Thought LeadersTom Heine
EDI can reduce labor costs, cut data-entry error, and ties you to your customers and vendors, cementing your place in the supply chain.
Thought LeadersJ. Kenneth Hazen
The complexities of global trade management, sustainability and business intelligence technology call for the help of a third-party logistics provider.
Thought LeadersGeorge Kontoravdis, PhD
Today’s new cloud-based transportation management systems empower companies to connect in real-time with their global supply chain partners, helping supply chain managers streamline their processes and save significant time, costs, and resources.
Thought LeadersShawn McCarrick
Move out of your comfort zone and into a multi-functional, cost-saving, online transportation management system.
Thought LeadersTom Zinner
To be operationally flexible, freight forwarders need one “go-to" resource for information about what is in the shipment pipeline as well as quick access to customer and shipment data.
Thought LeadersChris Timmer
Software-as-a-Service (Saas) transportation management systems encourage collaboration so that all supply chain partners view the same permission-based data to identify mutually beneficial solutions and improvements.
Thought LeadersJesus David Rodriguez
As volumes increase and deadlines get shorter, it’s imperative that logistics software systems have out-of-the-box communication with other companies using the same system, and easy setup of communications with companies using other systems.
Thought LeadersJim Preuninger
With the advent of cloud computing, companies can collaborate with trading partners around the globe with minimal startup costs and headaches, using a pay-as-you-go model.
Thought LeadersTim Wills
Integrating voice-enabled logistics with hosted ERP solutions and warehouse management systems can improve productivity and accuracy.
Thought LeadersTom Madzy
The complexities of global trade management call for the help of a third-party logistics provider.