ScoopMonkey announces integration partnership with Aljex Software

ScoopMonkey announces integration partnership with Aljex Software to give carriers, brokers, and shippers an easier-to-access inside scoop

ScoopMonkey, the leading online reputation management source for the transportation industry, is proud to announce its new integration and partnership with Aljex Software, a leader in innovative software and business systems for the transportation industry.

ScoopMonkey is an online, centralized hub where trucking industry professionals share and review their professional experiences and interactions – good, bad, or ugly – with an open community of other carriers, shippers, and brokers.

Because ScoopMonkey is fully loaded with real peer reviews from real freight professionals, this integration means Aljex’s customer base of third-party logistics firms and carriers will be able to make better choices about who they work with in the industry, without ever leaving their Aljex interface.

“Seamless integrations, like our partnership with Aljex Software, will absolutely help make life easier and more successful for trucking professionals,” said Eddie Peloke, CEO of ScoopMonkey. “Helping folks know where they stand in the industry is our business, and with a partner like Aljex, we know the future will be very clear for our members and theirs.”

About ScoopMonkey

Based in Midlothian, Va., ScoopMonkey is an online resource strictly for the transportation industry where shippers, brokers, and carriers can learn about and manage their own reputations in the freight industry, as well as comment on and rate the reputations of industry peers. For more information, visit


About Aljex Software

Based in Middlesex, N.J., Aljex Software provides innovative cloud-based software and business systems for third-party logistics firms and carriers. Clients include freight brokers, rail intermodal, airfreight forwarders, container draymen, and logistics companies. Aljex has been perfecting smart, intuitive management solutions since 1996. For more information, visit