Logistics.com announced Tuesday that it has received $10 million in a third round of funding from previous investor Internet Capital Group. Burlington, Mass.-based Logistics raised a total of $64 million, with the latest round a decline in valuation, said Chief Executive John Lanigan. The company's software is designed to enable shippers and carriers to handle transportation-related tasks online. Logistics' OptiManage software, for example, enables companies to track orders, communicate with shippers and match payments with services. Its OptiYield software enables trucking companies to match the most appropriate trucks with shipments and best places to fuel the vehicles.