Kewill, a Francisco Partners portfolio company, is a global leader in multimodal transportation management software, providing organizations with a comprehensive end-to-end platform for managing the complexities of transportation, logistics and trade compliance. The Kewill MOVE™ platform helps companies reduce costs, manage volatility and gain greater visibility across the logistics value chain. Trade, transport, store, comply, manage and integrate – the Kewill transportation management platform gives you the insight, agility and tools you need to deliver better customer service and streamline global supply chain execution for strategic advantage.
With capacity crunches, driver shortages, and other challenges making an impact on shipper operations, the ones with the best-connected, automated carrier networks are winning the transportation management game.
Kewill in the News
Samsung has created one of the biggest global recalls in the world with 35 cases of exploded phones or phones catching fire thus far.
(October 10, 2016)
Hanjin’s collapse could not have happened at a worse time, with cargo volume at near-peak levels ahead of the year-end holiday season.
(September 29, 2016)
Today’s customer expects quick, personalized service. For an industry like the supply chain, this means new technologies and solutions need to be adopted to stay both relevant and competitive.
(September 26, 2016)
Running a TMS has become competitive differentiator across virtually every industry, both for the way it can streamline transport operations and for the crucial data analytics and intel it can provide a business.
(July 06, 2016)
Explore the value of building a TMS on carrier connectivity, explain the difference between doing this yourself versus working with a vendor that has baked this connectivity into its solution, and show…
(November 16, 2015)
With adoption levels still low, three top industry analysts outline their reasons why every shipper should be integrating a tms, transportation management system, into their overall supply chain management efforts.
(November 05, 2015)
Global logistics managers have always been under pressure to find the right balance of specialized intermediaries matched with the markets they want to serve, and that challenge is becoming increasingly complex as mega-brokerage enterprises capture more share.
(November 05, 2015)
The freight forwarding market is going through a structural change with logistics stakeholders needing far more visibility into their supply chain in 2016.
(October 23, 2015)
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