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[Funding alert] NYC-based Trackstar Secures $2.6M in Seed Funding

NYC-based Trackstar Secures $2.6M in Seed Funding. TMV took the lead in the round. With the funding, the company hopes to quicken its goal of integrating with warehouse management systems around the world, improving data accessibility and supply chain efficiency for companies of all kinds.
Daniel Langer – Co-Founder at Trackstar (left) , Jeremy Schneck – Co-founder at Trackstar (right)

NYC-based Trackstar Secures $2.6M in Seed Funding. TMV took the lead in the round. With the funding, the company hopes to quicken its goal of integrating with warehouse management systems around the world, improving data accessibility and supply chain efficiency for companies of all kinds.

Trackstar, a warehouse management system (“WMS”) API provider, was co-founded by Daniel Langer and Jeremy Schneck. The company builds and maintains interfaces between WMS, standardising the data into a single API. Businesses use its API to connect once, cut down on development time, automate tedious tasks, introduce new features, and quickly onboard users.

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Customers include supply chain visibility tools, trucking firms, inventory planning software, warehouse optimisation software, fulfilment companies, and more.
It is a startup funded by Y Combinator.

About Trackstar

The Plaid for supply chain logistics is Trackstar (YC W23). Their universal API offers businesses a simple to use, well-documented method of integrating with hundreds of warehouse management systems in just a couple of minutes rather than months.

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