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Improving Everyday Life With Transportation Technology - DirectX

WHO WE ARE

Meet the Founders

CEO

ENRIQUE ROBINSON

THE MAINFRAME OF DIRECTX

CFO

PAUL MEARS

THE MONEY GUY

vCTO

WARREN LEVINE

OUR TECH DESIGNER

At the core of DirectX's vision and strategic direction are our founders—Enrique Robinson, Paul Mears, and Warren Levine. Each founder brings a unique set of skills and experiences that collectively shape our innovative approach to the logistics and transportation industry.

OUR STORY

About DirectX

Our Story

At DirectX, we're not just a company; we're a community. Founded by Enrique J. Robinson, a visionary leader with a distinguished track record in tech innovation and business growth, DirectX has grown from a personal consultancy into a full-fledged business revolutionizing the logistics industry. Enrique's journey through esteemed positions at companies like Modex and HYPRR and accolades such as being featured in the Financial Times and Forbes Best of Africa 2018, has culminated in the creation of DirectX. Launched in late 2023, DirectX embodies his lifelong vision to transform logistics for businesses of all sizes.
 

Our Mission

DirectX is built on a foundation of innovation, community, and accessibility. Our mission is to streamline logistics operations, making them more accessible and efficient for everyone involved, from small startups to established enterprises. We are committed to removing barriers to success, offering scalable solutions that empower businesses to grow and thrive in an ever-evolving industry.

Operational Excellence

What We Offer

DirectX Workspaces is our flagship Transportation Management System (TMS), designed to simplify and enhance the logistics process. This platform is more than just software—it's the heart of a vibrant ecosystem where real-time tracking, seamless invoicing, equipment management, and round-the-clock support come standard. It's designed to bring out the best in your operations, helping you manage every aspect of your logistics needs efficiently.

Why Choose DirectX?

  • Innovative Solutions: Our platform is constantly evolving to meet the dynamic needs of the logistics industry, ensuring you always stay ahead of the curve.

  • Community-Centric Approach: Join a growing network of logistics professionals who are as committed to your success as they are to their own.

  • Unmatched Support: We provide comprehensive support and resources 24/7 to ensure you can maximize your operational efficiency without interruption.

Join Our Movement

Becoming a part of DirectX means joining a legacy of innovation and success in the logistics industry. Whether you manage a fleet, broker freight, or dispatch loads, DirectX offers the tools and community you need to succeed. Discover how our cutting-edge solutions can revolutionize your logistics operations and help you drive the future of transportation.

How We Help

  • Growth and Revenue Opportunities: Our clients experience significant growth, often seeing revenue increases of up to 5000% within the first three weeks of integration. Our profit-sharing model ensures that our success is your success.

  • Operational Assistance: We provide extensive support in managing the complexities of logistics operations, from settlements and billing to safety and compliance.

  • Startup and Expansion Support: DirectX helps new businesses get off the ground and existing businesses expand their capabilities. Our comprehensive startup program includes everything from FMCSA registration to marketing and web development.

  • Exclusive Partnerships: Through our HomeBox agency program, we offer unique partnership opportunities that provide substantial support and growth potential, making your business a central part of our expanding network.

PRESS

DirectX in the News

As a leader in the logistics and transportation sector, DirectX consistently makes headlines for its innovative solutions, significant industry impact, and community engagement. Here's a look at some recent highlights featuring DirectX in the news:

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