is deepening, and is expected to jump to 174,000 needed drivers by 2025. Compounding the problem, trucking companies are reportedly having trouble finding, and keeping, qualified candidates. While 1.6 million men and women are currently employed as truck drivers, the driver turnover rate consistently tops an astounding 90 percent.

As a result, top qualified drivers are now commanding, and getting, premium compensation – with the median annual salary now 10 percent higher at $73,000.

With its shared economy trucking app, OMVS says it can help solve these growing industry challenges, which the company says have the potential to impact the broader economy.

“This shortage could not only crimp the industry, but the U.S. economy, too,” OMVS CEO Robert Wilson stated in a news release. “Shipments are being delayed or can’t be delivered, causing prices to go up. Our shared economy app, now under development, could solve this. Companies looking for drivers can seamlessly find those looking for work or local independent owner-operators wanting to contract with national logistics firms. While the driver shortage and subsequent capacity crunch pose real problems for truckers, they represent a great opportunity for our platform.”

OMVS continues development work on its upcoming trucking app. Based on the highly successful Uber model, the online, on-demand platform will enable truckers to take advantage of the increasingly popular shared economy.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) Highlights Prediction that Courier Services will be Fastest Growing Shared Economy Segment

October 13, 2015

VentureBeat believes five different types of on-demand services are set to shortly explode and the one expected to grow fastest is same-day, shared economy couriers – a business now under development by On the Move Systems (OMVS).

The website predicts shared economy courier services will experience this fast growth because retailers are feeling intense pressure from Amazon to offer fast delivery to online customers. By sticking to traditional delivery methods, these retailers risk not only losing customers to competitors but leave their entire businesses vulnerable.

“Companies like Amazon have not only changed retail, but the delivery industry as well,” stated OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “Now retailers and couriers must be flexible and nimble – able to change and adapt at a moments’ notice. Customers no longer want to wait. With our shared economy business model, we’ll be able to respond quickly to market demands, and do it at a competitive price. This article shows our plans are pointed in the right direction for ultimate success.”

Economists have previously speculated the shared economy represents a $450 million total market, but that figure may be obsolete as the market continues to grow with more and more varied on-demand services popping up. Some are predicting the shared economy’s total market value will double in coming months, particularly as the concept has been well embraced by the so-called Millennial generation, who are now entering the marketplace in force.

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On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS) Highlights Truckers’ Interest in Technology, Opportunity in Shared Economy Platform

October 8, 2015

Today, On the Move Systems issued a press release highlighting the “spending binge” our nation’s trucking and logistics industry is currently on. With no signs of slowing down, the company believes this binge could mean a favorable market debut for its upcoming “Uber-for-Trucking” platform that is now under development.

Multiple annual surveys indicate trucking firms believe technology is the best way for them to keep doing well, as the industry is currently enjoying record revenues. As a result, companies large and small are pouring money into new technologies designed to help them maximize profits, reduce costs, optimize pricing, plan routes, track shipments, schedule maintenance and find new drivers to meet surging demand.

In 2014 alone, trucking companies invested nearly $100 million in new technologies to improve their businesses.

“We’re not talking nickels and dimes; truckers are spending serious money in order to gain a competitive advantage and OMVS is going after its share of that,” stated CEO Robert Wilson. “We have a tool now under development that can meet the industry’s demand for a way to cut costs, maximize revenues and increase operational efficiency. With technology spending booming, we expect truckers will have a definite interest in our innovative solution.”

As trucking’s technology spending and investments continue to grow, analysts are predicting the industry will soon undergo a radical operational transformation, with shared economy platforms, like OMVS’s innovative app, becoming as much indispensible as mileage logs.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) Pursues Joint Venture with Online Freight Brokerage Developer

October 1, 2015

On the Move Systems today announced that it is discussing a potential joint venture project with an innovative freight-booking technology company. The company believes this initiative could revolutionize the way truckers and shippers do business.

OMVS has been focusing its efforts on introducing a new era with its game-changing “Uber-for-Trucking” shared economy platform that will allow haulers to connect via an online, on-demand app to improve operations, scheduling, routing and optimization. The potential joint venture partner is established on the brokerage side of the business, providing innovative online booking solutions that help shippers consistently obtain the best rates for their freight.

“Both parties bring solid, complementary synergies to the table that will enable each to become even stronger by banding together,” stated OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “While we’re still early in the process, we’ve already identified many areas of commonality where we can help one another and, more importantly, several opportunities for growth and expansion that we might not be able to realize working apart. The joint venture we are currently discussing has some exciting possibilities for not only the companies, but for investors as well. We’re excited to see what the future holds.”

A recent Frost & Sullivan report predicted trucking will soon see an Uber-style transformation, where online, on-demand apps like the ones used by the prospective joint venture parties will play a major role in logistics operations and revenue-generation.

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On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS) Nearly Ready to Change the Face of the Trucking Industry Forever with its Uber-like Shared Economy Platform

September 29, 2015

Innovation in the world of trucking isn’t something you hear about every day, but it should be, given that if the American economy were a human body, trucking would be its veritable lifeblood. American Trucking Associations (ATA) data shows that roughly 68.8 percent of all domestic freight tonnage is handled by over-the-road trucking, and that overall industry revenues were up in 2014 by 2.6 percent, breaking the $700 billion mark for the first time in history. Moreover, 1.6 million Americans are employed by the industry, earning around $43,000 a year on average, and they moved just under 10 billion tons of freight last year. The ATA’s For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index was up 1.8 percent YOY in June, near the January 2015 all-time high of 135.8, at a seasonally-adjusted 132.1, despite factory output having been relatively soft, and an inventory reduction throughout the supply chain that was hampering throughout until summer kicked in.

Transportation and supply chain management is the core of this massive, logistical engine of over-the-road trucking. In this arena, real-time supply chain situational awareness is key, requiring both visibility and flexibility of what is being shipped and how it is being shipped, in order to optimally execute on any given transportation objective. That is why technological innovation in this area of the trucking industry (and broader intermodal freight transportation industry) is of such importance to investors who are looking to get in on the ground floor, with companies that represent disruptive potential. Companies like full-service transportation logistics outfit, On the Move Systems, Inc., which is developing a proprietary ISTx Platform for creating solutions that increase cost-effectiveness, convenience and ultimately real-time supply chain transparency, in order to ultimately bring forth a sharing economy-based revolution in the trucking industry as we’ve known it. The ISTx Platform will not only allow for real-time situational awareness of the supply chain, but enable rapid computation of minimal-cost routing, and provide a powerful delivery assurance framework.

Using information technology to revolutionize an industry like trucking – which is still hamstringed by legacy systems and antiquated methodologies, and thereby significantly optimize overall logistical efficiency and operational cost-effectiveness through a more complete utilization of resources, as well as the sharing/reuse of excess capacity – constitutes a new and more complete vision for the future of the industry. This is the central, driving vision at OMVS, which is creating a shared economy business model powered by its ISTx software platform, which is essentially Uber for the trucking world. Uber’s meteoric rise has been due to its focus on a shared economy business model, powered by the Uber mobile app, which lets end-users submit cab trip requests themselves, before those requests are intelligently and automatically routed in real-time to Uber drivers using their own vehicles.

Applying this same logic to the world of trucking is a concept that is overdue for emergence and the enthusiasm of the reception by markets has been as wild as a revolutionary tech startup for OMVS. From strategically-based regional trucking fleets tailored to meet specific demands in key markets and an open scheduling/pricing platform, to specialty brokerage services dovetailed into the national and North American carrier network, OMVS emphasizes on attentive customer service and a personnel pool packed with knowledgeable, helpful people.

The task of creating an “Uber-for-Trucking” shared economy platform for the industry is in good hands, as OMVS empirically possesses both the technical capabilities (demonstrated by the creation of its ISTx Platform), and real-world industry experience needed in order to tie together all the perfect features that a truly captivating solution requires. Having tapped a top Houston-area software design firm known for its success making similar shared economy platforms back in mid-July, and having plowed months of research and engineering into optimizing the customer interface, OMVS is now floating JV potential, testing the waters for freight brokerage and paralleled industry operators to partner up with, as the debut of this revolutionary new online platform looms large on the horizon.

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On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS) Announces Search for Joint Venture Partners ahead of App Launch

September 28, 2015

Today, On the Move Systems issued a press release announcing that it is looking to add depth and value to the company’s launch of its upcoming “Uber-for-Trucking” online platform by possibly adding partners.

“We’re actively searching for innovative, dynamic partners who can bring the proper synergy and a complementary range of services to the table,” stated OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “We’ve developed an aggressive plan to build revenues with our shared economy trucking platform. This plan has progressed steadily and is nearing fruition. By adding a partner that can deliver additional value to our users, such as brokerage offerings, we can become even stronger and take greater advantage of opportunities for continued growth and expansion.”

On the Move Systems anticipates introducing a new era with this game-changing, on-demand shared economy platform by allowing truckers to connect via an online app to improve operations, scheduling, routing and optimization.

A recent Frost & Sullivan report predicted trucking will soon see an Uber-style transformation, where online, on-demand apps like the one being developed by OMVS will play a major role in logistics operations and revenue-generation. Freight transportation services generate $1 trillion in revenues each year in the U.S., with trucking making up a $600 billion slice of that pie.

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On The Move Systems Corp. (OMVS) – Exploring New Horizons

September 24, 2015

Florida-based On The Move Systems has a unique knack for entering new markets. Backed by a consistent long-term industry vision, the company is focused on establishing a scalable business that leverages private aviation routes to facilitate private air charter, freight shipment, as well as medical and exotic / animal transport services.

For five years, On the Move Systems has offered a portfolio of transportation, logistics and business services to global clients and a transportation management market that is expected to grow to approximately $15 billion over the next half decade. The company has continuously pursued one goal: to make it easier and more affordable for consumers to locate and buy transportation and logistics booking services from private air travel to luxury ground transport.

On The Move Systems is now turning its attention to ways it can help retailers. Typically, large retailers, like Wal-Mart and Amazon, invest millions in technology in order to ensure their customers’ order are quickly packaged and shipped only to see their efforts spoiled by poor delivery service during the shipment’s “last mile.” This is a situation that customers rarely take kindly to and that often results in their vowing to take their business somewhere else. On The Move Systems intends to assist retailers with this problem using its proposed shared economy courier service which promises fast, on-demand, professional, courteous delivery service.

The company also means to approach smaller retailers about its proposed shared economy courier service. Compared to Amazon and Wal-Mart, smaller retailers have limited capital resources to invest in ensuring their customers receive last-mile satisfaction. As a result, there is a promising business opportunity here for On The Move Systems. The company aims to help smaller retailers match Wal-Mart’s and Amazon’s speed, efficiency and service and put them on better competitive footing with the retail giants, especially as the holidays approach and shippers face delayed delivery times.

Market estimates have measured the annual value of large last-mile shipments at approximately $8 billion and the value of smaller shipments at a much higher number. Retail industry analysts have also forecasted that companies that can influence last-mile solutions will be able to achieve smart growth and reap profits.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) to Capitalize on Coming Capacity Shortage with Shared Economy Trucking App

September 17, 2015

On the Move Systems today highlighted the opportunity and rising need for its upcoming “Uber-for-Trucking” shared economy platform as an ongoing lack of drivers could result in future capacity shortages for our nation’s logistics industry.

Currently, there are approximately 1.6 million people employed as truck drivers. Industry officials estimate trucking companies have an immediate need for an additional 35,000 to 40,000 drivers, but aren’t able to recruit enough people to fill those openings. Furthermore, impending federal and state regulatory and safety changes mean that today’s drivers will log fewer hours and miles, curtailing production and leaving fewer trailers to haul an increasing amount of freight.

Recent industry studies have backed the predictions of a coming capacity shortage. GE Capital’s “Trucking Industry Economic Outlook Survey” revealed that national and local carriers are finding fewer idle trucks available for capacity, and as a result, “companies have gotten smarter about the contracts and the routes that they take, and how they match those with the businesses available.”

OMVS CEO Robert Wilson stated, “With a looming capacity crunch, it’ll be increasingly important for truckers to be able to partner together to meet growing customer demands. Our upcoming shared economy platform will enable trucking companies of all sizes to better network with each other and locate local drivers who can help solve their capacity shortage. From operations to pricing to optimization, OMVS and our innovative app can benefit haulers in the coming business climate.”

Development continues for the online, on-demand platform. Shared economy services, such as OMVS’s “Uber-for-Trucking” app, are estimated to be a $450 billion market.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS): Shared Economy Courier Model will Fulfill Unmet Consumer Demand

September 15, 2015

On the Move Systems this morning noted that many retailers fail to aptly cater to consumers’ preference for a variety of shopping choices. The company’s solution to this gap is its shared economy courier service that can help retailers and other outlets improve their e-commerce order fulfillment.

U.S. retail e-commerce sales totaled $225.5 billion in 2012 and are projected to grow to $434.2 billion by 2017. In the second quarter of 2015 alone, e-commerce sales reached $83.9 billion, up 4.2 percent from the first quarter of the year. Analysts now say more than 50 percent of all retail transactions are in some way affected by the Internet. The global courier, express and parcel delivery market is also hearty, expected to grow at a 3.42 percent compound annual growth rate through 2019.

On the Move Systems plans to take advantage of this growth with a strategic blend of both markets.

“Multi-channel sourcing is a big issue in the retail world right now,” OMVS CEO Robert Wilson stated in the news release. “This is especially true with e-commerce. Customers want choices, not only in where and how they shop, but in how and when they get their orders. The shared economy courier service we’re developing can provide a unique, timely and cost-effective solution, both for retail shippers wanting to manage their e-commerce supply chain, and for their end customers. Our flexible model should make us quite competitive versus other delivery services and help us build a strong book of business.”

On the Move Systems is focused on developing new technologies ranging across a broad spectrum of industries. The company is currently exploring new online tools to reduce costs and increase convenience in the tourism and travel industry and exploring new opportunities in trucking.

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On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS) Seeking Retail Partnerships to Maximize Proposed Shared Economy Courier Service

September 8, 2015

On the Move Systems, a company pursuing new online tools to reduce costs and increase convenience in the tourism and travel industry, as well as new opportunities in trucking, this morning said it is exploring the possibility of developing partnerships with small and mid-market online retailers for exclusive use of its proposed on-demand courier service.

Similar to a recently signed deal between Hilton Hotels and Uber, under which hotel guests will use Hilton’s HHonors mobile app to request Uber rides, OMVS is considering offering a joint shared economy partnership with small and mid-market online retailers. This partnership model will enable retailers to utilize OMVS’s courier system as a faster and more cost-effective delivery option than national shipping companies such as FedEx (NYSE: FDX), UPS (NYSE: UPS) and DHL.

“Hilton’s deal with Uber shows the shared economy business model has been truly accepted and embraced by America’s top corporations,” OMVS CEO Robert Wilson stated in the news release. “This will open the door for other on-demand services, such as our courier business, to approach established companies and have credibility in the marketplace. We’re proposing small and mid-market online retailers partner with us as their courier service, giving them additional delivery channels to cut delivery times, satisfy customers and provide cost-effective last-mile solutions.”

OMVS’s possible entrance into the small specialty stores and e-commerce retailer sector, a market estimated at $39 billion, would provide the company an opportunity to carve a solid niche in an arena dominated by giants such as Amazon (NASDAQ: AMN) and Wal-Mart (NYSE:WMT). Collectively, smaller industry players have grown combined annual web sales an impressive 14.4 percent, a rate only 1 percent below that of the biggest competitors in the market.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) Points Out Trends Driving the Need for Shared Economy Solutions

September 2, 2015

Globalization was the rage in the 1990s, with multinational free trade pacts leading to offshore manufacturing and the presumed death of American heavy industry. Twenty years later, the pendulum has swung the other way and returning manufacturers needing to move raw materials and finished goods are fueling demand for On the Move Systems’ (OMVS) upcoming Uber-for-Trucking shared economy platform.

Distance, speed and cost are among the factors feeding de-globalization and re-shoring. Moving manufacturing offshore has created lengthy supply chains that have proved difficult to manage and maintain. Second, extended globalization has made it harder for companies to react quickly to changing market conditions. Finally, labor and energy costs in China and other once-cheap markets have increased, making them less desirable. As a result, manufacturers are increasingly moving or considering moving operations back to the United States for greater cost and quality control.

“Bringing manufacturing back to the U.S. is not only good for America but for trucking as well,” said OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “As manufacturing returns, the demand for trucking services also rises, which means national trucking companies have a greater need to connect with local drivers, and vice-versa, to optimize routes and schedules. The growing re-shoring trend can therefore greatly strengthen our shared economy business plan as our upcoming on-demand platform will enable truckers to make the best possible use of resources.”

OMVS’s cutting-edge shared economy platform will enable truckers to not only build networks, but maximize equipment utilization, recruit drivers and effectively price their services. Shared economy services are estimated to be a $450 billion market.

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On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS) Aims to Help Retailers Solve “Last Mile” Problem

August 27, 2015

On the Move Systems today issued a press release to shine light on the problem of retailers investing millions of dollars in technology to ensure prompt order fulfillment only to see their efforts ruined by poor delivery service in the shipment’s “last mile,” leaving upset customers and destroying business relationships. On the Move Systems is focused on helping retailers fix that problem with its proposed shared economy courier service that promises not only fast, on-demand delivery, but professional, courteous service that will set it apart from traditional competition.

Amazon and Wal-Mart are two large retailers that realize the long-term value of providing fast, affordable last-mile solutions that satisfy customers’ expectations and add to the corporate bottom line. Each company is investing heavily to make sure their customers can not only get their online orders in the shortest possible time, but that those customers receive them in a way that leads to repeat business down the road.

“Wal-Mart and Amazon can afford to invest the millions to ensure last-mile satisfaction from the customer, but what about smaller retailers?” said OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “Our on-demand courier business can help smaller retailers match Amazon’s and Wal-Mart’s speed, efficiency and service, putting them on an even footing with the giants. We expect there to be great demand for this, especially as the holiday season approaches and shippers face increasing lag times.”

Estimates peg the value of large last mile shipments at $8 billion annually, with the value of smaller shipments much higher. Retail industry analysts predict that companies that can best leverage last-mile solutions will be able to drive top-line growth and reap profits.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) On Line App Leverages Uber Model to Penetrate Tourism and Trucking Sectors

August 26, 2015

On the Move Systems (OTC: OMVS) is engaged in exploring new online tools to reduce costs and boost convenience in the travel, tourism and trucking. The company recently released several news releases that reveal high market potential for its proposed online, on-demand courier service.

OMVS points out that the shared economy, much like the Uber business model, is beneficial for people seeking what’s referred to as, “steady, flexible employment or extra income” as a means to profit from the increasingly popular business model. Further, On the Move Systems’ management says it is considering workforce potential as it continues to pursue additional locations for courier service.

Company CEO Robert Wilson stated in a recent news release, “We are looking for a location that has an ample workforce, and one that is open to a flexible arrangement.” “An online, on-demand courier service is not a typical 9-5 job. It requires not only rapid mobility, but quick adaptability as well, as the business needs are constantly changing. Right now, urban areas with young populations, particularly college students or recent graduates, appear quite promising, as people in this group always need extra income, can be highly flexible in terms of time and are open to new ways of doing business.”

On the Move Systems references research studies that show the Millennial generation considers the shared economy to be “hip and cool” as it is collectively and quickly adapting to using shared economy services and becoming an active participant in the respective business models.

Company spokespeople state, “Younger consumers and workers embrace technology and are willing to share – key components for success in any shared economy venture.” Additionally, a recent survey has indicated three out of four Americans might utilize such a service within the next two years.

On The Move Systems provides transportation and trucking services in the United States. It focuses on the development of an online, app-based, nationwide trucking service. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Henderson, Nevada.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) Sees Opportunity to Fuel Additional Trucking Industry Growth

August 20, 2015

On the Move Systems’ (OMVS) upcoming “Uber-for-Trucking” on-demand platform is expected to do well, especially since the nation’s trucking industry is currently in the midst of an impressive growth spurt. The company’s platform will offer freight haulers a cutting-edge technology based solution to encourage continued growth.

The American Trucking Associations (ATA) recently published its U.S. Freight Transportation Forecast, which boldly predicted the industry will enjoy a robust 29 percent increase in freight volumes by 2026. “The outlook for all modes of freight transportation remains bright,” said ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello. “Continued population growth, expansion of the energy sector and foreign trade will boost trucking, intermodal rail and pipeline shipments.”

While the industry outlook appears stunningly bright, there is one potential dark cloud on the horizon: a continuing driver shortage. Reports estimate trucking companies currently face a shortage of 35,000 drivers.

“These two news items definitely indicate a real opportunity for a technology solutions company like ours,” stated OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “The predicted freight volume increase should drive demand for our shared economy platform, as firms will want to optimize these additional loads and routes. However, they’ll need drivers to haul these additional loads and our app can help there as well in connecting companies with local independent drivers wanting to contract with carriers. Our innovative platform looks like it will debut at a very opportune time.”

A recent industry outlook from Frost & Sullivan predicted trucking will soon see an Uber-style transformation, where shared economy platforms and apps, like the one now under development by OMVS, will play a major role in operations and revenue-generation.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) to Help Retailers Reduce Delivery Times to Nearly Zero

August 18, 2015

Today, On the Move Systems issued a press release to announce that it has a solution to help the nation’s retailers cut delivery times to almost zero with its proposed shared economy courier service.

Amazon has been experimenting with various technologies to slice its delivery times in order to better compete in an ever-crowded field. The company has even considered using drones to get its packages to waiting customers with lightning-fast speed.

One online shopping survey reported 42 percent of customers abandoned potential purchases and went to other retail sites to buy because of delivery time estimates. More than 40 percent of those surveyed said they expect options for two- to three-day delivery, and a third of respondents said they would pay a fee to ensure rapid delivery.

“Customers’ desire for ever-faster delivery has opened a potentially lucrative niche market for someone who can provide flexible, rapid courier services,” said OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “There are tens of thousands of retailers who ship products to customers and both they and their clients might appreciate a faster, cheaper alternative to FedEx and UPS. With an online, on-demand courier service, we can fill that niche for them and build consistent shareholder value for our investors as well.”

OMVS has been conducting due diligence and market research on starting a shared economy courier service in addition to its on-demand trucking platform, now under development. The company has found strong potential for such a service and is scouting possible startup locations.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) Sees Opportunity in Rising Air Freight Volumes

August 13, 2015

Our air freight industry has been taking off since the end of the 2009 recession. Shared economy courier services, such as the one proposed by On the Move Systems (OMVS), could see increased business also.

According to published trade articles, North American air freight tonnage has been flying high thanks to an improving economy, and rising imports and exports. As a result, courier and express service companies are taking on increased importance as importers and exporters seek to get their goods to the airport for shipment or from the airport to customers as quickly as possible in a highly competitive market.

“This is valuable ancillary market information that gives us clear direction on our proposed shared economy courier service,” said OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “There is a growing trend in the express service business on reducing delivery times to zero. So quickly getting export/import items to and from airports should be a great revenue-producing opportunity for our courier service. These clients value speed and a flexible, shared economy operation can provide that better than anyone.”

The global air freight market is expected to enjoy a soaring compound annual growth rate of 5.97 percent through 2019, one research group predicts. Courier and express companies servicing air freight carriers should also benefit from this growth.

OMVS has been conducting due diligence and market research on starting a shared economy courier service in addition to its on-demand trucking platform, now under development. The company has found strong potential for such a service and is scouting possible startup locations.

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On The Move Systems Corp. (OMVS): Survey Shows Shared Economy Platform Triggering Uber-style Trucking Platform

August 11, 2015

On the Move Systems this morning highlighted a new industry forecast that the trucking industry will soon experience an Uber-style transformation, where shared economy platforms and apps, like the one now under development by OMVS, will play an integral component of operations and revenue-generation.

The Frost & Sullivan report predicts that by 2025 such platforms will generate $26.4 billion in freight movement revenues as trucking companies take advantage of online, on-demand offerings such as route optimization. This key advantage will enable companies to more effectively utilize equipment and human resources to ensure mileage driven produces revenue rather than hauling an empty trailer.

OMVS also points to a Forbes.com article co-written by Frost & Sullivan’s Wallace Lau, who writes that smartphone-enabled shared economy apps, “will also help the driver locate nearby freight and carry it to its destination if the truck is also headed there. At the heart of this change will be mobile devices like smartphones that will enable people to connect freight to trucks, with spare freight-carrying capacity on an on-demand, ad-hoc, networked manner.”

OMVS CEO Robert Wilson agrees, noting his growing confidence in the company’s impending platform.

“Mr. Lau is certainly speaking our language and his market research hits right on target, backing up what we’ve found and validating our business model. The shared economy is going to transform logistics, from scheduling and route optimization to the hiring of drivers. This survey shows why we’re confident of the revenue potential of our upcoming platform, now under development,” says Wilson.

OMVS recently signed a letter of intent for development for its online, on-demand trucking platform, patterned on Uber’s cutting-edge shared economy model.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) to Leverage Uber Model to Penetrate Tourism and Trucking Sectors

August 7, 2015

On the Move Systems is engaged in exploring new online tools to reduce costs and boost convenience in the travel, tourism and trucking. The company has recently released several news releases that reveal high market potential for its proposed online, on-demand courier service.

OMVS points out that the shared economy, much like the Uber business model, is beneficial for people seeking what’s referred to as, “steady, flexible employment or extra income” as a means to profit from the increasingly popular business model. Further, On the Move Systems management says it is considering workforce potential as it continues to pursue additional locations for courier service.

Company CEO Robert Wilson stated in a recent news release, “We are looking for a location that has an ample workforce, and one that is open to a flexible arrangement.” “An online, on-demand courier service is not a typical 9-5 job. It requires not only rapid mobility, but quick adaptability as well, as the business needs are constantly changing. Right now, urban areas with young populations, particularly college students or recent graduates, appear quite promising, as people in this group always need extra income, can be highly flexible in terms of time and are open to new ways of doing business.”

On the Move Systems references research studies that show the Millennial generation considers the shared economy to be “hip and cool” as it is collectively and quickly adapting to using shared economy services and becoming an active participant in the respective business models.

OMVS spokespeople state, “Younger consumers and workers embrace technology and are willing to share – key components for success in any shared economy venture.” Additionally, a recent survey has indicated three out of four Americans might utilize such a service within the next two years.

On The Move Systems Corp. provides transportation and trucking services in the United States. It focuses on the development of an online, app-based, nationwide trucking service. On The Move Systems Corp. was founded in 2010 and is based in Henderson, Nevada.

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On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS): Shared Economy Services Drive Job Creation, Growth

August 4, 2015

On the Move Systems, currently exploring new online tools to reduce costs and increase convenience in the tourism and travel industry and exploring new opportunities in trucking, in recent weeks has issued a number of news releases publicizing market potential for the company’s proposed online, on-demand courier service.

The company this morning pointed out that the shared economy, similar to the business model used at Uber, is beneficial for people looking for “steady, flexible employment or extra income” as a means to profit from the increasingly popular business model. As such, OMVS says it is considering workforce potential as it continues to scout possible locations for courier service.

“We are looking for a location that has an ample workforce, and one that is open to a flexible arrangement,” OMVS CEO Robert Wilson stated in the news release. “An online, on-demand courier service is not a typical 9-5 job. It requires not only rapid mobility, but quick adaptability as well, as the business needs are constantly changing. Right now, urban areas with young populations, particularly college students or recent graduates, appear quite promising, as people in this group always need extra income, can be highly flexible in terms of time and are open to new ways of doing business.”

OMVS also notes research showing that the Millennial generation considers the shared economy to be “hip and cool” – this generation is quickly adapting not only to using shared economy services, but increasingly becoming an active participant in them.

“Younger consumers and workers embrace technology and are willing to share – key components for success in any shared economy venture,” states the company.

A recent survey revealed nearly three out of four Americans might utilize such a service within the next two years.

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On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS) Uber-Like App-Driven On-Demand Freight Platform Set to Revolutionize $700 Billion Trucking Industry

July 31, 2015

The American economy is a vast, living organism comprised of a cellular structure of raw capitalistic forces pushing and pulling against one another, with vast quantities of goods and services changing hands on a daily basis. This juggernaut is quantifiable by metrics like the official U.S. GDP figure for last year of some $17.42 trillion dollars and its lifeblood cannot be circulated without the logistical capacity provided by often overlooked, yet inherently vital components such as the trucking industry, which moves nearly 70 percent of all freight tonnage in the country. By any measure, without the trucking industry, the engine of American prosperity would come to a grinding halt.

The 37,000 plus member-strong federation of trucking groups known as the ATA (American Trucking Associations), valued this sector in its annual report last year at over $700 billion in revenue. A huge sum of money that is underpinned by roughly three million heavy-duty Class 8 trucks, which consume in excess of 37 billion gallons of diesel in order to keep the roughly 9.96 billion tons of annual freight moving around the country.

The industry as a whole employed over seven million people as of 2013 alone, including more than 3.4 million drivers, with commercial trucks representing a $16.5 million plus in contributions to government coffers via federal highway user fees. The industry also continues to be plagued by a persistent driver shortage and faces numerous other challenges, such as CSA (Carrier Safety Administration) regulations, including driving limit HOS (Hours-of-Service) compliance and pending driver coercion regulations, which seek to address the problem of drivers being pressured by dispatchers (and others) to violate federal stipulations and meet increasingly unrealistic delivery deadlines.

This industry also remains highly fragmented, with 50 of the biggest players, like versatile provider of surface transportation, delivery and logistics services J B Hunt (NASDAQ: JBHT), or transportation, logistics and supply-chain management giant Con-way (NYSE: CNW), accounting for less than 30 percent of the overall market. This is the kind of fragmentation so brilliantly taken advantage of in other industries by companies like on-demand ride-sharing car service firm Uber, which was worth just $18 billion a year ago and is now posting valuations in the neighborhood of $50 billion. With some reports now suggesting that Uber’s innovative approach to app-driven, on-demand servicing could effectively drive more than $2 billion in revenue this year alone, similar innovations in the trucking industry should be of considerable interest to savvy investors.

It is into this highly fragmented environment that trucking industry innovator On the Move Systems (OTC: OMVS) has stepped, with its ground-breaking ISTx Platform technology designed to synchronize supply chain dynamics within the freight industry, employing similar shared economy business modeling concepts that have so successfully been exploited by companies like Uber, or social network-driven lodging rental site developer Airbnb. By creating the software and instrumentation architecture required to transform the freight industry, OMVS is within striking distance of fully bringing forward a solution that unites business applications with logistics inventory and the end-customers, allowing for on-demand local freight carrier service to be obtained readily.

This concept of on-demand freight has immense potential for growing the overall industry. By making a wider variety of interstate shipping methods accessible to more players within the sector, while also improving overall cost efficiencies through synchronized supply chain realizations and the lowering of delivery times, the on-demand freight model being created by OMVS could forever change the face of the trucking industry. Indeed, the emergence of such innovation could have truly transformative implications, with route optimization created by a subsequently interwoven national and local carrier web leading to efficiencies never before thought possible. The company’s roll out of a shared economy app to power this on-demand freight vision was recently bolstered by the announcement that the company has tapped a prominent Houston-area software design firm to assist in executing the final phases.

On the Move Systems has clearly defined an implementation vector here for doing to interstate shipping what Uber has done for hailing a cab, but within in an industry that is several times larger and of inestimably greater vital significance to the underlying economy. The global potential of the OMVS model is telegraphed by the proliferation of Uber-type service models in other countries around the world and the extensibility of the toolkit OMVS is putting together to tap this global potential is something that has been creating considerable buzz in the investment community of late. The company’s ability to connect users to a premier group of international providers that can deliver the widest possible array of cargo availability and shipping options, as well as access to route information, is a unique advantage that will allow users to make highly effective decisions within minutes, and all without the kind of routine guess work that currently hampers nearly every operator in the industry.

The latest announcement of having tapped a crucial build developer for the app marks a major milestone for On the Move Systems and represents the culmination of extensive interface research and engineering efforts over the last several months. OMVS has already attracted a great deal of interest from local and national trucking firms looking to get in on the ground floor with the company’s Uber-style freight portal and the long-term revenue potential of the platform for OMVS, driven by a shared economy model and enhanced profit margins for everyone involved, continues to sustain shareholder confidence.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) Focusing on Mid-Market Shippers for Upcoming On-Demand Trucking Market

July 30, 2015

As On the Move Systems continues development of its “Uber for Trucking” portal, the company is narrowing down its target market by focusing on mid-market haulers as the best potential users of the revolutionary shared economy online app.

Noting that firms in this range often lack sophisticated transport management systems (TMS) to efficiently administer complicated freight networks, OMVS points to a recent survey by Logistics Management, which revealed that only 35 percent of shippers are using TMS in their daily businesses. The same report shows that usage figure drops even lower when categorized by company size, with mid-size and small-size shippers having the lowest TMS adoption rates.

“This survey shows there is great market potential for a portal like ours that will help truckers better manage their operations,” OMVS CEO Robert Wilson stated in the news release. “And it also indicates potential new markets for our shared economy platform we can expand into down the line. We’ve been focused entirely on trucking thus far. However, there’s no reason why our portal can’t be just as effective for other logistical companies that move freight.”

An efficient TMS helps logistics firms to more effectively manage scheduling, routing, carrier selection, and load forwarding, enabling companies to make better use of their assets and labor and giving them an advantage over firms that don’t have such a system. As a result, many leading trucking companies are willing to spend large sums on technology to maximize equipment utilization and more effectively price their services.

OMVS says its new portal can improve efficiency and cost-control by bringing together independent freight haulers and trucking companies into a user-friendly, shared-economy platform.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) Sees Strong Market Potential for Proposed Shared Economy Courier Service

July 28, 2015

On the Move Systems reports that after conducting its own market research, it finds that a shared economy courier service offers clear and distinct advantages over companies built on more traditional business models. The company says these findings empower its proposed service, for which the company is now actively scouting possible locations.

“We’ve found several compelling stats that lead us to believe a shared economy courier service would prosper in the right situation,” OMVS CEO Robert Wilson stated in the news release. “For example, such a service would have a tremendous competitive advantage thanks to lower capital and labor costs compared to someone like FedEx or a local ‘hot-shot’ company. We’d have a flexible workforce driving their own vehicles, eliminating the need for any brick and mortar facilities and dramatically cutting overhead.”

Taking advantage of lower overhead, OMVS says it could offer competitive rates, and with a flexible workforce available at a moment’s notice, the new shared economy courier service could also provide faster deliveries than traditional companies. With an online, on-demand service, OMVS would avoid the need to open and operate costly call centers or drop-off locations, as well as the hiring of ground and administrative staff, or loading crews. This would free OMVS from incurring debt, which is an issue for many traditional courier companies.

In recent years, courier service revenues have been steadily climbing, up nearly 15 percent to nearly $95 billion in 2014 from $80 billion in 2009. A survey of courier companies reported most enjoyed double-digit revenue growth in 2014 with expectations for similar results this year. Market analysts peg the courier industry as a $216 billion market overall.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) Exploring Potential Locations to Launch Shared Economy Courier Service

July 23, 2015

On the Move Systems says it is actively seeking potential locations to launch its proposed online, on-demand courier service, marking the next step in the company’s ongoing efforts to “revolutionize” the logistics industry utilizing the increasingly popular shared economy business model.

The company recently signed a milestone letter of intent for the design of its innovative “Uber for Trucking” platform. Now the company is focusing on the express courier business –which industry watchers peg at an $86 billion industry – a market that offers a range of revenue possibilities for firms wanting to ride the shared economy wave sweeping America.

“The shared economy model has greatly altered the way companies and individuals do business today,” OMVS CEO Robert Wilson stated in the news release. “It’s also become increasingly mainstream and accepted. Companies and consumers are no longer hesitant to work with shared economy firms. Instead, they now seek them out as they understand the shared economy business model is more efficient and cost-effective than traditional models.”

OMVS says it will initially concentrate on east and West Coast urban centers, and in Texas, as major cities have been the most eager to embrace shared economy services, such as Uber, Lyft and Airbnb. Urban areas also offer larger pools to draw potential courier drivers seeking income in a flexible workforce arrangement.

Amid rising popularity of the design, analysts estimate the total market for shared economy services at $450 billion. OMVS notes that PriceWaterhouseCoopers surveys indicate nearly half of all Americans are aware of shared economy services and 72 percent see themselves patronizing such a business sometime in the next two years.

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