Press release

PorterLogic Featured in Plug and Play’s Savannah Launch Event

July 6, 2022 5:09 PM

ATLANTA, Ga. (July 7, 2022) — PorterLogic was thrilled to be featured in the first event of Plug and Play’s new partnership with Savannah Economic Development Authority (SEDA) and the Port of Savannah. PorterLogic was one of 18 startups that presented their innovative products and services to industry partners and leaders. 

Plug and Play invited these supply chain startups to meet with industry-leading companies and partners during the Savannah Launch Event on June 27 and 28. PorterLogic’s Founder and CEO Jonathan Porter and VP of Customer Success Alex Huggs represented the startup at the event. 

“As one of the few startups not only focused on the transportation and logistics industry, we were excited to share our solution that serves the entire supply chain,” said Porter. “Our innovative software helps high-growth companies streamline their supply chain operations and reduce costs. Helping launch Plug and Play’s partnership with SEDA and the Port of Savannah is an indicator of how PorterLogic’s forward-thinking product can help solve problems.”

Plug and Play, the Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm and corporate innovation platform, announced a partnership with the SEDA to build an ecosystem of corporations, startups and universities that collaborate to solve the most significant challenges of the maritime, trucking, rail and air cargo industries. 

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About PorterLogic

PorterLogic helps companies streamline operations and reduce costs by aligning existing software systems directly with real-world operational requirements. A leading supply chain software solution provider based in Atlanta, Ga., PorterLogic creates the exact system functionality you need without changing your operational processes or the headaches that traditional custom software brings. For more information, visit

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