Understanding the ROI of Your Cloud-Based TMS Understanding the ROI of Your Cloud-Based TMS - Nov 30 2018

While we don’t often think of it, the supply chain consists of more than just logistics activities, such as transportation, distribution, or warehousing. Marketing, finance, manufacturing, customers, and countless other internal and external factors each create a unique supply chain link. Often, these links operate in their own silos with very little input from the others. But that’s all going to change.

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5 Ways to Optimize Your Supply Chain 5 Ways to Optimize Your Supply Chain - Oct 19 2018

At a time when trucking capacity is scarce, unpredictable new tariffs are affecting imports, and many suppliers are pushed to capacity, shippers must take advantage of every conceivable way to optimize their supply chains. Through a focus on optimization, supply chain stakeholders can take steps to mitigate volatility and the ever-increasing costs associated with their shipments.

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8 Reasons to Use a Cloud-Based TMS 8 Reasons to Use a Cloud-Based TMS - Aug 23 2018

Transportation management systems (TMS) were once a luxury technology solution reserved for Tier 1 ($100 million +) shippers and large third-party logistics (3PL) providers and transportation brokers. Hosting a TMS on-site or renting space at a server farm also meant making significant long-term commitments and investments in development and infrastructure.

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All TMS are Not Created Equal: Four Tips for TMS Buyers All TMS are Not Created Equal: Four Tips for TMS Buyers - Jul 02 2018

Transportation Management Software (TMS) was once considered a solution for gigantic retailers or large CPG brands, but that’s no longer the case. Shippers and intermediaries of all sizes can benefit greatly from the increased functionality and simplified processes offered by a TMS.

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We Must Find a Way to Pay for Transportation Infrastructure We Must Find a Way to Pay for Transportation Infrastructure - May 17 2018

U.S. transportation infrastructure is in bad shape, and logistics professionals are left wondering how much longer it can support the needs of the American supply chain. Government officials have spent years kicking the can down the road, but now the road is crumbling away.

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